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  1. Polizeihauptwachtmeister Paul Beyer -Medal of Liberty 1st Class, 1918 -Commemorative Medal of the War of Liberation, 1918 I think this is Beyer's bar, can anyone help to confirm?
  2. What a find! Congratulations! So the next would be the full medal bar 😃
  3. Thanks for great info! Günter Gölitz from Landwehr IR-104 must be the one in the painting and 1939 photo.
  4. You did it again Daniel! how many times have you helped me I just can't remember 😅 Great to have you guys around, many thanks to everyone!
  5. Greetings gentlemen. I'd like to ask for your help to check if anything you can find on the name Alfred Günther Gölitz, who is maybe the recipient of this bar. I got the bar together with some photos and paperwork directly from the family, according to the information I got Gölitz was born in 1890 at Chemitz and died in 1984 in Munich. He served in a cavalry unit and spent some years in Belgium, according to the photos he continued to serve during WWII. The thing puzzling me is that from what I see in the painting, Gölitz was still a Lieutenant by 1917, it would be difficult t
  6. Hello everyone, These badges/pins belonged to a small lot auctioned recently, mixed with some other luftwaffe unit pins. Does anyone know what are they? /Jian #1. looks like a squadron emblem, with number 705. #2. #3. #4. #5. #6 #7 #8 #9
  7. That sums up pretty much. What about the Mecklenburg medic bar in the bottom of the picture? could the 3rd and 4th ribbons be Verdienstkreuz of Hausorden der Wendischen Krone and Militär Verdienstkreuz?
  8. C. Zeige auctioned another group of ribbon bars lately, one of them seems to be a little odd that the 3rd Reich KVK is placed after the Hindy cross, and no long service medals, does it make any sense?
  9. Guys I really want to show you this Saxon-Weimar lifesaving medal, it's a real beauty.
  10. Thank you Andreas Hauptmann Leo von Gillhaußen was killed on the 6th of November 1918. Here I found a photo of the Gillhaußen brothers from gottmituns.net, Leo and his wife are on the left.
  11. Can anyone help to id this bar? I've been told the owner was a long time adjutant of a German prince, never figured out the name though. reverse
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