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Hi Greg!

I am also more a butt-fetisch than a titts-pervert... ;)

Some of mines... I am still looking for a couple EK1 with a special reverse configuration. EKs are always very much fun to collect; a simple cross with a terrific design (created by great German Architect Schinkel) and character that is still very attractive, also 200 years after its creation.

Still surpasses with his classy looks 99% of all medals created after it, IMHO...

C

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Hi Jock,

It's quite complicated for me to explain, even more in English... practically there are the discs on the reverse are attached to two rivets and by opening (moving up) the top part, you can then remove the two discs and so fix it to a tunic, that has to have 2 holes in it to fit the rivets.

I hope I was clear enough.

ciao,

Claudio

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