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  1. here's a worn example of a wartime issue piece. vaulted bronze gilt. with only 750 or so awarded, they are becoming rather scarce to find http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_06_2012/post-4736-0-89302300-1339110370.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_06_2012/post-4736-0-35777000-1339110446.jpg
  2. Hello to everyone, I am not sure if this pin-back was officially issued. Any thoughts would be helpful. Thank you in advance Dean
  3. Hello gents, I just realized, that I didn´t share so far this ribbonbar here, although I already have it a long time in my collection. This ribbonbar belongs to Oldwig-Albrecht von Natzmer, born 29th November 1879 and died 30th May 1927. Career: since 1893 1st Garde-Reg. zu Fuß as Seconde-Lieutnant since 1902 Oberleutnant in 1908 promotion to Ordonanzoffizier at the Prince Lippe-Detmold since 1909 Hauptmann since 1912 Flügeladjudant of Prince Leopold IV. of Lippe-Detmold since 1916 Major since 26th November 1918 retirement The ribbonbar shows - iron cross 2nd class 1914 - war merit cross Lippe-Detmold - red eagle order 4th class - Centenar-medal - Bavarian military merit order 4th class - Saxony Albrecht-order 3rd class with crown - Mecklenburg Greifen-order 3rd class with crown - Brunswig house-order 3rd class - Saxony Ernestinian house-order - House-order Lippe-Detmold 4th class A or Schaumburg-Lippe house-order 4th class - Norwegian Olav-order 3rd class. Oldwig-Albrecht von Natzmer also received - Lippe Detmold Kriegervereinskreuz - Lippe Detmold Officers cross - Lippe Detmold house order 2nd class with swords at the ring - Lippe Detmold Leopold-order 2nd class Unfortunately I don´t have more information or a photo of Oldwig-Albrecht von Natzmer...maybe someone can add something, which might be interesting? Best regards Roman
  4. Hello gents, thanks to a hint from a collector-friend (thank you again), I was able to add this nice miniature-chain to my collection. You see - Prussia Iron cross 2nd class 1914 - Prussia Red Eagle order 4th class - Prussia cross for war aid - Lippe-Detmold house order 3rd class (372 awards) - Lippe-Detmold Leopold-order 2nd model 3rd class without crown (only around 25 awards!!!) This combination is pretty unique and according to the rolls, there is only one possible candidate (already marked in the rolls with red eagle order, war-aid cross, house-order and Leopold-order): Conrad Trauthan, Koeniglich Preussischer Gewerbeinspektor in Bielefeld, born in Culm, 22nd November 1865 He got the Leopold-order as No. 24 of the rolls on 1st July 1907 and the house-order 3rd class as No. 409 on 7th September 1912 (without getting the 4th class before). It would be interesting to know, if the referring medalbar still exists, as Trauthan was already marked in the rolls with the Prussian awards. I hope you like these little fellows like I do. Best regards Roman
  5. Hi, I would like to show you my latest purchase, combined with a research question. It is the ribbonbar of Friedrich Multhaup, Fuerstlicher Bauerverwalter in Detmold (born 7th Sept. 1861 in Detmold). It contains of - war merit cross / war honor medal Lippe-Detmold (non-combatant-ribbon) - golden merit cross HO Lippe-Detmold - Leopold-order Lippe-Detmold merit cross - silver merit cross HO Lippe-Detmold - cross of Allgmeines Ehrenzeichen Prussia - long service medal Prussia - Combatants-club cross Lippe-Detmold - 1897-medal Lippe-Detmold - 1905- medal Lippe-Detmold The combination is quite unique and unfortunately the mini-chain of Friedrich Multhaup was sold separately. My dear friend Rick knew the big medalbar of F.Multhaup for sure...does anyone else know, in which collection the big medalbar actually is? Best regards Roman P.S. Sorry for the poor picture quality, but my scanner is not working any longer :-/
