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Jim R

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  1. I have put together a .pdf file of all the EKI spanges that are not listed in The Iron Cross 1st Class book, pictures only. If you would like a copy please send me an email jdrabourn@yahoo.com and will send you a copy. Jim
  2. Just received this rare (hard to find) Juncker EKI spange, without veins on the inner feathers. It also has a nice L/12 stamped on the back. It is one of the rarest Junckers and the rarest EKI spange. Jim
  3. L/53 SB EK I 1939

    A hard to come by cross, nice find. Jim
  4. I sold two crosses to Alexander Povo, 115573, Russia, Moscow, Shipilovskaya st. 50, korpus 3, str.1. I did this before I seen Jamie Cross site were he warned against dealing with this person. Yesterday the same thing happened to me and fortunately the other four he wanted the credit card would not accept the charge. I believe he is using stolen cards to buy with and then the owner cancels the order later. So stay away from him. I am not done with him yet as I will contact some friends in Moscow and see if I can´t make his life a little more challenging. I will also file a claim with Paypal to get my money back. email address: hlee71037@gmail.com Name: Alexander Popov Jim
  5. Spange document

    Made a mistake, the general was the last person to be awards Oak Leaves to his KC. Also, the unit was NSKK - Speer before it was merged with the Wehrmacht, he still maintained his NSKK rank.
  6. I just received this spange document that was issued on 2 May 45 and signed by the last person awarded the Knights Cross Generalleutnant Joseph von Radowitz. Jim
  7. Finally with the help of Ben on another forum I have added a long sought after Prinzen Deumer 4 prong spange. I have never seen the case it came in as it looks like a match case. Comments are always welcome. Jim
  8. Schinkel EK1

    Agree, nice Deumer. Jim
  9. When it is too cold outside to do anything I decided to redo my collection. Now every spange has its own label, instead of mutiples over one label. I will work on the rest of the collection later. EKI spanges second model. Thanks for looking and thanks to all my fellow collectors who helped me put this collection together. Jim
  10. Beautiful bar and I love the history behind the bar. Jim
  11. Yes Juncker first model and looks like the short vein style. Jim
  12. I bought a stack of documents for Dr Geis who served in WWI and II. Here are his WWI documents.
  13. Bigger pictures of the cross only front and back would help, very difficult to see details with small pictures. But it looks like an L/55 (W&L), has the characteristics (low pin and disc). There are only three makers who didn't mark all their crosses (Meybauer, S&L, and W&L) that I know of. Jim
  14. EK1 Boxes cunundrum

    EKI cases should either marked 621KB or 2420DB under the insert. Jim
  15. I was lucky and picked this up from Militaria-Berlin. A matching set cross/case in outstanding condition. It has a Souval frame.
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