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Heres my only two piece bar...a salty ribbon on the HK

I do have a three piece set of EKII, Wurtt silver bravery medal and HK, it came with ribbon bar, but the medals were loose, i am looking for a parade mount bar for these three, if anyone has one to sell please let me know, Thanks!

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Very nice to look at guys. All I need to do now is actually work out what they all are. Good job my interest is in other things else I could probably locate a few of these through my german work colleague. Mind you I have enough to spend my money on!

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Matt Gibbs

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Hmmmmm, so many familiar items......... I think I might have to change my handle after all these years.... I suspect "Santa Claus" will do nicely!

Hmmmmm, I think your right there Rick biggrin.gif So maybe you can find some more amongst my small selection of bars. I'm being lazy here .... showing them in the Riker cases I keep them in wink.gif

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, so that's where they went! love.gifjumping.gif  Very nice, Mike.

What is the backing material in your Riker mounts?

Thanks Bob, Santa Stoggie is good to us all and it's just like Christmas when you open the arrived packet jumping.gif

I know it doesn't look that great, display wise, but I always place my bars on acid free tissue paper, just to be on the safe side.

Here's a few more ... but this time with an incomplete 5x Saxon bar at the bottom.

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