  6. Hi gents, inspired by the medalbar with 1866 campaign medal Lippe-Detmold, I just showed, I would like to share with you a extremely rare document-group I recently added to my collection: Hermann Kellner was born in Detmold on 23rd May 1823 as the 2nd son of Amtaccessor Karl Friedrich Kellner. Document 1 “birth document” On 26th April 1842 he became a student („Volontär“) at the Divisionsschule in Münster/Westfalia. His classmates were Eduard Pustkuchen (his uniform is shown in the museum of local history in Detmold) and Carl Großkopf (later commander of Torgau). Document 2 letter of acceptance at the school and an introduction of his duties (and rights). On 10th December he was promoted from a Volontär to Portepee-Fähnrich. „Serenissimus haben höchstgnädigst geruht, in Hinsicht der eingegangenen guten Zeugnisse, den bisherigen Volontair Hermann Kellner zum Portepeefähnrich zu ernennen, worüber demselben die erforderliche Urkunde von mir übersandt werden wird….“ Kellner II served as Lippischer Füsilier, the only bataillon of Lippe-Detmold and ruled by the prince of Lippe-Detmold. The Lippische Füsiliere („Das lippische Kontingent“) was already fighting against Napoleon together with the Prussians. Document 3 Promotion Prince Leopold promoted Herrmann Kellner II on 15th October 1844 to „Seconde-Lieutnant. „ Wir (Leopold) urkunden hiermit, daß Wir den Portepeefähnrich Hermann Kellner zum Seconde-Lieutnant in unserem Militair-Corps gnädigst ernannt haben. Wir erwarten von Ihm Treue gegen uns, Gehorsam gegen seinen Vorgesetzen, strenge Befolgung der Gesetze im Allgemeinen, insbesondere den bestehenden und künftigen Militair-Verordnungen im Dienst-Reglement, Ordnung, Fleiß ….“ Document 4 Promotion to Seconde-Lieutnant Document 4a Congratulation for becoming Seconde-Lieutnant Picture 4b Drawing showing him in the uniform as Seconde-Lieutnant On 27th February 1849 Kellner II was promoted by prince Leopold to a Premier-Lieutnant. Document 5 Promotion to Premier-Lieutnant Document 6 a and b letters from the frontline (war against the Danish) , sent on 10th July 1849 to his brother Karl And finally on 10th May 1859 Kellner II was promoted to a Hauptmann and Kompanie-Chef (chief of the company). Document 7 Promotion to Hauptmann Document 7a Information of the Fürstlich Lippischen Militair-Kolloquium , that his salary will be adjusted according to his promotion. On 7th December 1861 prince Leopold agreed tot he marriage of Kellner II with Marie Niemeyer. Document 8 Agreement Picture 8a with his wife and son Kellner is wearing the uniform as Premier-Lieutnant. The picture was taken between middle of 1862 and March 1863. On 19th April 1866 Kellner II awarded the long servce cross for 25 years Lippe-Detmold. Original text oft he document: Nachdem Sie unter Berücksichtigung das als Kriegsjahr doppelt zu rechnende Jahr 1849 nunmehr 25 Jahre in Meinem Militär-Corps treu gedient haben, habe ich Ihnen Mein Dienstauszeichnungskreuz verliehen. Dasselbe erfolgt nebst dem dazu gehörigen Bande hierfür. Detmold, den 19. April 1866 Leopold, PFEL. …As war-service in the year 1849 has to be counted double, you served now 25 years in my Militär-Corps and therefor I award you with my long service cross and the referring ribbon. Kellner was one of only 16 (!!!) officers, awarded with this long service cross for 25 years, which was donated on 11th June 1859 by prince Leopold. After the integration of the Lippsche Füsiliere into the Prussian army in 1867, only one additional cross was awarded. All other awarded the Prussian version. Document 9 Award document for the long-service cross 25 years Lippe-Detmold On 15th August 1866 Leopold promoted Kellner II to a Major and commander of Lippe-Detmold´s small army. His predessor was Major and commander Carl Rohdewald, who was killed in the battle at Kissingen on 10th July 1866. Document 10 Promotion to Major and commander On 20th September 1866 Kellner II awarded as „Führer des Fürstlich Lippischen Füssilierbataillons" (leader of the bataillon of the Lippischen Füsiliere) the Prussian order of the crown 3rd class with swords . Document 11 Award document
