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Gentlemen, I am looking for all awards for Franz Adolf Freiherr von Seckendorff from war beginn 1914 until 1919. Here is what I have up to 1914:

Fürstlich Lippischer Hausorden, Ehrenkreuz III. Klasse (LH.EK3/LH3)

Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Ritterkreuz II. Klasse (HSEH3b/HSH3b)

Fürstlich Schwarzburgisches Ehrenkreuz, III. Klasse (SEK3)

Fürstlich Reußisches Ehrenkreuz, III. Klasse (REK3/REKj3)

Orden Heinrichs des Löwen, Ritter II. Klasse (BrHL3b/BrH3b)

Zentenarmedaille, 1897

Preußisches Dienstauszeichnungskreuz, 1899

Roter Adlerorden, III. Klasse mit der Schleife und der Krone

Preußischer Kronenorden, III. Klasse

Orden der Eisernen Krone (Österreich), Ritter III. Klasse (ÖEK3)

Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Komturkreuz II. Klasse (HSEH2b/HSH2b)

Verdienstorden Philipps des Großmütigen, Komtur I. Klasse (HP2a)

Orden der Krone Siams, Kommandeurkreuz (SK3)

Osmanie-Orden, III. Klasse (TO3)

Medschidie-Orden, II. Klasse (TM2)

Hausorden Albrechts des Bären, Kommandeurkreuz II. Klasse (AB2b)

Preußischer Kronenorden, II. Klasse

Roter Adlerorden, II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub

Eisernes Kreuz (1914), II. und I. Klasse (picture 1915)

Roter-Adler-Orden, Großkreuz mit Krone und Schwertern am Ring (picture 1915)


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Hallo Deutschritter,


Thats not an RAO around his neck, but a Württemberg crown.

here I can add someof his WW1 stuff:


Hohenzollern Komtur with swords

Bav. MVO 2 with star and swords

Lübeck Hanseatic cross

Saxon Albert Grand Ctross with swords

Ernestinian Grand cross with swords

Meiningen war merit cross

Schaumburg cross for loyal service

Württemberg Crown Commander with star and swords

Austrian Military merit cross 2nd class with war decoration


Best regards from Potsdam


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Dear Daniel, maybe you could also help me with Johann Max Simoneit. Here is what I have:

Eisernes Kreuz (1914), II. Und I. Klasse

Verwundetenabzeichen (1918) in Silber

Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer

Wiederholungsspange (1939) zum Eisernen Kreuz II. und I. Klasse (1914)

Spange (1939) zum EK II (1914) im Juni 1942

Spange (1939) zum EK I (1914) am 7. Juli 1944

Verwundetenabzeichen (1939) in Gold

Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes am 23. Juni 1944 als Hauptmann der Reserve und Chef der Stabskompanie/Grenadier-Regiment 919/709. Infanterie-Division

Looking at his ribbon bar, he had a few more decorations, but I cannot identify them.


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