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  1. Time Left: 6 days and 19 hours

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    Hello, Today I offer the following documents. Please find some details below. My idea are EUR 150 plus postage and packaging. Bank transfer prefered. A swap for British Victorian medals, British WW1 medals (grouping to regiments) or WW2 German citation groupings is also possible. Thanks! Best regards Hoh1851 KC-Winners: 1. Karl Adolf Hollidt (1891-1985) KC on 8th December 1941 as Generalleutnant and commander of the 50. Infantry Division 239th Oakleaves on 17th May 1943 as General der Infanterie and commander-in-Chief 6th Army 2. Paul Weiß (1913-1945) KC on 16th September 1943 as Obergefreiter 6th/ Infantry-Regiment 481 Feldpost envelope with letter inside 3. Dr. Hermann Kremer (1914-1988) GCiG on 8th October 1943 KC on 23rd March 1945 as Major of the Reserve and commander of II./ Artillery-Regiment 129 (Battle of East Prussia) Feldpost envelope with letter inside 4. Ernst Stäudle (1913-1946) KC on 10th April 1942 as SS Oberscharführer of the Reserve in the SS Artillery Regiment Totenkopf (Demjansk) Feldpost envelope with letter inside 5. Wilhelm Hümmerich (1917-2008) KC on 18th October 1941 as Leutnant of the Reserve in the 14th/ Infantry-Regiment 80 Feldpost letter German Cross Winners: 1. Otto Roettig (1887-1966) - prewar GCiG on 28th February 1942 as Generalleutnant and commander oft he 198th Infantry Division - signature from 1938 2. Karl-Julius Brattig (1892-1944) GCiG on 21th February 1942 as Lieutnant-Colonel and commander of the II./ Artillery Regiment 29 (Demjank pocket) KIA in the Tscherkassy pocket as a Colonel and commander of the Artillery Regiment 172 3. Hermann Janowski (1884-1948) GCiS on 15th January 1944 as Generalmajor z.V. and Höherer Pionier Führer 30 4. Bruno Ortner (1889-1971) GCiG on 20th January 1945 as Generalmajor and commander of the 281. Infantry Division 5. Max Kainrath GCiG on 20th January 1945 as Major and commander of the II./ Panzer-Artillery-Regiment 78 envelope only

    £150.00

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    Hello, I am looking for the following British medals: - British WW1 trios to Regiments (14-15 star, BWM, VM) - British WW1 groupings with mercantile marine medal I could offer the following wartime signatures in a swap. If you are interested in any of the documents please feel free to drop me a message. More pictures of the documents are possible of course. Thanks! Best regards Hoh1851 KC-Winners: 1. Karl Adolf Hollidt (1891-1985) KC on 8th December 1941 as Generalleutnant and commander of the 50. Infantry Division 239. Oakleaves on 17th May 1943 as General der Infanterie and commander-in-Chief 6th Army 2. Paul Weiß (1913-1945) KC on 16th September 1943 as Obergefreiter 6th/ Infantry-Regiment 481 Feldpost envelope with letter inside 3. Dr. Hermann Kremer (1914-1988) GCiG on 8th October 1943 KC on 23rd March 1945 as Major of the Reserve and commander of II./ Artillery-Regiment 129 (Battle of East Prussia) Feldpost envelope with letter inside 4. Ernst Stäudle (1913-1946) KC on 10th April 1942 as SS Oberscharführer of the Reserve in the SS Artillery Regiment Totenkopf (Demjansk) Feldpost envelope with letter inside 5. Wilhelm Hümmerich (1917-2008) KC on 18th October 1941 as Leutnant of the Reserve in the 14th/ Infantry-Regiment 80 Feldpost letter German Cross Winners: 1. Otto Roettig (1887-1966) - prewar GCiG on 28th February 1942 as Generalleutnant and commander oft he 198th Infantry Division - signature from 1938 2. Karl-Julius Brattig (1892-1944) GCiG on 21th February 1942 as Lieutnant-Colonel and commander of the II./ Artillery Regiment 29 (Demjank pocket) KIA in the Tscherkassy pocket as a Colonel and commander of the Artillery Regiment 172 3. Hermann Janowski (1884-1948) GCiG on 15th January 1944 as Generalmajor z.V. and Höherer Pionier Führer 30 4. Bruno Ortner (1889-1971) GCiG on 20th January 1945 as Generalmajor and commander of the 281. Infantry Division 5. Max Kainrath GCiG on 20th January 1945 as Major and commander of the II./ Panzer-Artillery-Regiment 78 envelope only

    £200.00

  3. Hi Laurentius, in my opinion there are no doubts with this bar. In the grouping was another one without the KVK ribbon. Best regards hoh1851
  4. I was wondering whether this ribbon bar could belong to Ogilvie. When I bought this bar the seller also had a 3 place large medal bar from the former bearer (IC2 1914, Schwarzburg Medal Silver, Wehrmacht Long Service for 4 years) as well as a single Hohenzollern Hausorden. What are your thougths? Thanks hoh1851
  5. Hello, I am looking for information on Karl Ogilvie who was an officer in the Infantry Regiment Nr. 71. He received the Hohenzollern Houseorder as a Leutnant. Later on he served in the Wehrmacht as Colonel with the forein armies Department in OKH. Especially a photo of him would be needed. Thanks for any help in advance. Best regards hoh1851
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