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Your medal bar with order of St.Anna medal is real cracker! :jumping:

Here is two my bars with hint of Imperial Russia:

Saxony medal bar with "Sa userdije" medal:

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And bar with Order of St. Stanislaus ribbon:

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Very interesting material, Igor Ostapenko. A question and an observation, if I may.

Could you, or anyone else, provide information relative to the gentleman in post #2? The uniform that he is wearing appears to me to be that of some sort of royal (Prussian, I assume) household staff, like a chauffeur.

I agree with VtwinVince that the KVM is a spangenstueck. Also, I find it curious that the ribbon to the KVM is very worn while all other ribbons appear to be quite fresh, even the first two which I would think are more exposed to wear. Just an observation.

All things considered, a beautiful, and certainly unique, bar. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Best wishes,

Wild Card.

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Hello,

I'm sorry , but this medals group not my !

( I post this group becouse of st. Anne medal & I think this group - LEGO ... )

I have only pain picture of Prussian and single st. Anne medal for foregners ...

From 1829 to 1911 yy. 2788 foregners NCO receive st. Anne medals ...

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No, it's not an hallmark. The whole award is gilt brass, the upper ring probably (modern) replaced, and with some scratches and so.

There are probably nicer ones... Anyone? There must be some more out...

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Thanks Sascha. Who knows how many St Anne cross were awarded to German officers ? Thanks

Christophe

I would think, officers got the Order of St.Anne (or others). The medal was for the lower ranks.

Regards, Komtur.

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