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  1. Hi guys! Not my field of collecting. I don´t know if this poor one is a real cap badge or a crap badge? Cany anyone shed some light on this issue? My research indicated that it might be a cap badge, or at least want to resemble one 😃
  2. Thanks for the help guys! 😃 highly appriciated
  3. Hi Guys! I don´t know anyhting about imperial russian order, medals or badges. I would like to ask you guys some things. Is this an original cross? What time period is it from, pre or post 1900? Can you somehow find out who the recpient was with help of the number? 86327
  4. Hi guys! Does anyone collect clasps to the Colonial medal? I got hold of a nice lot from different time periods. Which one would be rarest? I was told it was "Iles Marquises".
  5. I am pretty sure that Souval is the answer. Got this one when I bought and old collection with Souval awards and Third Reich Stuff, the man bought stuff in germany in 1952. Mine is marked 800.
  6. Hi guys! Got this medal, don´t know if this is Army Catering Corps or something else. The reverse is named and dated 1934. Can anyone tell me more about it? Any possibility to find out more about the recipient?
  7. Hello guys! I am new to this forum, does anyone know where I can find info regarding the names on British War Medal? The rim is marked "100060 SPR..F.R.HILL. R.E." Does RE stand for Royal Engineers? And then I have a Pacific Star marked "VX 144929 A.R. JONES." Supposedly from Australia or New Zealand? Any input appriciated =)
  8. Hi guys! I am new to this forum, I don´t know if this is the right place to post this type of medal, please move it if not in the right section. Can anyone tell me more about this medal and its recipient PR21212 Acting Sergeant A.G. Murray. Rhodesian GSM.
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