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  1. Hi Igor, Yes, Stanislaus 3rd Class without swords. Apparently this guy could have been a Beamter based at Kiautschou who was involved in helping Russian wounded.
  2. I posted this one in Imperial as well. I thought this guy must be a Navy medical officer who was involved in the Russo-Japanese War, hence the Red Cross Medal for 1905. If anyone of you Russia experts can help ID this guy, it would be appreciated.
  3. Thanks Scott. I actually can't find any German recipient of the Russian Red Cross Medal for 1904-05 in the award rolls. I suspect this guy was a medical officer attached to the Russian fleet.
  4. I thought this would be relatively easy to ID, with the Red Cross Medal for the Russo-Japanese War on it. No such luck, I've scoured the rolls and can't find a match. If anyone has any ideas, I'd like to hear them.
  5. Time Left: 17 days and 22 hours

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    Medal bar consisting of Crown Order 4th Class by Friedlaender, War Aid Cross, NCO's Long Service Cross and Centenary Medal. Some wear to ribbons, but overall good condition, no damage to enamels. PS Sorry, I don't know how the images got rotated.

    £236.00

  6. Two seater crews would have both automatically qualified for the Ehrenbecher.
  7. Great collection Alan, but you're missing the 'first class' of the Anhalt Friedrich Kreuz, and where is the Oldenburg equivalent?
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