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  1. 1812 Overture, Here is a link that may be of some help: https://www.omsa.org/red-cross-decoration-part-iv/
  2. Pralea, This website may have some information for you: https://www.omsa.org/merit-cross-part-x-the-ribbon-attachments-miniatures-and-documents/
  3. Laurentius, Swords on top of the cross were peacetime awards, swords through the cross were wartime awards. Regards, Graham
  4. Laurentius, Some info on this website: http://www.omsa.org/files/jomsa_arch/Splits/1999/151153_JOMSA_Vol50_1_19.pdf
  5. Maybe a Herzogtum Nassau: Silver Military Merit Medal:
  6. Thanks Ian. I think the first medal on the left would be an Order of the Sacred Treasure(not sure which of the eight classes it is) and the second is the 1894-95 Sino-Japanese war medal.
  7. Peter, The last medal on the right looks like an Austrian Merit Cross with crown, although the ribbon is interesting.
  8. CRBeery, Thanks. Wow a significant difference. Could be a great find!!!! I know in the websites below they only have the first design shown. https://www.ehrenzeichen-orden.de/deutsche-staaten/tapferkeitsmedaille-1915.html https://web.archive.org/web/20080218080348/http://home.att.net/~david.danner/militaria/altenburg.htm
  9. I agree with Demir about the neck order. The 'Breast Star' looks like : The Order of Osmanieh, Grand Cross Star without swords
  10. Picked this one up recently. The Silver Medal of Honor with war decoration for ladies:
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