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  1. This EK I 1914 is marked 26 B. H. Mayer, Kunstprägeanstalt, Pfrozheim. I'm not sure if I'm correct here, but if a person was entitled and could proof that he was awarded the Cross in an earlier campaign could get a replacement at a later stage, in this case during the period of WW II. Can I please ask members here for any knowledge.
  2. Daniel and Jim, thank you for your comments, much appreciated!
  3. Another Iron Cross 1st Class, maker marked L/53 for Hymmen & Co, Lüdenscheid Your comments are appreciated.
  4. Daniel, thank you for your comment.
  5. Two Iron Crosses 1st Class by Wilhem Deumer, the second one, the pin has been replaced and is not original to the cross. Your comments are appreciated.
  6. Daniel, thank you for your positive comment.
  7. I thought of sharing another Iron Cross, 1st Class, this time a boxed "Schinkel" made by Wilhelm Deumer Ludenscheid. Your comments are appreciated.
  8. Thank you for your positive comment.
  9. 1939 Iron Cross 1st Class L/12 by C. E. Juncker Berlin, in LDO Box Your comments are appreciated.
  10. Very interesting displays, well worth a visit, thank you for sharing!
  11. Dansson, thank you for your comment, and the info regarding manufacture, much appreciated!
  12. I would like to share here an other cross, L55 Rudolf Wächtler & Lange Your comments are appreciated.
  13. Interesting and rare EK II Citation, thank you for sharing!
  14. Thank you for your reply, not something one likes to hear, but I have contacted the person who sold me the cross. It looks convincing with all the age patina etc.
  15. EK II Citation signed by Rommel, I have been a member for a few years but only started posting a couple of weeks a go. I'm still getting used to participating in this great forum. EK II Citation to: Obergefreiter Walter Hahn, Stabsbattr. II./A.R. 115 Dated: Libyen 25 February 1942, signed by then Generaloberst Rommel
  16. Gentlemen, One-piece-construction EK I maker marked 60, Katz & Deyhle, Pfortzheim. 50 years ago and even today, people think, if on an Iron cross (2nd class) the core does not "rattle" it was fake. Now we know those "one piece" examples have been manufactured and do exist. Please can I have your opinion on this one. Thank you.
  17. Thank you for your comment, something new I learned about the markings, the "boxed L/11"!
  18. Gentlemen, L/11 - Wilhelm Deumer Ludenscheid, I'm sure it is a good one, can I leave that to the experts to decide. Any comments are appreciated.
  19. Thank you for your positive comment, much appreciated!
  20. Please can I have your opinion on this Iron Cross, it looks similar to the one I posted last week, but is heavier worn. Your opinion is much appreciated.
  21. Thank you for your comment, much appreciated!
  22. Gentlemen, Please, can I have your opinion on this Iron Cross. Did not have much luck with reply's on my first post, perhaps I will be more lucky this time.
  23. Good afternoon Gentlemen, This is my first post on this forum. Previously, Brett Hendey has been kind enough to post some items for me ( Schinkel EK I) I'm not sure, if this 1870 EK II is of later manufacture as I bought it as such. Is it possible to determine the year this cross was made? Your opinion is much appreciated.
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