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Brunswick: Medals of the Napoleonic Wars: Campaign cross 1809.


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Hello Blackcowboy, thanks for your feedback.

Referring to J. Nimmergut: "Deutsche Orden und Ehrenzeichen bis 1945. I.", the horse is an integral part of the medal and does not seam to be soldered. Perhaps a private manufacture? Would you have a photo of such an item?

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41 minutes ago, augustin1813 said:

Hello Blackcowboy, thanks for your feedback.

Referring to J. Nimmergut: "Deutsche Orden und Ehrenzeichen bis 1945. I.", the horse is an integral part of the medal and does not seam to be soldered. Perhaps a private manufacture? Would you have a photo of such an item?

Well one should never believe everything in the Nimmergut books, the honor crosses for 1809 for NCOs have the horses like your cross, the real crosses for the officers have a soldered horse on it. I guess you can see it pretty good on this photo! 

 

 

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