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the only one of the bars shown that is still mine is the one with the Jerusalem cross, al the others are gone - thank you very much for digging out the pictures!!!

here are some more names of smaller groups missing, maybe I will find some pictures of these later:

Georg Wedekind - Marine-Verwaltungsoberinspektor

Josef Buchauer - Sergeant der Schutztruppe

Karl Hubert - Vizewachtmeister

Otto Beyer - Vizefeldwebel

thanks to all for your great help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are true gentlemen and friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Heiko,

When I look at your medal bars, it hurts me too much to see how a great collection could vanish so quickly.

I really wish with all my heart that you will get your bars back and that the thief/ves will be taken!

I don't think (I don't even want to consider that) that the thieves will be so stupid to take apart the bars. Nowadays such bars, especially the named ones, are a lot more valuable than the single orders & medals added together.

Ciao,

Claudio

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I don't think (I don't even want to consider that) that the thieves will be so stupid to take apart the bars. Nowadays such bars, especially the named ones, are a lot more valuable than the single orders & medals added together.

Ciao,

Claudio

I am sorry Claudio, but I think these impressive bars are not for sale on the normal channels. There would be a too great risk for the thiefes.

Either they rip them apart or someone gave the order for the robbery and is now sitting in his celler with all the fine bars :(:mad:

All the best for you Heiko !!!

greetings

eitze

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AHHHHH thanks for the Sievert bar....... I had all and the mini chain but one of the ribbon bars I gave to Paul because of the good research work we did together...(and of course to keep the ebay costs down...) :blush:

this beautiful bavarian Beamten group is missing too................

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