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Very Nice Collection, I hope to find some old medal bars from Iraq. I am so looking forward for the market to open up to them, thank you for sharing your collection:)

Lorenzo

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Hi Gary,

This forum never ceases to amaze me. For some reason I missed your inital posts so this is the fist Ive seen them.

What a great collection! :jumping:

Thanks for posting them.

Regards

Brian

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Very nice collection. You're the prove that medal bars are addictive!

This kind of stuff is a great passion of mine, but I had to let my collection go few years back to focus on my major interest.

But it is always nice to see a collection like yours!

Thanks for sharing,

Douglas

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Italian Africa Campaign. This bar came from the veterans family and all of the associated paperwork.

Great bar, Gary. Was the recipient a member of the Luftwaffe? I ask becuase I don't think I've seen the Italo-German Medal awarded to anyone in the Heer or KM.

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Great bar, Gary. Was the recipient a member of the Luftwaffe? I ask becuase I don't think I've seen the Italo-German Medal awarded to anyone in the Heer or KM.

Hi Brian,

Yes the recipient of the bar was a member of the Luftwaffe; Hauptmann Jacob Schmidt was a flak officer. The bar was part of a grouping which included his soldbuch and other awards. All were split up in an auction. I treid to get as much of the grouping as possible but was only successful on the bar. I did manage to print off the soldbuch from the auction sitre which shows his awards of all the medals on this bar.

Gary B

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