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Hallo Unna :beer:

with the Bear Motif in the center I would say it has a BERLIN connection.

Not sure if there is any connection but a Google search brings up:

IAV GmbH, Ingenieurgesellschaft, Auto und Verkehr, Carnotstrasse 1, 10587 BERLIN, GERMANY.

Phone: +49 30 39978-0, Fax: +49 30 39978-9790, E-mail: contact@iav.de

Which seems to have some connection to Auto Engineering :unsure:

The Crown on the top reminds me of an Italian Design.

Kevin in Deva. :beer:

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Hi,

I think, it is not Berlin, it is in Switzerland, Bern (or Z?rich).

And I.A.V. is for: Internationaler Artisten- und Musiker-Verband "Sicher wie Jold"

See here, on page 30 you can see such a decoration, with crown and skull :D :

http://www.sicherwiejold.ch/willkommen/ind...8&Itemid=30

Explanation:

I.A.V. = Internationaler Artisten- und Musiker-Verband

S.W.J. = Sicher wie Jold

F?r gute Leistungen = for excellence

II. Kl. = 2nd class

And please see here:

http://gmic.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=17981&hl=

Regards

Uwe

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Hello Kevin, hello Uwe,

thanks for your help... :beer:

@Uwe: great work ! yes i think this will be right ...

I have never seen this Award before.

Thanks for your helps (so i will post this answer at forum-der-wehrmacht)

sunny greetings from Unna

und Uwe ein Krombacher extra ;-)

FRank

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Hello Kevin, hello Uwe,

thanks for your help... :beer:

@Uwe: great work ! yes i think this will be right ...

I have never seen this Award before.

Thanks for your helps (so i will post this answer at forum-der-wehrmacht)

sunny greetings from Unna

und Uwe ein Krombacher extra ;-)

Uwe,

I accept that by porpulation it is likely to be Bern but could it not be St Gallen or even Appenzel both of which have bears on their arms (although due to viele Schutzfesten (some unofficial) the poor old bears are pretty well extinct in the wilds of Switzerland).

Paul

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Hello Paul,

thanks for your?objection.

I had send an email to this union (Internationaler Artisten- und Musiker-Verband "Sicher wie Jold").

If they can?t answer my questions who then else ? :(

greeting from Unna?(meanwhile?with?rain)

FRank

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