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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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And for education reasons , the backside !

Don´t you just love Epson ?   :love:  :love:

Christer

Yes, I do!

And it's a really nice small bar, especially for someone like me who also try to collect lippe! So congratulation to this and...cheers  :cheers:

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westfale

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Gentlemen,

Here is a mini nc bar which I bought many years ago from George Seymour. Unfortunately, even George’s best efforts failed to identify the owner.

Regards,

Wild Card

A ten-medal, mini, FRACK bar! It's a pity we can't find out who this guy(?) was. I would think he was really out in the social circuit with this chest apparel.

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Gentlemen,

Here is a mini nc bar which I bought many years ago from George Seymour. Unfortunately, even George’s best efforts failed to identify the owner.

Regards,

Wild Card

Surely with all these upcomming rolls this should be "easy" right? Any chance?

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And a new non combat ribbon bar to the collection :cheers: They are far between .....

But here a Bavarian ?

Ludwig Kreuz - EhrenKreuz - RettungsM - Luftschutz

To bad its impossible to id such a bar, I would love to hear his story :rolleyes:

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Ha! I have that one in my files.

As I recall RR identified it as a navy deck officer harbor beamter/engineer/ordinance type who got bumped up upon demobilization. One on 3,000 military noncom. EK2s.

There was a bunch of fantastic Kiel senior navy NCOs portraits published on the WAF @ 10 years ago wearing their newly awarded noncom Ek2s @ 1918. they were all "Ludwing Mueller, harbor engineer" or Felix Schmidt, navy architect". etc.

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Ha! I have that one in my files.

As I recall RR identified it as a navy deck officer harbor beamter/engineer/ordinance type who got bumped up upon demobilization. One on 3,000 military noncom. EK2s.

There was a bunch of fantastic Kiel senior navy NCOs portraits published on the WAF @ 10 years ago wearing their newly awarded noncom Ek2s @ 1918. they were all "Ludwing Mueller, harbor engineer" or Felix Schmidt, navy architect". etc.

Thanks Ulsterman!:cheers:

Best regards,

Tom

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