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had this and a small messy little homemade bar !with ek2 and lion order ribbon ! sold off homemade bar but keep lion order and envolope! named to Leutnant d.res. hans Hasse in reserve infanterie regiment nr. 82 been looking for a piece of ribbon for it ! anybody know were I can get a piece of original ribbon?

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had this and a small messy little homemade bar !with ek2 and lion order ribbon ! sold off homemade bar but keep lion order and envolope! named to Leutnant d.res. hans Hasse in reserve infanterie regiment nr. 82 been looking for a piece of ribbon for it ! anybody know were I can get a piece of original ribbon?

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Has you considered to sell it or to trade it???

Miguel

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I am currently re-working the late Erhard Roth's published partial Baden rolls. With the assistance of the other Reserach Gnomes (especially Christophe), very likely will be able to add something... in time.

That's the whole point in us publishing the award rolls with additional personal data on the recipients, as we have done with the first five volumes. :rolleyes:

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