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Small Wurttemberg Medal Bar


Dirk
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A small Wurttemberg grouping , although not from one man, centered around Infantry Regiment 120 “Emperor William, King of Prussia” garrisoned in Ulm….EK II, Friedrich Order 2nd Class w/swords, and the Honor Cross of the World War. A period RPPC of a man from the regiment early in the war, an a epaulette from the regiment.

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Proud Kraut

Excellent grouping, love that Ulmer Stein. The soldier looks very young. Maybe he was one of those who volunteered not being full-aged.

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Thanks Guys!! The Stein came from an older collector who was divesting and he offered me the opportunity to buy it 

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That’s a neat grouping Dirk, and a nice Stein. I was admiring my steins just this weekend. They are so under valued I think for the beauty and history they represent. That would be pretty neat to display the collection together to accent the stein. Kevin

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Kevin in the 60’s Steins were very pricey but I guess they fell out of favor so prices are good on them now...however there are a lot of good reproductions out there now

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