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I saw these pics on a social media forum and share them here as I thought the might be of interest.

Credits go to fellow member Andreas Schulze Ising and @Phil Slack

 

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On 01/08/2020 at 08:45, GdC26 said:

No, but I'd say late 50's/early 60's, from the looks of them.

From what is displayed, I'm pretty sure they are early 40s, if not late 30s. Are there any WW2 era awards displayed, I'm not sure? All I can recognize is pre-war Nazi era stuff, plus older German states' awards, of course. I also find it less likely Steinhauer & Lück would present Nazi awards that public in the young Bundesrepublik.

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17 minutes ago, saschaw said:

From what is displayed, I'm pretty sure they are early 40s, if not late 30s. Are there any WW2 era awards displayed, I'm not sure? All I can recognize is pre-war Nazi era stuff, plus older German states' awards, of course. I also find it less likely Steinhauer & Lück would present Nazi awards that public in the young Bundesrepublik.

I think you are correct, Sascha.

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