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Hello,

Thanks Walle => at last the missing links has found there way up here :P , now lets start in posting variations on the different shield documents. I have a rather boring collecting as i only do posses Cholmshield ones (and they do all look the same after all :blush: )

Common guys => show them :jumping:

Cordial greetings,

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Hey Stijn,

god job. Unfortunatly this is the only award document that is missing in the group I own. I think, he flew with his commanding officer, Alwin Boerst (Oaks and sword), because they got their awards nearly at the same time. If you want to, I post his arward docs for the EK 2 (field made and official) also

greetings Walle

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Here is my own contribution to this thread. Though much of my collection has been sold, I still retain most of my documents and photos.

This is a beauty -- always liked it, and the only campaign shield document I have. Originally from the George Petersen collection.

Mike Heuer

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Hello Mike,

Nice to see you also arround here :beer: . That is indeed a very attractive Krimshield document. Thanks for sharing that one. It always seems to me that there exist a load off different Krim variants (also quite logical when thinkning about the number of awards).

Cordial greetings,

ps: Walle, feel free to post the EK 2 document in the appropriate thread, always nice to see a few more :cheers:

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