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Heiko and Stogie are right!

The fellow added his Ehrenkreuz to his WWI-era medal group. Had it been properly re-mounted, the EKII would be in the first position, followed by the Ehrenkreuz, FAM, and his Sachsen LS Medal.

I have seen other bars like this with economical additions to the bar added by the recipient. Sometimes, pieces of metal or even cardboard were added as a backing to extend the bar. The result isn't pretty, but the fellow wore it with pride. These types of bars are certainly genuine and interesting!

Best regards,

"SPM"

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Heiko and Stogie are right!

The fellow added his Ehrenkreuz to his WWI-era medal group. Had it been properly re-mounted, the EKII would be in the first position, followed by the Ehrenkreuz, FAM, and his Sachsen LS Medal.

I have seen other bars like this with economical additions to the bar added by the recipient. Sometimes, pieces of metal or even cardboard were added as a backing to extend the bar. The result isn't pretty, but the fellow wore it with pride. These types of bars are certainly genuine and interesting!

Best regards,

"SPM"

Thanks to all of you :D

Miguel

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