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Igor Ostapenko

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  1. On 08/09/2019 at 15:19, new world said:

    I recently saw this Serbian medal bar with strange St Alexander with swords. St Alexander is in wrong position, it looks like it's on the ribbon for Romanian order.

    In addition, awards itself is quite unusual.

    My guess is this is privately made order. 

     

     

     

     

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    You are right - bulgarian order not from this medals bar ( like order on romanian bar ) 

     

    Now this cross in my collection , very rare russian production of Ivan Osipov 

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    Left - Wondra production ( from Darmstadt ) with early upgrade of Rothe - swords and medallion on reverse 

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  2. On 01/06/2021 at 14:57, graham said:

    I have this Romanian Order of Michael the Brave 3rd Class I purchased a few years ago. Would be great to get some opinions on it. Thanks.

     

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    Do you see some hallmark on the loop of order ? 
    It’s can to be french production. 
    Not romanian 

  3. On 12/06/2007 at 14:12, Elmar Lang said:

    Hello,.

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    I know that all the original crosses have to be in gold, also the pieces awarded late in the 1st World War. The Ordenskanzlei ordered new crosses to Rothe & Neffe and ordered in the same time to let older pieces from the Order's treasure to be repaired and/or adapted.

     

    Not all the silver-gilt and bronze-gilt crosses are to be considered as fakes, because Rothe and Mayer (and possibly, also Rozet & Fischmeister) made Order's crosses for private purchase.

     

    Many years ago, I've seen a bronze-gilt Knight's Cross with the "star" mark struck on the loop and its quality was the same of a gold piece.

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    Best wishes,

     

    Enzo 

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    This cross sold few years ago in Ausrtia 

    But wat about another cross - it’s copy or 1930’s production ? 

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