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Congratulations on putting a name on this outstanding bar!!

Would you mind posting a bigger picture of this medal bar?

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Congratulations on putting a name on this outstanding bar!!

Would you mind posting a bigger picture of this medal bar?

Hello turtle, if You click on the picture it will be increased.

Gruß

Andreas

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. :love::love::love:

George Seymour would be proud of you!

Thank You very much for this compliment, it makes me a little bit proud.

On this way I wan´t to say thanks to all Research Gnomes for their essential work

Thanks

Andreas

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The return of the Rickmeister has certainly brought some life back to the Imperial Section of GMIC.

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Another court service medal bar, but not as old as the initial entry one. 5a7699cd3107a_medalbar12place.jpg.e58ed3d32932825b1dce6b716f891409.jpg

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On 28/03/2019 at 12:14, eurorders said:

Another court service medal bar, but not as old as the initial entry one. 5a7699cd3107a_medalbar12place.jpg.e58ed3d32932825b1dce6b716f891409.jpg

What is the last medal?

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If I recall this group correctly,  a silver Ottoman  Sanayi Medal. 

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Can anyone shed some light on why this bar has an officer's peacetime Saxe-Ernestine Order but only an enlisted man's SCG War Medal for WW1?

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Does seem a bit weird. Possibly a civil servant who later became a 'Frontschwein'?

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5 hours ago, redeagleorder said:

Can anyone shed some light on why this bar has an officer's peacetime Saxe-Ernestine Order but only an enlisted man's SCG War Medal for WW1?

The duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha gave his house order liberally to his former people even after 1918. Therefore it´s quite possible, that a servant or someone similar later in a lower middle-sized class position got the knight 2nd class.

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