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Hi Micha,

Do you identify your ribbon bar ? Does it belong to an airman officer ? I have already seen a medal bar with this combos.

A very nice ribbon bar Micha, :jumping::jumping:

Christophe

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only 2 small ones - but i hope you still like them :blush:

christian

Ohhhhh Christian, I LOVEeeeeeeeeee that 4x enamel button hole you have there .... fantastic :jumping:

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hello Gentlemen,

I am "new in town" !

After watching the site for a while I now want to show a little bit from my small collection.

Hope you like it

Bretzen

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.....and one more...

two ribbon bars from the same guy - with a little time between.

Greetings

Bretzen

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My one and only bar. Dunno if the last place is a make-do LS or something completely different

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Welcome Bretzen! An EASY one for poor old Ricky with THAT pair--

there were only 4 WM3 recipients with Southwest service, and the ONLY one who matches was

Heinrich N?rr

born 14 October 1877 Pfitzingen

Fahnenjunker 1.10.97

Leutnant 27.1.99

Oberleutnant 19.08.09

Hauptmann 1,10.13

char. Major aD

He served in 3. (k.w.)/Telegraphen Bn 4, was in Southwest Africa 1905-07,

received WM3 28.1.16

April 1917 commander of Fernsprech Ersatz Abteilung Ulm

?M3K gazetted Personal Nachrichten 21.9.18

I am VERY interested to see that W?rttemberg-- with their INSANE regulations about returning and re-awarding Orders and medals, allowed a COLONIAL WF3bX (that is his Prussian KO4X next to it) to STILL be worn with a World War WF3aX.

Rick

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Some nice and rare ribbons in that one!! :cheers:

That was a nice and unexpected treat. I had bought it as part of a lot, and it was impossible to tell what was what in the photo that accompanied the listing. Once some more Wurttemburg rolls come out, it might be traceable.

Thanks,

--Chris

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Plain and simple: A 1914 volunteer who got the SMMM as an Unteroffizier/Fahnenjunker and the Friedrich Knight as Leutnant.

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One of my favorite states to collect:

1st and 2nd bar: Major Robert Strehle

3rd bar: Generalleutnant Kurt Beuttel

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Edited by Nicolas7507

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