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Antti,

For my 500th post, please add one Rothe & Neffe convex. It is marked "R&_" with just a partial last letter and has Austrian silver hallmarks under the pin near the hinge. On the top of the pin it is marked "900". :jumping:

Dan Murphy

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My EK1s...

Cased WS

Cased CD 800

Two cased G (one engraved, one with original carton)

Cased 938

Cased 800 (engraved)

Cased KMST (pinback)

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Hi

My Imperial EK 1's

1 x screwback M Hansen DRGM 65000R 800-crescent & crown markings.

1 x WS cased

1 x screwback 800 maked

1 x 950 marked

1 x KAW 800 marked

1 x non magnetic 3 piece construction-not marked

1 x KAG marked

2 x vaulted-not marked

1 x cased-unmarked

cheers

andy

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Summa Summarum Part 4

"800"

1

1 cased

1 with mark on pin and with two sidehooks

1 with mark under the clasp

1 convex

1 convex with mark under clasp

1 convex with mark on pin

1 convex with mark in the center

1 convex screwback

2 vaulted with mark under clasp

2 vaulted

1 vaulted convex

1 with an "Y" on the underside of the needle

1 with a domed case

1 screwback

"900"

1

"925"

1

"935"

1

1 with mark in the center and with very special pin

"938"

1 cased

"950"

2

1 vaulted

"AWS"

1

"CD 800"

2 cased

2

"Deutscher Offiziersverein"

1 screwback with a big washer

"D.R.G.M."

1 marked "800" and the nut 653146, PM and 800

"D.R.G.M. Victoria"

1 Screwback

"Finke"

1 non-magnetic screwback with a big washer

"FR"

1

"Fr"

1

1 with the mark in a box under the catch

"Fr W"

1 marks in two separate incised boxes under the catch

"G"

1 cased

1 cased with outer carton

1

"GODET"

1 with marked GODET and 800 in two seperate incised boxes on pin

"Hansen"

1 Screwback

1 screwback marked "M Hansen", "DRGM 65000R", "800" and with crescent & crown

"HBG"

1

1 with dots between letters

"KAG"

4

"KAW 800"

1

"KMST"

1 cased

1

1 with disc attachment

"KO"

13

1 with "800" on the pin

"Meybauer"

1 with hallmark

1 with crossplate,Meybauer hallmark at the backplate

1 with regular screwback,Meybauer hallmark at the backplate

Rothe & Neffe

1 convex marked "900"

"SILBER"

1 with blued sheetmetal core

1 an unspecified rare core

"We"

2

"SW"

1

"WS"

2 cased

1 cased with thin pin and engraved maker mark

2 with thin pin and engraved maker mark

1 with thicker pin and mark in a small box

1

"JWS"

1

"V"

1 with "800"

"Square"

2

Unmarked

1 cased

2

1 "26"

1 "Deutscher Offiziersverein", screwback marked with 4 stars and "800"-washer is missing

1 "Meybauer" with crossplate

1 "KMST"

1 "Clamshell" screwback(Deumer Type), non magnetic core

1 Screwback with big washer(same cross like the clamshell variation), non magnetic core

1 convex

2 non magnetic

1 non magnetic, 3-piece construction

2 vaulted

1 magnetic 1957 EK

Thank you for your support!

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Some additions. . .

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "800" (silver content), vaulted, with copper (?) coated magentic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, unmarked (Wilhelm Deumer), vaulted, World War II manufacture, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, unmarked (Meybauer style early pin and clasp), World War II manufacture, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, unmarked (Steinhauer & L?ck), World War II manufacture, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "Fr." (Friedl?nder, Berlin), magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "800" (silver content), vaulted

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "CD800", not vaulted, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, unmarked (Wilhelm Deumer), vaulted, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, maker marked "L/11" for Wilhelm Deumer, L?denscheid, vaulted, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, unmarked (Otto Schickle or Alois Rettenmaier?), vaulted, non-magnetic core,

one piece construction

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "800" (silver content), vaulted, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "925" (silver content), vaulted, magnetic core

-Iron Cross, 1st Class, 1914, marked "950" (silver content), vaulted, magnetic core

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