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In exactly a month from now, the doors for the 42nd International Collectors' Convention at Gunzenhausen will open.

The show is considered Germany's No. 1 and one of the best in Europe, if you're going for orders and decorations.

I will be having a table as well, of course, and would look forward to meet some of you fellow Gentlemen again.

Check here for the organizers' additional information, e. g. some requirements due to the current pandemic.

Also, please watch out for further announcements. We are all hoping the best, but other shows have been already been canceled.

In case that should happen to "Gunze" as well, I'll add the information to this thread as soon as possible...

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Hello,

I will have my table in Gunzenhausen as well, and I'll be glad to shake hands (is that still authorized?) or just say hello to fellow collectors.

Let's hope that everything would  go smoothly with this epidemic...

All the best,

Enzo (E.L.)

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Hello,

I have to give an update: sorry to say, I've just received news from the Gunzenhausen's show's organization, that the event was cancelled, due to the current, sanitary situation.

Let's hope that things would improve soon...

All the best,

Enzo (E.L.)

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Hello,

the world is strange...

this morning a german colleague, collector of orders and decorations, called me informing that the Gunzenhausen show is taking place, although with less exhibitors: does anyone know more about this curious thing?

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Hi Elmar,

the show was cancelled and there was defenitly no show in Gunzenhausen. But there was a non public and privatley held convention of the BHMA. About 60 to 80 people were there and after 5 hours all was over. We all hope that next year Gunzenhausen will happen again with all of us.

kind regards

Stephan

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I want to see the pictures of the medals at the scene. Have you taken photos?

23 hours ago, BlackcowboyBS said:

Hi Elmar,

the show was cancelled and there was defenitly no show in Gunzenhausen. But there was a non public and privatley held convention of the BHMA. About 60 to 80 people were there and after 5 hours all was over. We all hope that next year Gunzenhausen will happen again with all of us.

kind regards

Stephan

 

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