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Dear all,
Please see the attached photo’s. A recently received Bavarian ribbon bar picked up at auction. All parts are UV negative. Paul C. already had a look at it and did a quick check for a name but was not able to find one, so I’m posting it here for additional help. All help much appreciated 🙂👍
Best, Peter



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2 hours ago, Daniel Krause said:

Very nice bar!



Theodor Wiegand,

bavarian Hauptmann der Landwehr, prussian geheimer Regierungsrat.




Bar is made by Godet.




Daniel, that's very cool :cheers: many thanks :cheers:

It's a real coincidence, I've been an amateur archeologist for over 25 years... very cool to read about his archaeological exploits :jumping:

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