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andreas-

"zimmerman excavations"?

can you elaborate?

thanks!

joe

The old factory of Zimmermann was basically excavated. The left overs were taken out of the ground and sold. Lots of stuff, all semifinish, finish medals etc. But all damaged and burned in various degrees.

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Sorry to say, but there are a few missing, e.g. life savings medal ribbon, or three times white and black striped ribbon for repetitive bravery.

Sash ribbon for the grand cross is not correct either. That would be the first class sash.

Yet, very nice presentation!

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Sorry to say, but there are a few missing, e.g. life savings medal ribbon, or three times white and black striped ribbon for repetitive bravery.

Sash ribbon for the grand cross is not correct either. That would be the first class sash.

Yet, very nice presentation!

Agreed, a very nice presentation.

To your point, the Grand Cross sash should look more like this

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Sorry to say, but there are a few missing, e.g. life savings medal ribbon, or three times white and black striped ribbon for repetitive bravery.

Sash ribbon for the grand cross is not correct either. That would be the first class sash.

Yet, very nice presentation!

Hello, thanks very much both of you,I'm just an amateur.

Yes I have forgotten the three times white and black striped ribbon:

I think this is the correct one.

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About the sash, in the beggining I made it as Wild shows in his photo, but afterwards I thought there was some kind of mistake in my model and the sash was from St. Stanislav order and not for the red eagle one :speechless: :

Now I have not doubst :) Thanks again.

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Medalnet, I'm a fan of your web, congratulations for it.

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