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Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten

Article about: Hello friends, I would like to introduce you to my new 65 medal in mint condition. Newly arrived in the mail and I'm excited ! The piece I got for 26 € = \\$ 34.37. To show times what I pay. F

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    Thank You. That´s a very nice piece!

    The bubbles are typical for Wiedmann.

    Thanks

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    I would like to find some L/xx marked eastern front medals. They are very rare in my opinion.
    I'm already happy that I've managed to get one on a single parade medal bar.

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    Sven

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    I've never seen an L / XX marked coin. But I'd like one in my possession .

    As I said your single parade medal bar is an eyecatcher. Very nice piece!

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    Hello,

    Here I want to introduce you my new Ostmedaille, with the rare manufacturers 71 ( Rudolf Leukert / Gablonz ).


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    and here is a medal with the manufacturer 107 (Carl Wild / Hamburg).
    Manufacturers typically, once again the blow .


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    Hello,

    here I now have a set of 107 (Carl Wild / Hamburg) I would like to introduce you. The medal has also the paper where it was wrapped in it. The stamp of the manufacturer has been badly beaten, but the piece has no manufacturer usual "many" bubbles.
    Have fun look.

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    Hello,

    Today, I again get 2 medals and would like to introduce to you.
    Here again we have the Manufacturer 25 ( Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Graveur-, Gold- und Silberschmiedeinnungen, Hanau am Main ) is rare to find.

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    and here we have a medal without manufacturer.
    But you can arrange this piece Friedrich Keller / Oberstein.
    Have fun, I would be happy about comments.

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    Quote by Steinar View Post
    and here we have a medal without manufacturer.
    But you can arrange this piece Friedrich Keller / Oberstein.
    Have fun, I would be happy about comments.
    Hi Mike, out of curiosity, what identifies this medal to Friedrich Keller?

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    Hi Adrian,

    Friedrich Keller has used the Pforzheim design and it has given him 2 different Ostmedaillen designs.
    In this piece you can see it on the ribbon ring. The ribbon ring here has a notch, which is one feature of it.
    Also good to see the very weak coined the tips of the leaves.

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    Sorry i forgot the pics

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    Hello,
    Here is an update of my collection East Medals.

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