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  1. I turned it down. For that kind of money I want to be sure, or so sure you can be. Thank?s for all advices
  2. This one landed at the wrong place look att 3rd Reich EK instead /Sorry /Thomas
  3. I?m cruising the web for interestring items and I have foubd this X on swedish tradera. A EK II Schinkel shaped cross i WWI type isue bag with no maker mark but claimed to be identified as a Deumer cross. It?s non magnetic. The price is 2 500 SEK (? 215, ? 263). Is something to think of or just an other piece of metal? Thomas You kan se the add on this link Tradera.com EKII Schinkel and ihave copied down pictures of the cross here I
  4. I?m cruising the web for interestring items and I have foubd this X on swedish tradera. A EK II Schinkel shaped cross i WWI type isue bag with no maker mark but claimed to be identified as a Deumer cross. It?s non magnetic. The price is 2 500 SEK (? 215, ? 263). Is something to think of or just an other piece of metal? Thomas You kan se the add on this link Tradera.com EKII Schinkel and ihave copied down pictures of the cross here I
  5. It,s still there. But it is way out of reach for me
  6. Thank you for all information. This confirms my suspicions. When I look at the center of the core there are something that verywell could be a removed "W".
  7. I have found a dealer who has an Iron cross 1st class 1813. He claims it?s made arround 1850 or somewhat later. It has an open frame in the back, an iron core and a hook applied to the frame. Dimensions in mm :42.3 x 42.5, width at end of arms 22.5. Weight: 12.7 gms. The price is fair. When i look in my litterature I don?t find any pictures of any 1813 cross from the middle of the 19th century. My question to the club is simply. "Is it real or just anotherr piece of metal?" Thomas ek1@ironcross.se OBVERSE REVERSE
  8. Here are some of my 1st class crosses from WW1. From the left to the right you can se. 1. A non magneric, one piece cross 2. A Steinhauer & Luck made 1914 cross from the forties with the LDO-standard size. If you want to see my entire collection please visit my web site (<A href="http://www.ironcross.se/sidor/minakors.html" target=_blank>I?m sorry but right now it?s in swedish. It will be translated when there?s a hole in my agenda
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