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On ‎19‎/‎10‎/‎2017 at 07:54, Sampo said:

And one more Dutch army bar with service in Lebanon, former Yugoslavia and the Gulf war 1991.

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What an amazing variation of awards.  I like the combination of US Joint Service awards.  Very attractive bars everyone.

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On 04/01/2021 at 12:51, Sampo said:

Hi Herman,

Maybe J. Le Heux from the Dutch Artillery?

Cheers

Sampo

Yes, seems to be the one.

Thanks

Herman

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On 23/11/2020 at 19:39, saxcob said:

The medal bar of a servant to Queen Emma who literally served her until the end.

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Do you have a name of the original owner?

The Swedish Vasa-order is very rare with very few awarded. 

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wow this one is a great medal bar and with the merit cross 1.class it should be possible to help to identify the owner. There can't be that many swedish people who recieved it. If you have names I can check if they got the Brunswick merit cross 1st class

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