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  1. Hi Gents, today I wan´t to show you a nice picture from a non - combatant. He is wearing his IC2 and the Friedrich - August cross on non - combatant ribbon. Kind regards Andreas
  2. Hi, I am no expeert on these but from what I read, the wartime ones were steel. Most of the ones online are brass.... does that mean many bout brass ones after the war, or brass ones are being churned out today? best Chris
  3. From what I have read, there were 8 recipients of the Officer's Cross, with swords, of the Oldenburg House Merit Order of Peter Frederick Ludwig. Anyone know who the recipients were, or how I can find them without having to find numerous rank lists? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. Stevenn
  4. Please find below pictures of an unknown officer's medal bar who did obviously have a connection to the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. It shows the following awards: 1. Prussia, Iron Cross 2nd class 1914, OEK 1909 2. Prussia, Red eagle 4th class, OEK 1704 3. Prussia, Dienstauszeichnungskreuz for officers, OEK 1970 4. Prussia, Zentenarmedaille (1897), OEK 1965 5. Oldenburg, Friedrich August Cross 2nd class 1914, OEK 1563 6. Oldenburg, Knights Cross 2nd class with Crown of the Haus- und Verdienstorden, OEK 1520 (missing) Since the last award is placed behind the Friedrich August Cross, it should be the civil version of the house order. Any observations are more than welcome!
  5. Just happened to get this as it is part of a group... apparently wartime ones were all iron and Brass/Bronze ones are postwar?
  6. This one baffles me, falling into a giant data void: late 19th century old civilians. The Traveling Museum therefore calls upon our Research Gnome brethren in Kapitel Groß-Berlin !!!! Prussian Crown Order 3rd Class with Red Cross on 1870/71 Commemorative ribbon (396 awarded--have the Roll BUT...) 1870/71 War Medal in steel (presumably on "noncombatant" ribbon for actual field ambulance/hospital type work in France) Brunswick House Order of Henry the Lion (? BrH3a...) Oldenburg 1870/71 Cross for Sacrifice and Loyalty to Duty (163 awarded-- INSTANT answer if compared with KO3rKEBd but I have no Roll until 1914) Bavarian 1870/71 Merit Cross (I don't have number awarded... but in a TRIO with the above two?!) Russian Order of St. Anna Russian Order of St. Stanislaus Italtian Order of the Crown of Italy (which would be a very very early award) Johanniter Orden-Professkreuz NOT a career Prussian civil servant, since none of the usual Red Eagle etc etc stuff. This was a Protestant noble Prussian... enthusiastic Red Cross volunteer. A Rittergutbesitzer or some sort of local Kommerzienrat or..... Can't get past only having the KO3 Roll to work with... and by the time I have civilian sources like the 1908/09 Ordensalmanach... this guy was dead and gone. This is a pre-1897 chain--no Centenary Medal. Was the wearer dead even before that year? Aaaaagghhh.
  7. I have just bought this , did I made a mistake or ? I read the ribbon bar as EK - MeZ -Old HO - Old Mvk - Colonial Medal - Silesian eagle - EhK - Long Service What do you think ? Christer
  8. I have this nice Oldenburg ribbon bar, which is a similar bar to that on a thread started by Christer. This bar has a few extras to it. Vor Dem Feinde clasp, Austrian bravery medal and 40 years faithful service device. Its in very good condition. Nice close ups of the miniatures. http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/49505-oldenburg-fighter-ribbon-bar/ Here is my oldenburg fighters ribbon bar:
  9. Picked this up at one of our monthly New England shows recently. Prussian Gefreiter rank button, appears to be plain Landsturm straps (but not Ldstm numbers on collar)... wearing both cockades ~ 1918, 1919 at latest? Somebody erased a lightly pencilled inscription off the front leaving only illegible impressions but the point is-- look how much wear there already was on his OK1 and Mattweiß Wound Badge!
  10. HI! After receiving this amazing picture of some oldenburg officers during or after ww1 I try to identify them and also their decorations. I cannot identify the last three awards of the man in the center and of the one right - the last one looks like one of the prussian service medals, but wearing by an officer?? So it would be a great help if someone of you could identify these decorations or one of the men of the picture!! Thanks for your help! westfale
  11. Found a picture of this bar whilst surfing the internet today and to the best of my knowledge it is not for sale. It is quite interesting, the LD1 and MVK3X combo being as far as I know impossible, yet all other aspects look legit. Perhaps a replaced MVO4X? The other interesting thing is obviously at the end! Regards, Matthew PS: I know the pictures aren't the best, but I could only find those.
