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  1. Good morning, the officer below started his career as a kurhessian Officer, and I would like to learn more about him. Does he turn up in mecklenburg militairy data? Hoping any of you could tell me 🙂 Thanks a lot regards David Wickede, Bernhard von (geboren Poggelow (Mecklenburg) 23.10.1780, gestorben Schwerin 21.05.1863). Eintritt in kurhessischen Militärdiensten, 1804 Fähnrich (1806 Secondelieutenant und Adjutant) im Garde-Grenadier-Regiment, 01.11.1806 beurlaubt. Westphalischer Pensionär, 1813 Eintritt in grossherzoglich mecklenburgischen Militärdiensten, zuletzt als Oberstlieutenant. OuE:-. Feldzugen und Mobilmachungen: 1805 gegen Frankreich (Mobilmachung). V.:-, M.:-, H.:-. Quelle: Woringer Kartei Bd. 29 Bl. 94. PS I am currently working on a new project on this website: https://guestuser-42141.owlstown.net/ PSS I also started a IG account on the kurhessian army: kurhessisches_Armeekorps. Feel free to visit and/or follow
  2. Hello all, Today i got this medal. I buyed a couple of ribbons and found the medal on the bottom of the box. Payed for all 45€ and wonder how much the medal is worth to. The medal is for my dad as birthday present. So i hope everything is ok with it. Never Seen before a 1864 medal. The rim has the typical inscription " aus erobertem geschuetz" Greetings Stefan
  3. As a little thanks for Your appreciated work Charakterisierte Korvetten Kapitän Paul Wilhelm Friedrich Carl Wiehr born 07.05.1868 at Hasenhänge Mecklenburg died 14.09.1942 at Hamburg
  4. Hello All, Is it correct to say that the House Order of the Wendish Crown Gold or Silver Cross of Merit from Mecklenburg-Schwerin “Per Aspera Ad Astra” was more common than the one from Mecklenburg-Strelitz "Avito Viret Honore". Does anyone know the approximate award numbers from each Grand Duchy at all? or any articles on their relative rarity? Many thanks
  5. Hello readers. I found the pictured medal bar from Mecklenburg-Schwerin rather interesting because of the later bestowed Kronen Orden 4.Kl., the Mecklenburg- Schwerin Military Merit Cross 2nd cl.1870 and the infrequently seen miniature bar. I have not pictured the regimental veteran pin.These medals appears to have belonged to a N.C.O. who after his military service with 1. Mecklenburg Dragoner Regt. Nr. 17 made some career in the civil service and received the Prussian Kronen Orden. Bernhard H. Holst
  6. Dear Collectors, I found this nice Commander's Cross box, by Godet and I am wondering which Order goes with it. Any ideas? Happy New Year everyone!
  7. Hello gentleman, I just wanted to show you a medal bar I acquired a few weeks ago. I traded this one against some other medal bars. It comes with documents as you can see. It is not an offiziersspange but I am very happy with it, hope you like it too. Greetings from Flanders, Poulton Palmer
  8. This beautiful deluxe South German style ribbon bar has been driving me nuts since November 1994. Identifying this officer has been a frustrating, irritating chore. Unlike other anonymous bars, it's as if he's been fighting me all the way NOT to be identified. Been down more red herring blind alleys than I can even remember BUT thanks to seeheld's Mecklenburg-Schwerin WW1 Rolls and to Dave Danner's recent trip to the Baden archive, have finally GOT him. 1) EK2 2) BZ3bE without swords (1913/14 see below ) 3) Prussian XXV (1920) 4) MMV2 (26.04.15: also MMV1 02.11.16) 5) BMV4X (29.11.14) 6) ??? this appears to be a Hessian Philipps Orden (HP3b) : cannot account for THIS ribbon 7) Lippe Detmold War Honor Cross (LKr) 8) Austro-Hungarian Military "War" ribbon (must be a ÖM3K) 9) 1897 Centenary Medal 10) ??? Baden 1906 Commemorative Medal (only by position and never never never NEVER found on correct ribbon ) 11) Baden 1902 Jubilee Medal From numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 11--7:11 matches this could only have been worn by Friedrich Keding born (date unknown) in Dorf Mecklenburg Served in Baden Feldart Rgt 30 to creation of Baden FAR 66 in 1899 (transferred), then ther until promotion to Captain, when transferred to FAR 15. By April 1915 he was battery commander 2./ RFAR 58, severely wounded June 1915, still in that regiment November 1916-- Leutnant 18.04.96 Bb Oberleutnant 21.03.08 V Hauptmann 01.10.12 C30c Major 18.10.18 N7n aD that rank, alive 1926. WHY he splurged on the fancy schmancy ribbons and THEN chose to omit ALL X devices etc.... arrrgh. I lost YEARS trying to fit a BZ3bEX onto what had to be a wartime Hauptmann/retired Major group. If it wasn't for seeheld and Dave I'd be in a padded cell about now!!!! Sources: Prussian annual Rank Lists, Prussian wartime Seniority Lists, unpublished MMV Rolls 1914-1918, unpublished Baden 1902 RJM Roll, pre-war Baden officer record, Preuß. Verlustliste Nr. 271 10.07.15 (seeheld/Dave/Dave/Dave) Erhard Roth's 1997 "Verleihungen von militärischen Orden und Ehrenzeichen des Königreichs Bayern im Ersten Weltkrieg 1914-1918"
