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    The blue ribbon would be worn on the uniform of someone who had been awarded the '25 years faithful service' medal, I would assume. 'Für treue Dienste' is on the reverse of the actual medal.

    Mat

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    Both are common items...........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    WWI Imperial German medal bar representing the Iron Cross 2nd Class,
    Hindenberg Cross with Swords for combattants, and a civil 25 Year
    'Fathful Service' Cross of the Third Reich era, as Matt says.

    The button/pin is refered to as a 'Tinnie' and these usually
    commemorate an event - in this case, the 1st of May,
    which carried significance within the Nazi regime.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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