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May I present a little lady who has recently emerged from the shadows. She is a miniature of the Prussian Frauen-Verdienstkreuz which was founded on 22 October 1907. She must be quite rare because (1)

I don't collect minis, but here are my nicest examples, a pretty rare VKmdK, and a Kette which belonged to Rittmeister Roger von Boch of Villaroy&Boch fame.

It's nice to see this tread go on. One of my later acquisitions, nothing special, but I really enjoy the ornamented button by Meybauer. Definately the first one for me. I hope you enjoy.

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Fantastic minis everyone. I recognize one or two, which were in my collection and some of you guys have more of my former minis.

Tom, the three-piece Mini-EK is AWESOME. I saw it, but too late, otherwise i would have bought it. Excellent Piece and only the second, i have ever seen.

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Here is the one and only mini I have.It's a Hindenburg cross and Prussian landwehr

long service award.I think these little medals have a great amount of detail considering the size. I was told that it was most likely manufactured between

1934-1938.any ideas on who may of manufactured it?

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Jim P

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wow - as always Andreas has the most impressive pieces!!!! :speechless1::jumping::speechless1::jumping:

Is this wonderful barette from the 1830-50s ? beautiful artwork !!!

Heiko

Thanks guys. I am not sure what timeframe exactly, but definetly arround 1830th. It would be nice to find out about the recipient. yet this might be kind of tough due to the fact that this fellow must have been austrian besides the problem with the grades of those decorations.

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