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Hi Gents,

some time ago I got parts of the estate from Leutnant Willy Schüle

which I want to share with you.

His first ribbon bar with IC 2 and Ritterkreuz 2nd class from the

Württembergian Friedrichordens with swords.

Schüle Willy 001 d.JPG

Regards
Andreas

The next two ribbon bars with added Hindycross 

Schüle Willy 001 e.JPG

Schüle Willy 001 f.JPG

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14 hours ago, Stogieman said:

Nice group, maybe his updated bar is floating around out there somewhere.

Thanks Rick,

I don´t think, that there is another medal bar from him out there somewhere,

I got a lot of stuff from the family beginning around 1840 and ending 1943.

Regards

Andreas

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On ‎5‎/‎28‎/‎2016 at 10:17, dedehansen said:

Thanks Claudius,

unfortunately he didn´t update his medal bar

Schüle Willy 001 a.JPG

Schüle Willy 001 b.JPG

Regards
Andreas

Hmmm..stopped updating his medal bar around mid 1938.  It is still a fine looking medal bar and at least we know that he also earned two additional awards.

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A very fine group. It also shows nicely the evolution of swords devices on ribbon bars, from the early (very detailed) one on top to the 1943 one with the standard end-of-WW2 (rather cheap looking) ones. I would be curious: could you show us the backs of the ribbon bars to see the progression here?

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5 hours ago, webr55 said:

A very fine group. It also shows nicely the evolution of swords devices on ribbon bars, from the early (very detailed) one on top to the 1943 one with the standard end-of-WW2 (rather cheap looking) ones. I would be curious: could you show us the backs of the ribbon bars to see the progression here?

With pleasure

Schüle Willy 001 j.JPG

Regards
Andreas

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