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  1. What is your opinion about this medal? I have my doubts whether it is legitimate or a copy, I await your comments.. Thanks Lambert
  2. Hi all, This one came in today. Any thoughts about identification? Could the White Falcon and the Silesian Eagle be a unique combination? Regards, Peter
  3. Dear Sirs, I would like to have your help, please…. Below I posted a photo of two different Saxe-Weimar, Order of the White Falcon (see nr. 1 and nr. 2). What I would like to know is why the badge in the photo nr. 1 is without the red enamelled part between the arms of the cross (see letter A) that, instead, is present (see letter B) on the photo nr. 2 ? Has this any particular meaning and/or indicate a particular type / period issue of this Order ? Or it identifies a different Class ? Or what ? Many thanks to all that will help me in understanding better this Order. ATB Lilo
  4. I have recently acquired a medal rack with a Red Cross Medal. I've been able to find out ahead of delivery, part of the inscription that I like to know what it says: Thür. ßaubesmännberein b R.Kr Thanks....Ed
  5. I need your help with identifying the Infanterie Regiment this WWI German Soldier belonged to. His name was Arno Blechschmidt and he finished WWI as a 2nd Lieutenant (Leutnant). He came from Sonneberg in Thuringia which was at that time part of the Grand duchy of Saxony-Weimar-Eisenach. Therefore the following Infanterie Regiments come into close consideration: naturally IR94 but also IR32 (many soldiers from Sonneberg were recruted into that one), IR 95 (Coburg is close to Sonneberg) or even IR96. Even others are possible as the Allgemeines Ehrenzeichen mit Bandschnalle und Schwertern was given to soldiers from Saxony-Weimar-Eisenach serving with other regiments. However, the AEZgX, AEZsX were rarely seen together and perhaps some of those extraordinary experts in your group may have a look into the roll concerning those decorations. I am amazed to see how Deruelle and Rick Research are able to identify soldiers with their expertise! http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/38433-an-overdecorated-corporal/ I spend some years of research but I couldn't find any precise trace as most documents regarding who served in those regiments were destroyed during WWII. :anmatcat: I would be extremely grateful if you could help me with this question. Sincerely, Eckhart
  6. I found this mark on an award from Saxony. I can't find who it belongs to. PS- I know it's the Half moon/ crown mark. I'm hoping it is distinct enough to attribute to a specific maker/jeweler.
  7. Hello to all, Here is a somewhat recent acquisition to my medal bar collection. This bar was to a commissioned officer from Saxe-Weimar. It features the Order of the White Falcon, Knight's Cross Second Class with Swords as well as a 1937-1939 pattern Red Cross Decoration Second Class. The Red Cross Decoration is actually a 1934-1937 pattern that was jeweler-modified to 1937-1939 standards. Also note the incorrect placement of the WW1 Commemorative Medal for Austria, before the 1914-1918 Cross of Honor. Another nice thing about this medal bar is that the 1914-1918 Cross of Honor is made of bronze rather than iron. Actually, it's the first non-magnetic Cross of Honor that I have ever seen. Best regards, Tom
  8. Hello This is my first post on this Site. I posted this on a different forum and I was redirected to this forum for help. I am seeking information on an Order of the White Falcon Award. I know the basic informaion on this order but have yet to find out how to tell the differences in the Five classes of this order. What I have is an award that is made of 14K Yellow Gold with Enamel, it is 66mm tall for the top of the ring to the lowest point on the star, The large Crown is 23mm wide, The star is 35mm wide. I would like to know what class is it ? Grand Cross, Commanders Cross or Knights Cross and what the value is. I am not sure but I think that only the Grand Cross, the Commandres Cross and the Knights First Class Cross were made of gold. Any information would help. Thank you. Jeff.
  9. Hello- A newbie with regard to imperial medals, but have the recent opportunity to acquire an attributed Knights cross 1st class order of the White Falcon. The medal is from a grouping that is directly acquired from the family and is offered by a very reputable dealer (anyone who has dealt with him has been pleased and is well regarded). The question is regarding rarity of this order. I have seen reports that only 140 or so were awarded this decoration in ww1. Is this accurate? With the apparent rarity of this item, this would be presumed to be less common than a PLM. Any input on this particular award?
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