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A very nice ribbon bar combo.

The holes are most likely for Wehrmacht Long Service devices rather than any other kind of long service imo....hard to say whether Heer or Luftwaffe.

Best wishes

Matt

I agree. Offhand, I can't think of any other scenarios where you would have two long service ribbons on a bar, whereupon both would have had a device. (I can think of some scenarios where one might have a device, and the other not.)

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I'd think even if the swords are gold, he had more likely a knight's cross 2nd class, as the bar totally looks like a WW1 junior officer's.

Two blue ribbons with (missing) devices are most likely a Wehrmacht duo - be it Army, Navy or Luftwaffe. Other scenarios might be one Wehrmacht award with a Treudienst-Ehrenzeichen, if he switched between military and civil state service.

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