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  1. Dear friends I have a question about this iron cross,It'S chip looks good,But it frame is looks too new,Is this is a fake?Why it's frame so new? Taka
  2. Not often you get a one looker named cross..... Beaten and abused... but named.... tailor made for my Pionier Tunic... http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/64476-rare-name-boeshenz/#entry607564
  3. Here is a rather interesting letter processed by Der Stahlhelm of Gau Mosel in September 1931 confirming that a certain Oskar Keyser was a recipient of both classes of the Iron Cross during the 1914-1918 period.
  4. Just recieved this.... i liked the quality of the stamping....
  5. Hi Guys - I posted this one on the WAF last year but it is entirely appropriate to show it here again for the Christmas holiday. It is vaulted and marked 800 on the pin - undoubtedly a gift to a recipient. One of my favorites...
  6. Hi, Can anybody tell me more the Iron Cross, 2nd Class in a wooden box that I bought. Accordiong to the person that i bopught it from this was for the Schutztruppe as a reminder of their service in overseas. True or False? Thanks. Gordon
  7. It has long been my pet theory that the quite often encountered EK2s we find without their ring have had the rings removed for a specific tailors way of mounting... the only way to remove the rings is to actually cut them off!! This is a nice example.....
  8. Hi everyone Brand New member so be kind this is my first time posting. I "bought" this as a part exchange for some Tamiya paints i was selling to some one in Germany. I decided to ask if he had anything relating to WWI or WWII (as you never know) being Germany is full of children & Grand children of WW vets. & he siad he had an EK II from WWI that used to belong to his Grandfather! So we came to a deal (aprox £40) off of his payment! And it arrived today! I am definatly no expert on EK's or any Membrobilia to be honest I'm relativly knew to this collecting so would really apreacite any input? It has 'WS' maker stamp on the ring, I'm guessing thats for Walter Schott of Berlin? & has the Original Ribbon. That's pretty much all I can say for sure! The Two Pictures were the originals from the seller, If need be I can get out my Digi cam & take some better ones just ask. Thanks in advance. (BETTER PICTURES UPLOADED)
  9. Bit of a disapointment today... I bought a nice WS with repaired hook from an ebay seller, he mixed his crosses up and send me this, and sold the WS again.... So a nice KO, but I would have liked the WS better....
  10. Here are a couple of interesting post war shots.... A proud Saxon
  11. Strangely enough, it has taken me until now to get one of these... Kinda sexy? ;-)
  12. http://www.ebay.de/itm/Original-Ringe-und-Osen-von-EK-und-andere-/121299706773?pt=Militaria&hash=item1c3e06a395 am sure some interesting repaired crosses will turn up.....
  13. This one dropped in today,not in perfect condition but still something that is worth to be collected! I simply bought it to compare the measurments of the pin to my other one. There's some damage at the top crossarm(and a little splitting of the frame) and one "fang" is broken off.....It will have to leave again,but for the moment I enjoy it! Micha
  14. hello all, i haven't posted here for a while, but rest assured i've been steadily picking up things here and there! here's a cross that i'm sure will receive mixed reviews because of the reverse. i've never encountered this type of attachment before on a 1914 cross, but it feels and looks right as rain. am very pleased to include it in my collection. it measures 43mm and weighs 16.7gr (with cotter pin). heavily vaulted with a magnetic, chemically darkened core (bruniert?) sorry for the poor pics--i've got a camera from the last decade reverse vault, seams
  15. A little while ago I picked an iron cross II class marked HB. It's the first time I've seen or even heard anything of this maker, are HB crosses hard to find or have I been walking around blinkered? Tony
  16. Hi Guys - Question for ya... I have an EK with a reference to Sagarow 1915, or at least the first letter appears to be an S. I was thinking it could be related to Zagarow, Poland but the date (August 20, 1915) wouldn't fit as, it appears, the fighting was farther to the east at this time. Does anyone have any ideas or thoughts on this? Could it possibly be someone's name instead? Thanks! Brian
  17. I picked up this nice little group to an NCO who seems to have served all through the war....
  18. And another search has finally come to an end-not in the condition I prefer my iron crosses,but this maker is really hard to find so I had to take this one.Maybe one nice day I will be able to upgrade this one,but for the moment I'm happy with my "Werner".....to tell the truth I'm really happy that this big hole in my collection is filled now! Micha
  19. Has some engraving http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_08_2014/post-2230-0-67943800-1407289763.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_08_2014/post-2230-0-32984600-1407289842.jpg http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_08_2014/post-2230-0-93512500-1407289856.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_08_2014/post-2230-0-25624100-1407289867.jpg Detail
  20. Hello gentlemans What can you tell me about this curious EK I with inscription "VERDUN ..." is original? I would like to know what you think. Regards Lambert
  21. Looks like they were harder to obtain in 1927 "it is not easy to get them as the German braves? are as proud of them as the British with the V.C."
  22. Guys, Not much about today, this seemed a nice untouched cross with a more than generous amount of ribbon. Maker I think is S but it could I suppose be 5 or 8 as well, whichever makes sense. Jock
  23. Newly arrived EK1 that has wear and somehow a bit of damage to reverse. I am told this is an early war issue. I'd like to know more.
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