Re: [Cz-L] Medallion

Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2014 16:45:50 +0100
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Wow! Thank you so very much to Hedwig, to Christel, to Heike, to Jerome and to Shelley.

I had spent a lot of time trying to research this medallion on-line and could not come up with all that the Ehpes group has produced with such apparent ease.

As I now read more about Friedrich III, I can only guess as to how the medallion came into the possession of my mother's family.

Best wishes to all

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Date : 07/10/2014 - 16:09 (GMTDT)
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Subject : Re: [Cz-L] Medallion


Through the good offices of Hedwig and her friends, the mystery of the
'medallion' is solved, I believe.

Hedwig wrote to me this morning:

Hi Jerome, I sent your letter yo my friend Christel in Berlin and
accidantally her friend Heike Koenig, an archeologue as host from
Schleswig/Holstein [was] there. She worked out all about the maidaillon,
and sent it to the Ehpes [Blog]. I spoke now with both by Skype.

Heike lives three Years in Tel/Aviv, her husband as a delegate from the
Red Crest.She came also, to see me, in Haifa...
Have a nice Hag,

You can see Heike's analysis by returning to the Blog and reading the
'Comments' at the bottom of the post:


On 14-10-06 09:08 PM, Jerome Schatten wrote:
> Czernowitzers....
> Jean Weightman sends along two photos of an interesting
> medallion/pendant -- maybe you can help her identify this nattily
> attired military fellow mit dem Eisernes Kreuz? Or any other
> information about this item? What country lays claim to such a scary
> looking bird? What's under that photo? So many questions - so little
> time...
> See it all on our tastefully appointed Blog along with Jean's narrative:
> Best,
> jerome
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