  9. Here is an old cap, it has what appears to be a Mecklenburg-Schwerin cockade..... Named inside "Wilhelm Behrens" any ideas? cheers, Paul
  10. Dear forumites, I was pretty lucky to adquire the following huge medal bar (14 place!!!) medal bar: Preußen: Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse am Kämpferband, 1914-1924 (OEK 1909); 3. Reich: Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwertern (OEK 3835); Mecklenburg-Schwerin: Militärverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse am Band für Kämpfer, 1914 (OEK 1352); Reuß: Fürstlich Reussisches Ehrenkreuz 3. Klasse mit Schwertern (OEK 2005/1) S/G; Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt: Fürstlich schwarzburgisches Ehrenkreuz 3. Klasse mit Schwertern, 1870-1918 (OEK 2785) S/sv ; Hamburg: Hanseatenkreuz (OEK 688); Österreich: Militärverdienstkreuz 3. Klasse mit KD; 3. Reich: Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer mit Schwertern (OEK 3803/1) St br; Reuß ältere Linie: Erinnerungszeichen zum silbernen Ehejubiläum, 1909 (OEK 2057) S; Braunschweig: Orden Heinrich des Löwen, Ehrenzeichen 2. Klasse, 1908-1918 (OEK 634) Br; 3. Reich: DA 1. Klasse für 25 Dienstjahre, Kreuz (OEK 3852) E vg; 3. Reich: DA 3. Klasse für 12 Dienstjahre, Medaille (OEK 3854) E vg; 3. Reich: Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938 "Sudetenanschluss", 1938-1941 (OEK 3517); Ungarn: Erinnerungsmedaille 1914 – 1918 für Kämpfer I am pretty sure that the officer would have to have been a Reussischer citizen, since he has 2 decorations from that minute state in Central East Germany on his bar (nos. 4 and 9) and to get no. 9 I believe that he had to be resident there. I certainly saw uninterruptible service in the Army from the beginning of WWI until WW2, since he had both LS awards for 25 years of service. Nevertheless I am afraid that the original medal bar's wearer cannot identified, because of the Reuss ordenlisten's loss/destruction during WW2. Thank you in advance for looking into the matter... I surely appreciate all kind of educated comments on the bar and its combination. ciao, Claudio
  11. Hi all! My name is Thomas and I collect medals, order, documents and photographs from Mecklenburg Schwerin and Strelitz. Someother know me from other forum. My english isn´t sooo good, thats the reason I´m sometimes using a translater... I hope for a good cooperation:-) Thomas
  12. Hello People, I'm looking for this Cross of Mecklenburg. I saw some differents hardware in this type of awards. Are there some rules for this???? Is this Cross original??? Regards, William
  13. Some of you may remember the spectral appearance of a certain individual on occassion here..... he sends love and kisses and the following images and discussions for your amusement! Enjoy!
  14. As I mentioned earlier, good cousin Rick had a good day in Boxboro. This is one of the CDVs he grabbed for less than a double mocha latte' vente at Starbucks. Again, through the magic powers of research and a rather odd combination of state awards- it took him a whole hour to identify this guy- unnamed, photographed sometime between Isandulwana and the Spanish-American war. Originally an NCO, through hard work and diligence he was one of the few who managed to break the solid class walls of the German officer corps and rise to higher officer status. He was dead before Germany entered the nightmare of 1914. He lived his life is great times, as the Empire consolidated and Germany went from being a series of poor, disconnected farmlands to a mighty industrial world power. He must have been proud.
  15. Greetings from Rick Thanks to a member of the Traveling Museum, this interesting bar came by to be Epsonized for sharing with you all. Hopefully of particular interest to seeheld: In first place, the HUGE, heavy Merit Medal in silver awarded from 1872 to 1918. Oddly, the obverse bust was not changed with the final Grand Duke’s image and titles. This Medal is 41mm in diameter and a hefty 30 grams of silver… quite a contrast with the medal in second place. The Kriegerverein Medal was bestowed from 1899 to 1918. It was designed to reflect the 1813/15 Military Merit Medal. Only 29mm x 24mm and a mere 10 grams of silver, it is dwarfed by the Merit Medal. The owner and I are hoping that it MIGHT be possible to identify the original recipient once seeheld’s massive labours on the-Schwerin Rolls are completed. This could, we hope, be one of those cases where what is NOT on this bar narrows down the suspects list. As a PAIR, these two were not at all common.
  16. I would like to get some opinions from the experts on this Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1870 Militärverdienstkreuz 1. Klasse.
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