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The book is truly a must even for those of us not to interest in Waldeck ?o ne of the best researched topics. The book is basically the reworked issue which was printed as one of the very first monographs on a single topic like this.

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Hi Andreas,

what is that beautifulllll :speechless1::speechless1: medal on the cover of the book, left-under?

Thanks,

David

PS one other question on the medalbars you used to own, at the second one, the Waldeck order is on a Reuss ribbon (Gold with black-red-gold) whilst the Reuss Cross is at the Waldeck ribbon, right?

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PS one other question on the medalbars you used to own, at the second one, the Waldeck order is on a Reuss ribbon (Gold with black-red-gold) whilst the Reuss Cross is at the Waldeck ribbon, right?

David, no, that would be the Waldeck "Long Service Cross", which came in 3 grades, this being the lowest grade. There is a fully enameled one and a neck badge as pictured on the book cover, middle.

The medal on the lower left corner is either the Arts & Science medal or Part of the House order 1st model.

By the way, Tim Eriksen has these books for sale in the US.

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The actual author of the book has some books left for sale.

If you like to contact him directly for a signed example:

Gert Efler

Weimarer Str.8

D 34613 Schwalmstadt

Germany

Fax: +49 (6691) 72303

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