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Hello Gentlemen,

I have not seen this style of medals offered for sale with any regularity so I thought I would share a few of mine for your viewing pleasure! Was this style popular with the soldiers in W.W. 2 as well? I do not believe I have ever seen a W.W. 2 period photo of them being worn. Does anyone have a photo you would like to share?

Are they considered desirable to medal collectors?

My favorite mini is the Red Eagle Order, it is actually hand painted. Yes, the mini is hand painted. the artwork is very impressive. Just can't beat those Germans for fine craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Enjoy & Happy Hunting!

Vince

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Hello Gentlemen,

I have not seen this style of medals offered for sale with any regularity so I thought I would share a few of mine for your viewing pleasure! Was this style popular with the soldiers in W.W. 2 as well? I do not believe I have ever seen a W.W. 2 period photo of them being worn. Does anyone have a photo you would like to share?

Are they considered desirable to medal collectors?

My favorite mini is the Red Eagle Order, it is actually hand painted. Yes, the mini is hand painted. the artwork is very impressive. Just can't beat those Germans for fine craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Enjoy & Happy Hunting!

Vince

3medallapelchainwd9.th.jpg

6medallapelchainqa6.th.jpg

8medallapelchainlf5.th.jpg

lapelchainsetwith5medalja4.th.jpg

matchedsetxw4.th.jpg

mine1300gg6.th.jpg

Hi,My neme is Noki Matsumoto,Good !! Your nice SET collections :cheers:

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