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Has it been played with at all? The Bavarian mini doesn't make sense mounted between the PCO3wX and SAO2wX. Note also we have RAO3wX, PCO3wX but no corresponding Colonial service medal. If the EK2 is a 1914 then where's the China/Africa medal(s)?

Now, it's always possible he left off all campaign medals...... but the placement of the BMVO3(4?)mK still doesn't make sense...

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Red Eagle and Crowns 3rd Class X for field officers pre-war (no XXV, colonial medals, 1897 Centenary...) or wartime geriatric desk retreads (PLM? :rolleyes: ) yet an Albert Knight 2nd for Lieutenants... does not compute. That an LD1 on the end or an RAO4 turned around?

This is simply a parts assemblage. Very NICE parts, but not a real group.

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