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What's the number, 386293?

I'm no expert but it's got some good things going for it (if the number's right).

And yes, there are many fake OG3s.

Any chance of some less shakey images? Focus particularly on the obverse center medaillion.

BTW, anybody notice the cavalier set on US eBay? $12k

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What's the number, 386293?

I'm no expert but it's got some good things going for it (if the number's right).

And yes, there are many fake OG3s.

Any chance of some less shakey images? Focus particularly on the obverse center medaillion.

BTW, anybody notice the cavalier set on US eBay? $12k

hi Eric, i noticed the cavalier OG group....wish i had the dosh to buy it (sigh)..wonder what the final bid will be

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Dear Charles,

I think, that item is problem free and in a very typical - or even above average - condition of preservation, which shows good details.

I don't think, that the Glory 3cl - not so the 1cl or 2cl! - is widely faked, because the market value is still far too low.

Glories are always very interesting for research, because they are pure battle awards to rank and file soldiers or NCOs for actions in the line of fire :D .

Best regards :beer:

Christian

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