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Very nice bar Don! :love:;);):cheers:

The Medallion of the BMVO 4. Kl. mit X seems to be in GOLD... I am not a specialist but it looks like a "Gebr. Hemmerle"... or maybe can correct me!

Ciao,

Claudio

It looks like a Weiss & Co. A Gebr. Hemmerle would be marked on the reverse edge of the lower cross arm, which would be a little thicker than on the other arms. The enamel is a deeper blue, as well.

This is a Gebr. Hemmerle piece, but unfortunately I don't have a closer scan:

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Don,

Here's my latest Bavarian Reserve-Offizier medal bar... it's a Godet-mounting!!! Mint... almost the same medals like your bar. Because of the Austrian Milit?rverdienstkreuz 3. Kl. these officers could have served in the same regiment whose chef was the Emperor Franz-Josef I (10th and 13th Bavarian Regiments if I am correct...).

Ciao,

Claudio

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