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I search the web and found that the price range of Lifesaving Medal: Prussian M1833-1918 is very large. I found a deal ask for 160 euro for one but I found another one ask for 450 euro for one.

Could anyone tell me why did they have such large different in price?

Thanks

BP

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If you search on "lifesaving" on the top of main page (for the whole website-- some may be in a Third Reich section or under Individual Research etc etc) the various threads where we've shown what we have will come up.

Hi Rick

Thank you.

I searched but I just found something talking about different variations in between WWI and WWII. For Prussian M1833-1918's variations, I can't found.

Cheers

BP

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Hi Rick

Thank you.

I searched but I just found something talking about different variations in between WWI and WWII. For Prussian M1833-1918's variations, I can't found.

Cheers

BP

There are two main sources in German about these medals (first in a journal, second in a book):

Lothar Tewes

in "Beitr?ge zur brandenburg-preu?ischen Numismatik" Heft Nr. 2 1995

"Die preu?ischen Rettungs- und Erinnerungsmedaillen von 1833 bis 1918"

Friedhelm Beyrei?

"Rettungsmedaillen Deutscher Staaten 1782-1918" Norderstedt 2006

Best regards, Komtur.

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There are two main sources in German about these medals (first in a journal, second in a book):

Lothar Tewes

in "Beitr?ge zur brandenburg-preu?ischen Numismatik" Heft Nr. 2 1995

"Die preu?ischen Rettungs- und Erinnerungsmedaillen von 1833 bis 1918"

Friedhelm Beyrei?

"Rettungsmedaillen Deutscher Staaten 1782-1918" Norderstedt 2006

Best regards, Komtur.

Hi Komtur

Thank you very much. It is very very useful to me.

Cheers

BP

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