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Hanseatic Awards; Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck

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    I like these awards as the enamel work is quite eye catching. Perhaps you will as well.

    Regards,
    Stu
    Hanseatic Awards; Bremen, Hamburg and LubeckHanseatic Awards; Bremen, Hamburg and LubeckHanseatic Awards; Bremen, Hamburg and Lubeck

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    Definitely adds sparkle to otherwise plain bars.
    They are VERY nice.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Stu....these are some of the best looking awards in the Imperial medal chest ! a favourite of mine.....but I only own a Hamburg version
    Prost ! Steve.
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    These are hands down my favourite Imperial awards. Here are my bars








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    Nice crosses. I have one of each of them as well with my Lubeck as part of a 2-place bar with the EKII.

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