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To revive this old topic, this popped up at the SOS this weekend:

Indeed I did. It is now residing in my gun safe.

Gentlemen, I can tell you that you have to see this bar (in person) to really appreciate it. Congratulations Beau! :cheers:

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Hi Odulf,

Prussian unidentified Military Official.

Not anymore: ;) Rechnungsrath und Intendantur-Sekretär Julius Fromm of the Garde-Kavallerie-Division bwtween 1885 and 1888. He received an RAO4 on 19 September 1888.

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Glenn

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Oddly enough..... this is the third time these bars have come into my hands in the last twelve years. I think now they shall stay for good.

These are great Rick. You are right to hold on to them.;)

What is the 5th ribbon on the second ribbon bar?

Thanks

Matt

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Oddly enough..... this is the third time these bars have come into my hands in the last twelve years. I think now they shall stay for good.

Those are beautiful Rick. I like the second bar, with the Lifesaving Medal. The third bar is beyond beautiful!

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Very nice! Some sort of higher official?

Thanks. I have no additional info, but surely this wasn´t common guy. For me this spange is very special because it combines three of my collecting obsessions -

1. Non com

2. EK

3. on Godet button

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Here's an interesting one to a man who served overseas or at least supported the overseas campaigns from the Fatherland.

Definitely the latter, I'd say.

Is the AEZ made from zinc? Could you please show better pictures? Thanks!

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