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yet another non combat single mounted ( i like these the best, ahem...)

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Backside:

makers mark detail, actually a very nice one:

GWL is maker Gebr?der Wegerhoff from L?denscheid

Regards,

Gaston

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Backside:

makers mark:

CW is maker Carl Wild from Hamburg

regards,

Gaston

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Just noticed that somewhere during this posting session i became the right to upload bigger pictures, so now all fit in one post ;-)

Makers mark:

Maker W.D.L is ???

regards,

Gaston

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another non combat single mounted medal:

a very nice makers mark:

Erbe is maker ???? (im thinking it's possibly M7/69 H. A. Erbe AG from Schmalkalden????? this one needs confirmation?)

regards,

GAston

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Another frontkampfer combatant:

Makers mark:

Maker L.NBG is Christian Lauer from N?rnberg

That's it for now, more tonight or tomorrow. :speechless:

Kind regards,

Gaston

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:jumping::jumping:

Fantastic Pics Gaston!

Anybody knows more about maker Erbe? It is one of the so far unamed markings :unsure:

I think Gastons guess is good but hopefully someone out there knows for sure?

Keep em coming! :cheeky:

Christer

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here are a few more, didn't post any witwen yet so here we go:

makers mark:

Maker 48 RV from Pforzheim (Heinrich Vogt?)

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here is a witwen with the ribbon made into a womens brooch:

makers mark:

Maker is again D&Co, wich was ????

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another witwen, nromal ribbon:

Maker:

Maker 0.16 is from the Orden-Herstellergemeinschaft Pforzheim

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Here is another lady's variant by D&Co...

I know a D&Co is already posted two posts back, but maybe handy to compare things in the future:

regards Gaston

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another:

makers mark:

Maker W.SCH&Co. is Wilhelm Schr?der & Co. from L?denscheid

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Hi all!

Just want to say that I now have 176 different maker markings on my site , and about 40 pics of them

Some Makers are marked with ? after the name and theese I haven?t gor confirmation that they are the right one.

Anyone who have pics or info about Honorcross makers is welcome to share the info, I appriciate all help

:cheers:

Christer

adress: http://bayoswede.zoomin.se/index/29788.html

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:Cat-Scratch:176 !!! :cheers:

A FIRST! Upper left charges RM .60 for a second copy (!!!) of this award document for a Hindenburg Cross for Frontfighters

made out to Glass maker Heinrich Becker in Goslar in Goslar on 11 February 1936 (!) and signed with a SPECTACULARLY unreadable scribbled autograph of the Lord Mayor (Oberb?rgermeister) of Goslar.

That being an important military garrison town, I expect whoever the Lord Mayor was at this time was probably a Nazi Bigwig of some political status.

Nice city stamp.

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Thanks for all help, but I still need a lot of Pictures

Does anyone have good pics of the following maker BCO , GD , C. Th. D. , FHB , O & B and a lot more ;)

I try to get better pics and load up some more documents

All the best from sweden

Christer

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How about something else?

:rolleyes:

(yes it has swords?)

Edited by jabnus

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WoW ! Thats a BIG Cross :speechless1:

What could it been used for? I have not seen anything like it in all years of collecting.

What is it made of, wood?

Thanks for showing

Christer

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Hi,

no it's made of metal, and VERY heavy...

Appearantly it comes from an old grave, ill make a picture of the backside too tonight...

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