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Found this on a coin collector site . Paid around $40 ! I had No idea it was a named one ! Always liked  them . Also seems to be original ribbon.
anyone have the Hannover 1865 state and court handbook ? Please can you check to see if he is listed ? 

F. ALBRECHT  

 

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Hi,

they used the word "Kronanwalt", based on the British law, for a "Staatsanwalt". In 1963 Hannover was a kingdom; they lost this "title" after the war from 1866.

Please switch in the link to the English version.

Uwe

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I don't want to be a spoilsport, but why do we assume this Langensalza medal is to the mentioned attorney, and not to some enlisted man who of course would not appear in a states handbook? Albrecht is no uncommon surname in northern Germany. I'm not saying it couldn't be his - but neither do I see a reason to think it is, to be honest!

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6 hours ago, saschaw said:

I don't want to be a spoilsport, but why do we assume this Langensalza medal is to the mentioned attorney, and not to some enlisted man who of course would not appear in a states handbook? Albrecht is no uncommon surname in northern Germany. I'm not saying it couldn't be his - but neither do I see a reason to think it is, to be honest!

I figured ? 
thanks scott

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Interesting subject!

I had no idea that named could be listed in the above mentioned book.

I have a medal named to “H V Rohden”.

Any chance of him being in the book?

 

Bjorn

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