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Hello, I am looking for any information on the marking of the cross of honor 1914/18 (Ehrenkreuz f?r Frontk?mpfer):

-Order-Herstellergemeinschaft Pforzheim 0 / 0.16

-Reichsverband Pforzheim R.V Pforzheim

Thank you

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Very Nice collection ! I just love your medla holders in black for the cross :love:

Are they made of wood ?

I supose you have seen my Hinderburg Cross site , it is not so good but I will make a better one when I got some spare time ...... proably in teh next centuary :banger:

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

All the best from Sweden

Christer

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Very Nice collection ! I just love your medla holders in black for the cross :love:

Are they made of wood ?

I supose you have seen my Hinderburg Cross site , it is not so good but I will make a better one when I got some spare time ...... proably in teh next centuary :banger:

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

All the best from Sweden

Christer

Hello, I am delighted to welcome. :lol:

I love your site and visit daily.

I admire your labor

A wonderful job, congratulations.

I would like to help you work with a list of the cross of honor.

Will place photos of the construction of the exhibitor of crossings, is of wood.

I am sorry about my English evil

If you need something, warn me :beer:

I am glad much that you like my Blog

Regards from Spain

Raul.

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A ver si os gusta:

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lamina metalica y tubito de plastico con perfil de media luna.

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Did you make the medal stands yourself? They are fantastic. Have you any ifo on them?

Dan

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Hello Dan, the support is a sheet of aluminium and thin plastic, the wood is an exhibitor of vases in miniature.

Smooth it and paint it with a black spray

There uses glue of two components

I am glad much of that you like

Regards

Raul

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Hello Dan, the support is a sheet of aluminium and thin plastic, the wood is an exhibitor of vases in miniature.

Smooth it and paint it with a black spray

There uses glue of two components

I am glad much of that you like

Regards

Raul

Hi Otto, i think its great - very imaginative!

Where do you but the wood stands from?

Do you laminate the aluminium yourself?

Dan

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The support of wood is an exhibitor of vases in miniature bought in a shop years ago

The sheet of aluminium in shops of Fine arts

Regards

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The support of wood is an exhibitor of vases in miniature Regards

Thanks Otto! :cheers:

one last question - what are the diameter of the wooden stands? 45mm?

Dan

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Hello Dan , the measure is of 45mm.

It looks at this:

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It is a Container of plastic of ice cream, a lid of a boat of "Nescafe" and the lid of a box of a few earrings.

Regards :lol:

Edited by Gefreiter otto

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Hello, this one is a part of my collection centred on the crosses of honor.

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Markings that I have

W : Hermann Wernstein, Jena-Lobstedt (2 PIEZAS,VIUDAS Y CON ESPADAS)

F&B.L. : Funcke & Br?ninghaus,L?denscheid (2 piezas)

G&S : Glaser & S?hne , Dresden

P.&C.L. : Paulmann & Crone, L?denscheid

B.H.L. : Bernhard Haarmann, L?denscheid

A&S : Assman & S?hne , L?denscheid

HKM : Heinrich Kissing, Menden

Erbe : H.A Erbe AG, Schmakalden

AD.B.L. : Adolf Baumeister. L?denscheid (2 piezas)

GG : Gebr?der Gloerfeld, L?denscheid

C.P : Carl Poellath, Schrobenhausen

PSL : Paul Schulze & Co, L?beck

ESL : Ernst Schneider, L?denscheid

St & L : Steinhauer & L?ck, L?denscheid

N & H : N?lle & H?ck GmbH, L?denscheid

THW : ??

WK : Wilhelm Kolwitz, Bergedorf

BCO (en triangulo) : Biedermann & Co, Oberkassel

G7 : ??? (Pforzheim )

0.1 , 0.2 , 0.6 , 0.12 : Orden-Herstellergemeinschaft Pforzheim

RV 1 , RV 28 , 85 RV , 44 RV , 45 RV : Reichsverband Pforzheim

31 pieces in whole

I hope that you like

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The Hindenburg cross was always something i had overlooked until recently :rolleyes:

This thread is very informative and incredibly interesting. There are some excellent collections out there.

So, without further a do, here are my first 3 crosses..... :jumping:

My 1st = RV24 Pforzheim magnetic

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DSCF3757.jpgThis is a version of my cross Hindenburg noncombatant.

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A very informative thread gentlemen. There is a lot more to this medal than I first thought. :jumping:

@lambert: interesting that there are buttons on the reverse for attaching instead of a pin. I have a ribbon bar that is quite similar. :cheers:

Best wishes

Matt

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Alas, my earlier ambitious task to collect one of every maker for each of the three grades has now been cancelled! I have decided to concentrate on tinnies and WHW only now, so I am in the process of trying to sell my remaining 185 Hindenburg Crosses. A task, I might add, that is taking a lot more time than it took to acquire them all in the first place :)

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Just want to let you know that I have a new adress for my homepage with mostly Honor Cross but also other medals

new adress is www.bayoswede.se

welcome and I´m always looking for pics of missing makers :cheeky:

Christer

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Does anyone have an exact translation for the term TREUE UM TREUE which is inside the private purchase Honour Cross cases?

Perhaps a native German speaker will be able to provide the translation for this term.

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