  7. Hi gents, I think it´s time to post again some rare Lippe-Detmold stuff... Here is a new item in my collection., it´s are rare medalbar from Lippe-Demold, showing - medal for the campaign 1866 Lippe-Detmold (awarded 988 times, mostly by members of the "Lippisches Füsilier-Bataillon" - Prussian medal for 1866 "Königgrätz" - Centenarmedal Prussia For me it´s the first time to see this medal on a medalbar, I have only some pictures of it (and a single medal, which perfectly fit on this bar). And here are the mentioned pictures: The first one shows the Major and commander of the "Füsiliere Lippe-Detmold" Herrmann Kellner II. I have all of his documents, which I will show later on. He awarded "his" soldiers with this medal, officers like him got the medal directly from the prince Leopold Lippe-Detmold. The second one shows a unknown officer. I hope you like it :-) Best regards Roman
  8. Hi gents, it took me some time, but today I was able to add this little fellow to my collection: The medalbar belongs to Johann Friedrich Lappe, born in Mettmann on 31st May 1845, died in Halle on 19th December 1928 . Friedrich Lappe was pastor and superindentant in Bielefeld and also pastor of the ruling family in Lippe-Detmold. In Bielefeld he planned the Johannis-church, in Detmold he held the funeral oration of princess Pauline. On the medalbar you see: - red eagle order 4th class (unmarked) - war aid cross Prussia - Lippe-Detmold house order 3rd class in gold ( Lappe got the award on 30th May 1909 as No. 380 of the list. (In total it was awarded 372 times.) - Lippe-Detmold Grafregenten Ernst medal 1897 (not in the award list, but listed in the Ordensalmanach 1908) - Lippe-Detmold Lawsuit-medal 1905 ( No. 97 of the list, 176 awards in total) Lappe also got the 4th class of the Lippe-Detmold houseorder Div. A on 13rd January 1898, but he had to return it after awarding the 3rd class. The photo shows Friedrich Lappe in 1900 (according to the notes on the back).
  9. Hi gents, for those, who haven´t seen my thread in a German forum, I have a small riddle for you, which might be tricky to solve. The pictures below are showing Hermann Kellner II, "Major and Bataillonskommandeur of the Lippische Füsiliere". The picture was taken between 1866 and 1867. On his medalbar your can find the following awards: - Order of the Crown 3rd class with swords Prussia - Military merit medal (w/o swords) Lippe-Detmold - Long service cross for 25 years Lippe-Detmold (!!!) - war memorial medal 1866 Lippe-Detmold Kellner II wears on this picture an uniform from Lippe-Detmold. But what detail makes this picture so interesting? You probably need some of the given information to solve this small riddle. I hope you like it :-) Regards Roman ' alt='' class='ipsImage' width="550px" height="750px">"> ' alt='' class='ipsImage' width="550px" height="750px"> ' alt='' class='ipsImage' >
  10. Hi gents, I would like to show you my newest purchase. Although the awards are quite typical for a Lippe soldier, the group is quite rare. The mechanic Fritz Neese from Bad Meinberg / Lippe was Flugzeugführer-Unteroffizier in the "Flieger-Abteilung A(rtillery) No. 238". There were only a very few soldiers from Lippe becoming a pilot in WW1 (most probably not more than ten), which makes this small group quite unique. So far I was not able to find any additional information on him, maybe somebody can help ? Best regards Roman
  11. Hi gents, I would liek to show you my latest purchase, which is a large group of documents (mainly related to genealogy). For me the most important documents were the following ones: Karl (Carl) Oberbracht was born 11 Feb. 1855 in Siebenhoefen (Lippe) and died 24 June 1919 in Detmold. In 1881 he became "Postgehilfe", in 1887 he became "Postassistent" and finally in 1904 he was promoted to a "Postsekretär".
