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Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938...... Interesting version of wearing.

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    Default Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938...... Interesting version of wearing.

    Hi gents!
    I would like to share with you pix of Sudeten medal that I picked up recently. It has interesting version of wearing that I never ever seen. The condition is super, even I doubt that it is really genuine.

    Regards,
    Alex

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    Default Re: Sudetenland Medal. Interesting version of fastener.

    Looks like a nice example with the Parade-Style Mount/Ribbon...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Default Re: Sudetenland Medal. Interesting version of fastener.

    The fastener? Or the way in which it is mounted with the ribbon?

    It is genuine as far as I can see............

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    Default Re: Sudetenland Medal. Interesting version of fastener.

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    The fastener? Or the way in which it is mounted with the ribbon?
    Title is corrected.

    I think this is good variant for single decoration, most probable, for civilian tunic.

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    Default Re: Sudetenland Medal. Interesting version of wearing.

    Probably not civilian. It is very uncommon to see full decorations on civilian clothes. They would normally be represented by a ribbon bow or similar. I suggest this one is mounted for wear on the Waffenfrock or 'best' uniform.

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    Default Re: Sudetenland Medal. Interesting version of wearing.

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    Probably not civilian. It is very uncommon to see full decorations on civilian clothes. They would normally be represented by a ribbon bow or similar. I suggest this one is mounted for wear on the Waffenfrock or 'best' uniform.
    Adrian, to make sure, would be better to find any pictures with such installation of the medal on tunic.

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    Default Re: Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938...... Interesting version of wearing.

    I don't have one myself but I'm sure someone will be able to oblige. I have EKs and KVKs mounted in a the same way, it's not an uncommon way to mount medals.

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    Very nice version of the medaille zur erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938.

    Regards.,

    Von River

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