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Nice! Was it identified to a wearer?


I actually never actively wanted one... but then the chance popped up.... it is a small group of documents and the only award with it is the cross.

I will post the whole group some time in the future, partially because I want to show exactly what is "there"... incase 10 years down the road someone else gts offered it with EK1 and 2 etc. etc...


Anyway... for now I am happy and can do some research....

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Very nice award.
Every Godet minis collector should have one too...

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Hello Chris.

My very favorite decoration and regrettably much neglected. I was fortunate to obtain two, one with the document but uncertain whether the two belong together and the other in a case.

But one that got away years ago with all medals and documents. Cannot forget...

Thanks to everyone for showing.

Bernhard H. Holst

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