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Hi everyone, I´m tempted to buy this medal bar, a very good piece of a German-Austria-Bulgaria-Hungary "honor" medals. The medals seems to be original, but i don´t know if the mounting of the bar is genuine. What do you think ?

Thanks a lot.

Stojan.

 

 

 

 

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Usually, what I look for are how neatly the ribbons overlap and how uniformly the ribbons are installed.  Not every assembler of medal bars was as precise and talented as Godet or Sedlatzek.  That does not mean these bars are not original or that they are unworthy of collecting.  Just to be sure, I would check to see if the threads illuminate under a black-light.  Simi.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thank you for your replies, I bought the bar in the morning but I'll ask the seller about other information before paying it. In my opinion it seems good.

Good day !

Stojan.

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Hello, the seller told me that he bought the medal bar to a german collector with other items of the WW1 and the franco-prussian war. He also assure me that the mounting is original, he has  good "reputation" on the site where I bought the bar. To make the last thoughts I have to see it with my own eyes.

 

Stojan.

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