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Good reference book in color on Austrian/Hungarian KuK medal

Article about: Im looking for a good reference book on Austrian Hungarian medals? Perferably in color with pictures of original medals? Something that can help me identify them as they cross my path? I hav

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    If you do not like Sacher Torte from Heiner's in the Wollzeile, then maybe this:

    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_...d_Ehrenzeichen
    damit, basta.

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    literature from the usual place, and I do not speak for it, I just found it the easy way.


    Johann Stolzer, Christian Steeb: Österreichs Orden vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt Graz 1996, ISBN 3-201-01649-7.
    Peter Diem: Die Symbole Österreichs. Zeit und Geschichte in Zeichen. Verlag Krenmayr & Scheriau, Wien 1995, ISBN 3-218-00594-9, S. 224–226, 293–388.
    Elisabeth Horvath: Ihr persönliches Recht auf Orden und Titel in Österreich - Wie wird man Würdenträger/in. Verlag Krenmayr & Scheriau, Wien 2004, ISBN 3-218-00728-3.
    Arnhard Klenau: Orden in Deutschland und Österreich. Phaleristischer Verlag, Konstanz 2008, ISBN 978-3-937064-15-4 (6 Bde.)
    Walter A. Schwarz: „Hab' die Ehre...“ 50 Jahre Ehrenzeichen für Verdienste um die Republik Österreich 1952-2002. Münze Österreichs, Wien 2002 (Katalog der gleichnamigen Ausstellung)
    Walter A. Schwarz: „Vergänglicher Glanz“. Altösterreichs Orden. Fassbaender Verlag, Wien 2005, ISBN 3-900538-84-0.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    I spend time there, with pleasure.

    viz:

    Heeresgeschichtliches Museum
    I will have to revisit the museum sometime. When I first went there last year, the WWI exhibition was closed (much to my chagrin) and as you know, I didn't find the time during last month's trip to Vienna.

    Incidentally, I got to view a rather spectacular piece of militaria at the Hofburg, though:

    The Prussian Marshal's Baton of Austrian Emperor Franz Josef I

    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    Elisabeth Horvath: Ihr persönliches Recht auf Orden und Titel in Österreich - Wie wird man Würdenträger/in. Verlag Krenmayr & Scheriau, Wien 2004, ISBN 3-218-00728-3.
    What a quintessentially Austrian book to write.

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ID:	912671Thank you, Andreas, for all of these fine and interesting things.

    The center piece of the First World War in the Arsenal ensemble is this:
    damit, basta.

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    This could also be helpful:

    Orden

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