  12. I bought a very interesting ribbon bar from a forum member (hope you don´t mind that I borrowed your photo Christhope ) A five awards ribbonbar with EKII-HHO3x-OV3bx-FAII-EfF and of course its the OV3bx that makes it so unusual With only 33 awarded during WW1 I though I would try to narrow down the possible recipients. Here is the suspects: OberLt Richard Suhrkamp IR 91 Lt Eckert IR 91 Lt Pflugradt IR 91 Lt Hess IR 91 Lt Schumann IR 91 Lt Weichardt IR 91 Lt Becker IR 91 Lt Wilhelm Conze IR 91 Lt Max Büschel IR 91 Lt Helmut Gabriel IR 91 Lt Ernst Peltner IR 91 OberLt Fritz Hellmuth IR 91 Lt Stolz IR 91 Lt Lueder IR 91 OberLt Ziegler IR 91 Lt Carstens IR 91 Lt Franz Smits IR 161 OberLt zur See Heino von Heimburg KM OberLt zur See Max Valentin Uboat Com Lt Eckert IR 91 Lt Georg Röver RIR 74 Lt Karl Geise RIR 17 Lt Karl Arnold IR 115 OberLt Georg Ruhstrat FAR 58 Lt Reinhard Murken RIR 79 Lt Walter Böning Jagd Staffel 76 Lt Edward Gesell Pioneer Komp 185 Lt Friedrichsen RFA 17 Lt Siegfried Harms Fus Rgt 86 OberLt Ahlhorn IR 82 Lt Wegmann RIR 229 Lt Thien FAR 62 Lt von Essen FAR 62 Of these 33 we can remove some Thanks to Dave we are now down to : 14 ! Big Thank You Dave, from 28 to 14 [ Lt von Essen is a top candidate because he had exact these awards but do anyone have any info about how many of the above 28 (22) who had HHO3x ? or was killed during war or anything other info I will keep on searching ! Christer
  13. Hello Guys, I'm looking for this Cross. I think that is good, but some peoples have doubt. What is your opinion? Kind regards, William Schmidt
  14. Dear GMIC Members For most it is common knowledge that Oldenburg has an enormous amount of high quality fakes in circulation & a good many are being valued as orginals. In regards to the stars & officer class examples there is a simple step that will allow collectors to differentiate a good example from a bad one. All genuine Bernard Knauer examples should have his first initial B stamped as B KNAUER on the reverse. Examples without the B and reads only KNAUER should be avoided & treated as post 1918 copies. Sincerely Yankee
  15. hi, here's one i am fairly sceptical about-- when i ordered it, i presumed (from the description) that this item would be a period field-adapted FA1 with the hinge, pin, and catch removed. instead, i received a factory made, vaulted cross that never had a pin. it's of non magnetic (brass or bronze) and is in mint condition. has anyone seen a similar example for sale? is this a known fake?? it's possible that it could be a good piece in mint condition, but the odds are against that... http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_09_2012/post-4736-0-40065000-1347907175.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_09_2012/post-4736-0-91385700-1347907201.jpg
  16. Hello Everyone, I am looking for some information on the Vor Dem Feinde Spange. Are these are these typically magnetic? Do period made pieces have a loop the ribbon is threaded through as oposed to prongs? The ones with 2 prongs, should these be flat or round? and are these of a later manafacure 20s/30s TR? Thanks Alan
  17. Hello, i was able to buy this wonderful bar from another collector. I wonder if some of the specialists here are willing to help to identify the man behind the awards. I already tried by going through the 1914 ranglist of IR91 but without any success. Also i ve a pic from the seller showing his later feldspange with the HOH3X, maybe this could help. Thx in advance. Detlev
  18. Hello to everyone, I got this bar at the SOS. I like the Oldenburg Merit Cross 2nd Class of the Oldenburg Chamber of Trade and Commerce. Just wanted to share with everyone. Dean
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