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  1. Yes, it is likely that the Austrian manufacturer imposed on the king or the relevant official ribbons having on stock. And the king wanted ribbons different from his predecessors. But there were probably no economic reasons, because the number of employees eligible for the award was not large. The number of medals ordered probably did not exceed 500, so the savings on cheaper ribbons would be insignificant.
  2. Hello guys, I have just acquired this Royal Household Medal. My question is , if somebody knows, why this medal has trifold ribbon and colours like medals from Serbia and Austria. Thanks Jan
  3. Hello guys, I cannot find the pictures of the following medal: The Konung Carl XVI Gustafs jubileumsminnestecken I was awarded to commemorate the 50th birthday of King Carl XVI Gustaf in 1996. Could you supply? Regards Jan
  4. Thank you very much. Unfortunately I have forgoten to write that the man in question is gen. Alfred Gustav von Mohn. Jan
  5. I am sorry, Germany is not in my interest, but I need to decipher the abbreviations of the decorations in the appendix. I understand the last abbreviation should be Austrian Order of the Iron Crown 3rd Class. Maybe there is a list of abbreviations somewhere on this forum, but that's the amount of information that's hard to find something. Thanks for the help.
  6. Helo guys, dont you have somebody a good picture of Grandcross of this order? Thanks Jan
  7. Hello, this is my latest acquisition. Order of Romanian star. Can you tell me what period and what kind (colours) of ribbon? Thanks
  8. Hello guys, can somebody identify those two medals? Thanks Jan
  9. Hello guys, can somebody explain me how it comes that foreign orders have this , how to call it, Garter ribbon on them? Thanks Jan
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