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  1. 4 more of my EKIs WS top left - KAG top right CD 800 bottom left - KO bottom right
  2. Hello All, I purchased a group of WW1 awards from this forum a few years ago (2009 to be precise) and have finally got round to trying to document them properly (it's been a very hectic last 5 years - no excuse I know). Anyway, I was wondering if anyone could fully decipher this EK2 document? (Sorry part of it is obscured by the EK - but that part reads "Regiment" (if I have translated it correctly)) Thanks in advance, Mike
  3. http://www.ebay.de/itm/EK-EISERNES-KREUZ-KMST-DRGM-SELTENER-SCHIEBEVERSCHLUSS-ABSOLUTE-RARITAT-/171400761731?pt=Militaria&hash=item27e8481183 Of course... he still has to get it.....
  4. Guys, Got it today with a British cap badge. No markings but the frame is silver as the bloke tested it to demonstrate it was real silver. I had to explain the centre is iron so he would not get carried away with the silver value. Pics with and without flash. Jock
  5. Paper weight with news clipping on my Grandfathers IC 2. Would anyone please translate . Thank you Rick
  6. I missed one Doc and Award... but these impressed me.... the Machine Gunner Postman!
  7. Guys, Some more scrap iron today, the maker appears to be Z or 2 maybe? Any thoughts? Cheers! Jock
  8. Any ideas who may have made them? The EKI and mini came together in a case, I wouldn’t have thought they both belonged to the same recipient but I like to think they did. They were an impulse buy at a small militaria fair about 10 years ago where hardly anything took my fancy, I had money burning a hole in my pocket and just wanted to buy something before I left to go home. The 2nd class cross is only marked 935 and I don’t remember where or when I bought it, it’s a very good example, not quite as good as the LV crosses in my opinion but still much better looking than many others. If anyone has an idea which manufacturer may have made them please let me know. Tony
  9. Guys, Some more scrap iron yesterday, appears to be maker ' Fr '. Jock
  10. Here is my question.... can I turn any box into one that takes the prongs on the side? http://www.ebay.de/itm/Etui-fur-EK-I-mit-Gegenhaken-von-Godet-Berlin-/201075606436?pt=Militaria&hash=item2ed10a43a4
  11. http://www.kaiserscross.com/41815/504501.html A small write up to the unit of the Godet pictured...
  12. No... I am not going to actually do it... but sometimes I get frustrated... I have 7 attributed crosses... I do my best to research as much as I can.... but I simply know that somewhere dowm the line the cross and the man will be seperated... Either by accident, or because someone does not care. Not gonna do it... but sometimes i wish i could....
  13. This will turn out as a great success... or an OK partial group.... It wil break my heart if i cannot get all the items back to reunite the group... but this is the first part.....
  14. This is my new EKII. Any opinions are welcome.
  15. here's a cross that originally started out as an expensive private purchase piece (cast iron core, higher silver content, nicely polished and rounded cross arm tips) that the owner had to repair instead of merely purchasing a replacement. i wager this particular cross witnessed quite a few interesting events unfold... i particularly like the replacement pin style--it's unwittingly reminiscent of a wachtler & lange pin from a hamburger feld ehrenzeichen or a gau badge from the 30s. http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_12_2013/post-4736-0-52476400-1388265701.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_12_2013/post-4736-0-20041000-1388265733.jpg
  16. Dear Members, I recently obtained a nice 1914 EK2 with mark "J" on the ring According to some information this mark is for the Berlin Firm C,E. Juncker. Can you help me with any information Regards Graf
  17. I have only ever had pin stamped ones before... how comman/Uncomman is this one? It comes from a Group that may unfortunately stay split... an award at the end of the war to a Machine Gun NCO
  18. Hi, This looks like a KMST latch ? Or does anyone have any other ideas?
  19. Received this EKII marked LV 52 with some other items today. It is a beautiful cross and the picture does not do it justice. Jim
  20. We have all seen the Ebay fakes of award boxes, Cutlery boxes rebuilt to hold medal bars and other period containers rebuilt to be EK displays etc. etc... But there were Period COMMERCIAL displays, Store bought.... something a soldier could have on the wall or mantlepiece, proudly displaying his iron cross... One of the nicest are the glass bell stands...
  21. Just playing around with the computer and figured I would do some Photo Montage with attributed pieces... The EK1 belonging to Willy Richter of the 36th Füsilier Regiment... he is 2nd from the Right on the Photo. Cross is WS
  22. Dear Friends, When I received the new two volume book about EK's by Wernitz - I only noticed maker "KAG", which is quite common has always been unidentified. However, I have always thought (I can not remember from where I have got this information), that it would have been "Die Kommunale Arbeitsgemeinschaft", which is official German abbreviation, or Die "Königliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft" I guess these possibilities have been searched through and the KAG still remains as mystery? Jani
  23. would you not give your left arm for this doc? :-) If you were that faker.... and wanted to create a kick a§§ fake.... who would you make it out to? Someone famous? A cool unit?
  24. So... other than this being for a very low ranking man, making it very scarce in itself... why is this of such large US interest? It was awarded in the weeks after the unit was pulled out of the line...
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