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I recently posted this little group in another thread; but felt that for the benefit of those of us who really appreciate minis, it should make an appearance here as well.

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Nice Halbmond minis (and full sizes) set!

Btw, I would like to find the collector who bought this Halbmond mini on Godet & Sohn button in May Auction of Leipziger Muenzhandlung. I´d really like to know which type of button it was.

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Nice Halbmond minis (and full sizes) set!

Btw, I would like to find the collector who bought this Halbmond mini on Godet & Sohn button in May Auction of Leipziger Muenzhandlung. I´d really like to know which type of button it was.

Thank you for your compliments Kasle, yes would be nice to have that halbmond button in my collection as well!

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Nice set of minis.

I have never seen that many Halbmond minis in the same place,

at the same time before.

Well Done.

Thank you for your compliments Greg, I have one more Halbomnd mini chain coming in, will add it later this week as well!

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Very nice stuff guys.

Dedehansen, can you please show the reverse of the non-combatant EK2? Or tell us: does it have a maker on the back?

Best,

Streptile

Hi Streptile,

there is only a hallmark Dep. on the inside bridge.

KR

Andreas

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Godet piece is really the most detailed of them all, even more detailed than most of the full size TWM I have seen.

That is what makes Godet miniatures the best of all.

This one just came in yesterday - EK2 1914 and Austrian MVK III. class with Kriegsdekoration III. class. Outstanding detail on 15 mm mini with combined red and white enamelling.

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Very nice.

It's been a couple years sense my last mini purchase.

They seem to be getting harder to find and prices have

gone crazy.........and don't even get my started on all the

fakes :angry:

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Nice! I've searched the internet for comprehensive information regarding the various models of this exquisite decoration, but still haven't found what I'm looking for. The Nimmergut catalogue is difficult decipher. Any suggestions?

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