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So beautiful.

On the ring on post 4, there is something silver hallmark and jeweler ? It is possible to have a close up please.

Regards

Christophe

I think it says 800 SILBER :unsure: (but my wife says I do need new glasses) Kevin in Deva. :D

P.S: there is also a mark on the cross in post 1: Grand Commander with Turquoise: Badge

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Here's my example that will probably be part of my site's next update. The Honour Cross 2nd class is the second most "common" class of this order, with nine recipients known. In total, the list of known recipients names 90 persons - for all 27 classes and grades(!) of this order combined. See here for the list published by Dr. Lars Adler in October 2018.

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On 26/12/2019 at 13:01, webr55 said:

And my Star of Brabant ribbon bar to Major dL Hans Eberhardt.

Wow, so cool! That's one I'd consider to keep, although I'm neither collecting Hessen nor Hohenzollern...

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