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H. Werner

Kaiserl. Hofjuwelier

Berlin W.8

173 Friedrichstr. 173

Framed in gold

Gold on black cloth

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As above but longer.

Orden

Spezial Haus

Dresden-A.1

Liliengasse 2

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Carl Precht

Naumburg a/s.

Markt 10

within red wavy frame

Red on white cloth

Stitched on right and left sides

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Yet a third type of the same medal bar tailor.

F. Sedlatzek

Berlin W.8.

Leipzigerstr. 108

White on black cloth

Stitched on four sides.

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Here is another:

Friedr. Sedlatzek

Berlin S.W.68

Friedrichstr. 205

Silver letters on black

1 x 3. cm

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That's interesting as it's a different address. I wonder why they moved? Bombed? Does anyone know? Thanks for posting and supporting this thread. : )

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Godet variation.

J. Godet & Sohn

Konigl. Hofjuweliere

Berlin W. Charlottenstr. 55

Gold on black cloth

stitched on four sides.

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Two more Godet variations

Top:

J.J. Werner

Godet-Werner

J. Godet & Sohn A.G.

Hof-Juweliere. gegr. 1761.

Berlin. Friedrichstr. 173.

Gold on Black

Stitched on left and right sides

Bottom:

J. H. Werner

Godet-Werner

J. Godet & Sohn A.G.

Hof-Juweliere. gegr. 1761

Gold on black cloth

Stitched on four sides

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StrassburgerHutlager

HALLEa.S.

LeipsigerStr.14

Within white Art Neuveau frame

White print on black

Appears to be glued on

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C. G. Ulrich

?

?

Gold on white cloth

Stitched on two sides.

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Otto Banse

F. Stempe-Wunsche

Berlin N. 24

Friedrichstr. 122/123

White on black cloth

Stitched on

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And yet again another Godet variation with white on black cloth.

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Max Reich

Breslau I

Ring Nr. 55

within wavy frame

Gold on blue cloth

Stitched on top four sides

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A variation

Gust. Uhlig

Orden u. Ehrenzeichen

Halle S.

between two gold lines to the right and left.

Gold on black cloth

Stitched on four sides

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Adolf Volker

Militar Effecten

Gotha

Erfurterstrasse 17

Orange/gold on black cloth

between two horizontal lines

stitched at four corners

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F. Brisch Sohn Nachflg

? Franz Ackermann

? ? ?

Koblenz ?

? ?

Ink stamp

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C. G. Ulrich

Nachfolger

Hamburg

within gold frame

Gold on black cloth

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Chemnitz

H. Illigens

Kronen -Str. 20

Black on white cloth

stitched on four sides

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Brookmann

Westmann

Dresden A.1. Schlopstr.15

RUF 13788

Silver on black cloth

Stitched on four sides

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R. Dubel

Braunschweig

Gold on white cloth

stitched on four sides

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F.A.

Scharttenberg

?

?

Dresden

Within oval frame with crest at top

Gold on black cloth

Stitched on

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