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Hi Friends,

as Rick would say, one of my 47 parallel projects is an upgrade of the existing Roll for the House Order of Hohenzollern with swords.

For that I need Your help to improve the list. From the old list done by Willi Geile I could already erase a lot of mistakes and add around 150 more recipients. But that is not enough. We want to be close to perfect.

Please assist me and show me Your documents, bars, portraits from Your collections.

Thanks a lot

Daniel

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@ Daniel: do not hesitate to ask me if you need more pictures either for your publications or for your researchs.

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