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I've always been fascinated with issue packets, boxes, cases and such. Some of the rarest Imperial items are the little paper packets medals arrived at the front in. I would venture that 99% of these were instantly tossed!

Here's one from Baden for the General Bravery decoration on the Farl-Friedrich Ribbon for Bravery.

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Saxon Friedrich August Medal in Bronze. Silver came this way as well. Both of these could also be "Private Purchased" from Scharffenberg (Dresden) in at least 2 case styles.

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Hi Jason, I never knew for sure, but it came in together and I hate breaking things up, even packets. I suspect you are probably right. The mark is for the Prussian State Mint... but I do not know if they made WB's

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Unfortunately I cannot post a picture ,but I have a Turkish war medal (eiserner halbmond) packet. Red stiff paper packet with gold coloured crescent and star logo on the front,triangular opening flap on reverse, approx 75mmx75mm. Ferg1.

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Hi everyone,

I have just one Baden Silberne Verdienstmedaillen packet (top right corner, but in good shape :cheers:):

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And FAM with box:

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After 8 months collecting, I dont have many packets but I try to do my best in the future :catjava:

Regards,

Noor :cheers:

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