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You are right Rick, Santa comes earlier this year.

I have two more photo. First one is the Generalmajor Goerg Postel who received during WW1 the following orders : SH3, SA3bX, EK2, RE3X.

During WW2, he received the oak leaves to his knight cross.

Christophe

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Yiyiyi...

"9" takes us nowhere... it must refer to a Brigade or ???????????

That generic M1915 tunic doesn't help BUT--

note that there are TWO layers of different underlay under his Hauptmann/Rittmeister shoulder boards-- a Waffenfarbe and a second layer. No collar Litzen...

1) SA3bX or SA3aX

2) EK2

3) Must be SLD2-- he's got to be a RESERVE Captain (I am positive there are 2 pips there on his boards)

4) ?

5) BMV4X

60 Hmmm...... HT? OK2?

Will work on this offline.

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He's almost certainly a Rittmeister dR--

The double Waffenfarbe/Vorstoss is our only clue-- confined to SchRgt 108, many (not all) cavalry units, and Pioneers (thought that would be the other way around with the black plush darkest on bottom not top...

I've found two more Saxon "9" units-- Ersatz Regiment 9 Though I cannot find what division that was in) and Reserve Ulanen-Schützen Regiment 9 in 8. Kavallerie Division.

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