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Moritz commented on Iron Cross I Class, by C. E. Juncker
I really appreciate that you guys not only listed entries for all the different makers, but also made sure to mention the different versions these different makers are responsible for! I can think of several things you guys could still implement to make this database even better, but even at this stage it is already very comprehensive.
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Marigold_77 commented on Exemplary Conduct Medal, Gold Medal (1911-1921)
I like this! you've done pretty good job classifying Portuguese medals ... I'm not sure if there is an official classification of them because the Portuguese Faleristika is a fairly new study.
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Tassie86 commented on Purple Heart (in Silver, Privately Engraved)
I've never seen a silver purple heart before!!
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Marigold_77 commented on Order of Saint Isabel, Gold Badge
According to the statutes of the Order, this Order is always made in gold.. Does anyone know why there are versions of silver-gilt on the market? Are they fake?
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Tassie86 commented on Distinguished Flying Cross
Why are different 'additional award' devices used for different types of awards? Oak leaves, stars, "V" devices.. why not use one style throughout?
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Moritz commented on Eastern Front Medal
Many collectors are drawn to this decoration because it's the so-called "Frozen Meat Medal" and as such embodies the hardships on the Eastern Front. But for me this one will always stand out due to the design of its ribbon. Hands down, the most beautiful of the German WW2 ribbons! Instantly recognisable, even on black and white period photos.
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Moritz commented on German Cross, in Gold, by Deschler (6 rivets, short pin)
If you ask me, 6 rivets on this decoration is the most aesthetically pleasing number of rivets.
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Marigold_77 commented on Order of Military Merit, Type I, I Class Cross (red distinction, Isabel II monogram, and Royal Crown)
This version is showing the monogram upside down!
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Marigold_77 commented on Order of Military Merit, Type I, II Class Breast Star (red distinction, Fleur de Lys, and Royal Crown)
This is such a beautiful version! It shows the best of the Spanish manufacturing.
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Marigold_77 commented on Imperial Order of Guadalupe, Type I, Supernumerary Knight
To be honored with the Supernumerary Knight, the recipient must be 25 years old, be a citizen of the Mexican Empire, be a Catholic, be a Public figure and be qualified by the Assembly of the Order.
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