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  1. Hi gents, recently I was able to buy the estate of a saxonian family. This pin was also located in it. Unfortunateley the photos are not ideal, the silver stamps are J.T. 925 S Any help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  2. Just like to show you some of my Norwegian Medals from WWII. Hope you like them !
  3. Dear Gentlemens! A little help needed about this uniform: I guess the rank is Visekonstable, the branch is signals(?), the period is the Cold War. Anybody can tell me an exact period? And what kind of headgear fits for this clothing? Thanks in advance!
  4. Gentlemen, I have this miniature group. It is rumored it belonged to the Norwegian ambassador to The Netherlands. I'm trying to find his name, but so far there are too many possible names. However, I guess being awarded the grand cross of both order of Orange Nassau and House of Orange is quite uncommon. I hardly ever see the grand cross of the Order of the House of Orange anywhere. So is there any Dutch members here with a list of Norwegian recipients of the grand cross of the Order of the House of Orange? If we find a handful of names, I can cross check it with awards of the commander grade of Order of. St. Olav, and we should have a winner. Thanks in advance for any answers.
  5. Gents, Chinese orders are my particular interest. I've been researching about an absolutely fascinating chap - Johan Wilhelm Munthe, who was born in Bergen, completed the Norwegian army cavalry school, before sailing to China where he spent the next 50 years of his life. Munthe hitched his star to Yuan Shikai, China's leading strongman of the late Imperial and early Republic era, and rose to the rank of Lieutenant General in the Chinese army. He designed the flamboyant new uniforms of the Republican generals and, I believe, many of the Chinese Republic's new orders which were founded by President Yuan Shikai in 1912, the first year of the Republic. He was the most influential foreigner in China and lived in a Norwegian style house in Beijing with his wife. The following is an abstract of a study I'm currently writing. General Johan Wilhelm Munthe The orders were likely designed by a flamboyant Norwegian adventurer and Yuan Shikai confidant. Johan Wilhelm Munthe was born in Bergen and graduated from the cavalry school in 1886. He sailed for China the following year and joined the Chinese Customs Service under Sir Robert Hart. When war broke out with the Japanese in 1894, Munthe volunteered with the Chinese army. He served as a cavalry instructor under Yuan Shikai and the two became firm friends. During the Boxer Rebellion, Munthe attached himself to the Russian army and was one of the first to enter Beijing with the international relief force. Later, he served as Yuan’s adjutant and rose to the rank of major-general. He returned to Customs after Yuan was forced out by the Prince Regent. When Yuan became President, he promoted his friend to general aide-de-camp and adviser in the Ministry of War with the rank of lieutenant-general. Munthe assumed Sir Robert Hart’s mantle as the most influential foreigner in China. He commanded the elite army regiment protecting the Foreign Legations until his death in 1935. Munthe designed the new military dress of the Republic’s generals that he modelled after the Swedish Royal Guard with their blue uniforms and towering white plumes. It seems Munthe also helped design many of the orders and decorations of the new Republic. In so doing, he followed the path of his one-time superior Sir Robert Hart who designed the Imperial Order of the Double Dragon 30 years earlier.
  6. Dear Sir I just got 4 medals but I don't know name and class of this medals please help me to identify all of medals Best Regards jthai
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  8. Hello I would like to show you some photo's, of norwegian soldiers, from the 19th century. Back when Norway was ruled by the swedish king. I hope you like them. Snoopy The swedish king. King Oscar II.
  9. President of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito, the first and only time in 1965. resided in Norway. Official visit to mark the one given Laponka, although her name was not even in the protocol. It was Kirsten Svineng, that this historic opportunity to remember the Norwegian journalist and writer Per Hanson. At the last moment he proposed to organize a meeting of the Lapland village women and President Tito. The anecdote is that in Norway in appropriate circumstances even retells said the whole country was then engaged to Kirsten invading from the far north to the capital. - The plane arrived quickly, but the sleigh travel - explained vividly his first airplane flight Kirsten Svineng. During his stay in Norway Tito on receipt Laponke never leave. Hanson was later asked what they were talking so much. - We talked about everything. And about God, but I was surprised that it was not pious - she said. - Despite the fact that he does not believe in God, when Tito dies someone has to follow the other world, because he defeated the fascists - is entrusted Svineng writer Kirsten Hanson. Kirsten is known in Norway as Mama Karašok, and this gave her the nickname Yugoslav internees, prisoners in a German prison camp Karašok, who was in this country. This scaffold in 1942. here were detained 377 Yugoslavs, and life is forever leaving them 265th Despite a brutal regime, inmates were able to establish contact with the locals, who gave them the hope that they will survive. A few of them managed to escape from the camp, and the first shelter fugitives were more than modest log cabin in which he lived Kirsten Svineng. Through the closed door whispered to avoid detection, "Mommy, Mommy." Kirsten has accepted them and teaching aids to escape incurring the high risk. In appreciation, she was honored, and about the brave Laponki written and moving book. Order of the Yugoslav Flag with the star got in 1957, in 1970. The book was published Pera Hanson "Mama Karašok" Writer he lived only two years longer than its heroine, died in 1982. Tito died 4th May 1980, and died the same day and Mom Karašok.
  10. I bought this pin some time ago - a few days ago a friend of mine told me the ship in the middle looks like the 'Fram'. Could anyone identify the pin? Thank you. Zorg
  11. Hello, I have owned an original Norwegian SS " Front Fighter Badge " . Marked with Silver stamp 830 S and "W" for about ten years. Would like to know the present value of these badges . Thanks Steve
  12. Here is the Norwegian NS Frontkjempermerket " Front Fighter Badge " . Marked with Silver stamp 830 S and "W" beleived to be the maker . Awarded of Norwegian that Volunteered in Germany duty , also some Swedes and some Germans awarded Frontkjempermerket . Most of the Norwegian Volunteers was in Waffen - SS . As a note ! A Norwegian News Paper showed today pics from " Kaprolat " and " Hasselmann" where it si beleived that about 140 Norwegian was killed in fights against the Russian Army Midsummer 1944 . Several "Headscalps" and rests of German uniforms is lieing around in the area 60 years after the War ended . Jan Arne
  13. I was interested to read Jan Arne's posting on the Norwegian Frontier Fighter badge, though, being a breast badge, it does not come within my collecting field. However, on the subject of cap badges, perhaps Jan Arne, or some other knowleable gentleman, can tell me something about the three badges shown below. All are cap badges, all Norwegian, I think. The first, on the left. is a peaked cap badge worn by the Norwegian Statspolitiet, known as "Stapo", raised in 1942 and under the command of the German gestapo. This badge is in oxidised silver and has a wing-span of 90mm. A smaller version was worn on the winter fur cap. The second badge belonged, I think to a German-raised organisation of Pioneers. Was it a military unit? From the similarity between this badge and those of the Norwegian Army of the time, it may have been. The third badge is somewhat of a mystery. It looks to me like the cap badge of "Quislings' Guard", but confirmation of this would be nice. I was under the impression that the badge should have a red centre, but maybe there were variations. This badge is in brass. Any comments would be appreciated. Brian [attachmentid=25765]
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