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Servus together,

 

For those who do not know me, my name is Walter and I'm from Bavaria / Germany. My main collection area is the Bavarian military merit medal (bravery medal).

My english is rather bad but i do my best to be understood. So far, I am registered in the SDA (collectors' association of German awards) and in the MFF (Militaria Fundforum). I am glad that I am allowed to be here too and I am also looking forward to many interesting discussions

Best regards

Walter

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Servus Andreas, Servus Chris.

Vielen Dank für die freundliche Begrüßung. Habe schon gesehen, dass jede Menge bekannte Gesichter hier sind. Ich glaube, Chris hat damals die O.schnalle mit der s/v Medaille bei ebay gekauft?

Bis dann und viele Grüße

Walter

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