  12. Hi, I just got the small (incomplete) group direct from the family. Unfortunately not everything survived and some awards are missing (at least the IC 2nd class 1914). It belongs to Wachtmeister Firtz Kleinege(e)s, Haubitzen-Batterie Sturm-Batl. No.5 "Rohr" and consists of - Iron cross 1st class (marked KO) - Felddienst-Ehrenzeichen - Wounded badge in black - Cross for heroic deeds Lippe-Detmold with the award document (unfortunately in a poor condition). Kleinege(e)s received the Lippe-Detmold award on 11th June 1918. I promised the previous owner to find out, for what Kleinege(e)s received the Lippe-cross, but I need some help in advance. Where was the Sturm-Batl. No.5 Rohr between January and June 1918? There are some books about this quite famous unit..maybe Kleinege(e)s is mentioned in it??? Does anybody have some more details on this unit (beside what you can find on www)? Thanks in advance. BR Roman
  13. Good evening gents, does anyone have any views on this piece please? These are the only photos available from the auction. I had a look at this medal on Medal-Medaille and it appears to be a brassy gold colour, could this particular one be a fake or just had all the gold/brass colour faded? Thanks again gents!
  14. Hello gentlemen, I acquired these a few months ago. I know what all the ribbons stand for, but can't find out what the small one consists off (the third one). Is this something from Lippe-Detmold? Greetings from Poulton Palmer
  15. I just realized I haven't posted something in a while -I hope you enjoy this Lippe bar. (sorry about the shadows)
  16. Here's one of my favorite orders Bought this from Detlev back in the day...swords ;-)
  17. Here's one of my favorite orders Bought this from Detlev back in the day...swords ;-)
  18. Hello guys, does anyone have a honour cross of the Leopold-Order Lippe-Detmold in his collection? Actually I have a quite interesting discussion with another collector regarding the production of this order (and the difference of Büsch- and Godet-crosses). In addition it seems, that there are even differences within the early Büsch-crosses, as mine seems to be made of two pieces (cross-body) plus the two seperated centers (soldered afterwards with polished seams), while the other cross consists of a one-piece cross-body with two seperate centers). I attached my four-pieces cross, which I recently could welcome in my collection after a long, long search By the way, both crosses (mine and the other one) are original awarded, without any doubts. Best regards Roman
  19. This is a part of a bigger pic with officers , all wearing EK I. But what do the officer on the left have ?? He has one Neck order and one breast order. The man on the right looks like he have a Lippe KVK I or am I wrong ? Christer
  20. Hi all, Could anyone tell me wheher the Silver cross of merit of the house order shown below is original or not. According to the seller it weighs 31 grams. It is 57.9mm high including ribbon ring, 41.2 mm wide and 7mm thick. What I know about this medal is that it is made out of silver and less than 400 were awarded. To tell the truth, i'm asking about it just because it is not common, and therefore i am being very cautious. (And not to moan, but it is quite an expensive buy for a 16 year old ) Thank you all for your help and time, Matthew
  21. Hi all, Just saw this medal up for sale, cannot believe my eyes. Any opinions to whether it is original or not? And was this medal awarded for civil or military merit? Thanks for your opinions, Matthew
  22. This ribbon bar just arrived from a member and Gentleman of this forum This bar has really travelled around , from Germany in 1920´s to USA and then to France and now in Sweden of all places The bars orginal owner was Major Bernhard Prince zur Lippe-Biesterfeld 1872-1934, a interesting character in Lippe History His brother was Leopold IV Prince of Lippe and his son Prince Bernhard become married to Juliana of Netherlands. The Grand Cross of Lippe House order X was only awarded 5 times if I read my Ludwigssen right ? and Bernhard got his in 1914. A nice piece of history Christer
  23. Does any one have an example of a Lippe Detmold Military Merit Medal with a mark under the wreath on the side displaying the rose. On an example that i have found for sale by emedals there is a mark which i can't make out completely clearly, but seems to read G. LOOSDIR. Is this a common mark or something personalised? Many thanks in advance.
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