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  1. hello, Here is, in the orange circle. J think that'a a realy Arthus Bertrand made. But that's better with your reading. regard pat66
  2. Bonjour de France, pour la période, c'est le modèle de la 3° république, à partir de 1870, en 1951 le modèle est modifié et existe encore un peu plus tard avec le stock. le ruban a toujours été rouge pour la légion d'honneur. sur la queue a 6h, il s'agit probablement d'une tête de sanglier. le poinçon du fabricant doit se trouver a environ 9h sur l'anneau "AB & Cie" avec le dessin : une roue surmontée d'une étoile. cordialement, Pat
  3. hello from france, j'm ok with 922F, the gold model are more finely made and have a gold spécifics hallmarks have a good day, Patrick.
  4. hello, many thank's for your message. j hope a lot of participation in this topic. the best for all.
  5. hello from france, please what can we know about this model. many thank's in advance.
  6. hello from France, 10 - the french clasp is not official on this médal 11- j think tha's a modern (and bad) issue, a knight of the merite order of the Malaguasy republic. 12 - that's a knight of the order of the star of the great comore island 13 - that's a sport medal of deutchland. sorry for my poor englich please regards, pat66
  7. hello from France, That's an original issue made by MARIE STUART house in Paris and named "modèle René", but that's no the model given by the "town of Verdun" and j think it was subsequently made than the "modèle VERNIER". Copie exist, but made with a verry bad quality in the design. regards, Patrick
  8. hello re again, other two issues, MARIE STUART at left and BACQUEVILLE (the avers is lightly bulbing) at right. that's all for this day. pat.
  9. hello dave, here is two issues of the DELANDE maker, with metal on the top at left and no mark at right the chobillon issue was nearly but with hallmark AXC on the top (sorry j dont'have in my collect) sea you soon, pat66 hello again, here is two issues of the Paris mint, an ancient made (matt) at left and a modern made (chrome ? bright) at right. just one time again. pat
  10. hello all, there's no doubt, that's the 1914-1915 war cross, the war cross was given immédiately (as possible) after the obtaining and near (as possible) the war place. j hope my english writing is correct. pat66
  11. hello, j think's that's the same medal maker of the modèle with the word "metal" on the top : DELANDE. other modèles exist : A MARIE STUART / CHOBILLON / BACQUEVILLE. for Paris mint exist : matt and bright. j trie to make photograph an other time. have a good sunday. pat66
  12. hello, TALABOT was (is?) known like french tool maker, especially (hammer, machete, knife for spécific works and others. The running zebra stamped was something like insigna because TALABOT export many many products in french black Africa. that's what j think and can write with my poor english. best regards, pat66
  13. hello, j agree, "médaille commémorative du Maroc" the crescent at the top of the médal is charactéristic. at right (médaille commémorative de la campagne d'orient giving for the first world war. best regards.
  14. hello, one was a non official medal, j think it's an insigna of a mutual société of ancients zouaves. that's a nice photograph, all the best, Patrick.
  15. hello from France. j'have never seen this beautiful patch on regular uniform, because it's not an official patch to be worn. a possibility is on sport wear. the first j have in my ex collect, it was in 1882. j sea in french forum if it's more informations. all the best. Patrick. scuse my English too
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