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Iron Cross 2nd Class 1914

Order of Hohenzollern, Knight's Cross with Swords

Albert Order, Officer's Cross with Swords

Friedrich Cross

Hindenburg Cross for Combatants

Order of the Crown, 4th Class

Wilhelm I Centenary Medal 1797-1897

Military Long Service Cross for Twenty-Five Years

Order of the White Elephant, 5th Class

 

it seems a very nice one with an unusual (for a german officer) siam award .... I like what I see. but, do you think it's a good one? may somebody identify its owner?

 

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Great job Komtur!

What a nice mini set.  The medal bar must be a really stunning one to look at as well.  I have always wondered what these officers did to receive the Siam award. 

 

Is this mini set yours pep?  Let me know if you find it's big brother medal bar (or ribbon bar).  I have space in my case for this one!

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41 minutes ago, Claudius said:

Great job Komtur!

What a nice mini set.  The medal bar must be a really stunning one to look at as well.  I have always wondered what these officers did to receive the Siam award. 

 

Is this mini set yours pep?  Let me know if you find it's big brother medal bar (or ribbon bar).  I have space in my case for this one!

not yet, claudius. I hope will be soon.

thanks for info, Komtur. good job.

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15 hours ago, pep said:

not yet, claudius. I hope will be soon.

 

Great!  Post it again when you do.  Front and back.

I have seen the White Elephant on other medal bars and I think they are a really cool-looking award.  They are a delight to see on the end of a medal bar. 

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