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George Stimson

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  1. At a glance that looks like a Schickle RK, Dave.
  2. "Approved wartime RK manufacturers: C E Juncker; Godet*; Zimmermann; Klein & Quenzer; Steinhauer & L?ck; Otto Schickle; Deschler & Sohn" That's all, folks. No amount of wishful thinking is going to change anything." Wilhelm Deumer offered the RK in their wartime awards catalog. I'm not saying that they manufactured them, but do we know that they didn't?
  3. I would be interested to know whether Gordon has revised his opinion of "Rounder" RKs based on the new evidence which has been gleaned by the recent testing.
  4. De-nazified Knights Cross

    Okay, I thought it might be a Juncker. I just wasn't sure from the pics!
  5. De-nazified Knights Cross

    Who is the manufacturer of the first example posted?
  6. Boxed EK2 Spange

    Same case, different resident.
  7. EK1 "Silber"

    The reverse, however, is very different.
  8. EK1 "Silber"

    Here's another one marked "Silber." The obverse looks very similar to yours.
  9. The EK ribbon

    Two in six months? Rabbits can do better than that!
  10. The EK ribbon

    I've not noticed that they've multiplied, but they certainly magically appear!
  11. The EK ribbon

    Unless I'm weighing them, the EKs I have always have the ribbons on -- for display, photos, whatever.
  12. The EK ribbon

    More....
  13. Ah! Good detective work, Gordon!
  14. EKII WWI Bar

    It's not common. (I wish I had one!)
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