It is not my intention to become a dealer, but I have decided to put the items which are not "core" items of my collection, or items which are gathering dust, up for trade or sale.
selling this nice group, direct from the family. It has a beautiful Hemmerle
MVK1st class which was awarded to the man in April 1918. There is a 2cm high
pile of postcards and photos related to the man, Some Student paraphernalia...
I am pretty sure the Bier Zipfel is Lower grade Gold, but it is not stamped and
I have not had it tested, (Looks silver here but is pale gold in color) ... As
MVK1 alone are about the EUR350 mark I think EUR450 international postage included is
a fair price with all the photos. I will pull the records of his military
career for the buyer and we can go through them in the forum. The Man
was a Veterinarian in Both wars.
this qualifies as a Nobleman? Included is his document for the WHITE ribbon EK,
his original EK with the ribbon and an envelope addressed to him many years
before when he was in the army. Freiherr von Fürstenberg was a Landrat
or District administrator... EUR195
beautiful... two different WW1 era Captains bars... but not "Normal"
ones... did your wife ever insist you get her something from Tiffany &co?
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE! a set of Sterling bars made by Tiffany & Co, named to
Capt W.C. Miller on the back... not less beautiful are the Bailey Banks and
Biddle set (the smaller ones) in sterling... for some reason I had a crazy
thought... if anyone has a som who is a LT... a jewweler could easily turn
these Tiffany Captains bars into a set of Tiffany LT bars... or I assume they
can be worn on a Beret like this? EUR90 postage included for both
For a year
or so I thought I had lost these... but they turned up in a drawer... the
"Magic Drawer"... these came from a Stash dug up in France. The guys
were in various Bavarian Machine Gunner units together and space more or less
ran out... according to records they must have been issued new tags in a MGK of
the 2nd Bavarian Infantry and these were collected by the unit... only to be
dug up 90 years later... EUR85 for both, postage included...