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Hello,

I don't think that these Austrian decorations could be considered as a group (belonged to a single person, I mean).

They count some pieces from the 1st Republic and the Hungarian Regency, plus a cross that's unknown to me (that silver/white enamelled cross with the eagle's head), possibly a private decoration.

Best wishes,

Enzo

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Hello,

I don't think that these Austrian decorations could be considered as a group (belonged to a single person, I mean).

They count some pieces from the 1st Republic and the Hungarian Regency, plus a cross that's unknown to me (that silver/white enamelled cross with the eagle's head), possibly a private decoration.

Best wishes,

Enzo

Enzo, thanks, what value would you put on it?

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If I was going to give a price on it - probably about $1200-1500. The first set of photos you posted run for about 1000 as a whole set - but like others have said its very unlikely that this came as an award group to one man. Hope that helps. ?

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If I was going to give a price on it - probably about $1200-1500. The first set of photos you posted run for about 1000 as a whole set - but like others have said its very unlikely that this came as an award group to one man. Hope that helps. ?

Thanks Guys...will put on "for Sale/trade"

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The badge on the 3rd picture (top left) is a Hungarian troops officer badge form the period of regency. Officers used to wear with branch color textile (on the back side), but it was not official.

Regards,

Bazsi

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