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Another 57er mini chain, with DKiG & 100 PAB !

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    Default Another 57er mini chain, with DKiG & 100 PAB !

    Just picked this little beauty up ! a mini chain or "Frackkettchen " with seven award miniatures attached....they are generally worn on civilian dress suits, on the wearers left lapel, like a "Frack bar" the awards run from right to left in importance, so when attached to the lapel the highest award is, well, the highest !
    This chain comes from a sadly unnamed DKiG winner, a Panzer man who was, as you can see, also awarded the PAB for 100 engagements........notice the unusual two piece construction of this badge and the small "O" on the rear, this is a known mark of the maker St u L. All in all a nice item.
    Prost ! Steve.
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    Impressive chain, Steve. Congrats on the pick-up.

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    very nice Steve,you don't see these often.

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    Steve love the DKiG it looks very well detailed.. Thanks for showing.. Cheers Terry.

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