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  1. Well guys ... I received this one in the mail today from a very good friend who has recently left our hobby. Absolutely gorgeous specimen. I want to show it off and offer him my thanks again :food-smiley-004:
  2. Hi, I would like to share my 2 piece EKI (Deschlersohn) and 3 piece EKII collection (2 of them are magnetic) and would like to receive your opinios please. Thanks. Demir EKI (Deschlersohn) 1870 EKII 1914 Magnetic (a)
  3. In light of public interest and a new book that is "in the works", I've decided that it's time to include Imperial EKs to the stats department in more detail. The main focus of this thread are the 1914EK1s, allthough you are more than welcome to add 1870s pieces too. 1813EKs aren't included for the simply reason that they did not have any makermarks (at least at the time of awarding) nor did they have makers that are known today and that could be traced to a manufacturer. So once again, I'm asking for your support and endurance. Oh and there is just one other thing, there is a similar stats thread going on in WAF, so try not make any double posts. So you're going to have to make a choise and stick with it as I've made. I'll post my EK1s here and EK2s there. Thank you in advance. Remember that all EKs are magnetic pinpacks by default. Here is my one and only tribute to this thread: "WS" 1 cased
  4. this one measures between 44-45mm. solid brass or tombac planchet with a silver wash. at some point a lacquer coating was applied to the obverse in order to protect the rather flaky paint on the stippled core. which is fine by me-- can't smell anything, so it wasn't done recently.
  5. Please forgive the pic quality--am trying to figure out how to resize. Anyways! Here is a neat one: this one has seen some use..
  6. Hello guys, im need help. whats about this eki version 1957? fake or real?
  7. Hi all, a bit of advice or opinions please, I've got two EK1 boxes which I've had since the early 1970's, they came with two EK1's which turned out to be fake (One being the famous "Polish fake"), both were bought at different times from different sources, my question is what period are they likely to be?, I'm reasonably certain they are not WW1/WW2, but could they be early 57'ers?, both had on the underside something which has been scratched out, the one with the black interior does have white flock underneath but I've left it "As found", any thought appreciated, regards Alex K
  8. This Iron Cross is one of my Favorites in my colletions - because it belongs to my Family. Maker Mark under the Pin "20" - Carl Friedrich Zimmermann, Pforzheim
  9. This Iron Cross, as well as the other one, belongs to my Family Maker "26" - Bernard Heinrich Mayer, Pforzheim
  10. Hi, I want to show you two nice 1914 EK1 and EK2 Prinzen Size -both marked 800 The EK1 came in an original box and is also marked with Maker mark for Rothe Vienna The size of EK1 is 34 x 34 mm and Weight is 11 g The Ek2 is 35 x 35 mm and Weight is 11.3 g It came with Austrian Type Ribbon I am not sure who is the maker of the of the EK2 -Rothe??? Regards Graf
  11. Hi I have these three 1914 Model EK1 made during the Third Reich Period One of them is well known Juncker screw back Type -marked l/12 on the bottom arm The other two are not marked one is flat type on the middle, the other one is slightly vaulted and has a pin system similar to the WW1 Shinckel Type EK1 Any idea who will be the unmarked EK1 Makers? What kind of boxes they are given with? The two unmarked EK1 came with the boxes shown on one of the pictures. How many makers have reproduced the EK1 during Third Reich? Graf
  12. One more toy to leave to my granddaughter.
  13. After doing a search, I see that Wagner crosses get all the attention here over Sy-Wagner crosses. So, I thought I'd start a new thread... These scans are the first with my new Epson; so, I'm still experimenting to get the best scans. This one has a "7" on the reverse of the pin near the hinge. Google search yields little about the number other than it's a common quality control mark. That same Google search turned up a number "9" but not much else. Also, not much out there about the Sy-Wagner firm itself other than being in Berlin.
  14. My newest toys. A matched set of Friedlanders.
  15. Hi gents, I´ve got this nice small photo, showing an Romanian ? officer with EK 1 between three german officers. Regards Andreas
  16. Does anyone know anything about this subject. Saw the attached on ebay. GERMANY – 2008 IRON CROSS FIRST CLASS – BUNDESWEHR PROPOSED MEDAL eBay item number:291504000689
  17. For the friends of the imperial iron-These are two different makers,both not really rare but "FR" is harder to get.I start with my 1st class "FR" Obverse
  18. Hi, can anyone guess the Maker here? Thanks Chris
  19. Dear forumites, I was intrigued by a set of awards personally owned by our "beloved" (pun intended) Führer (Gröfaz, grösster Führer aller Zeiten) put for sale on a Munich auction (HH). The awards themselves don't strike for particular beauty; they are of the most common variant of making, typical of the 30ies, and the affidavit/declaration signed in the late 60ies by Hitler's housekeeper, Mrs. Anny Brunner-Winter, who was at his Munich apartment in Prinzregentplatz 16 from 1929 to 1945 and allegedly received them as a present by the Boss in person, seem to be a bit far fetched. Any food for thoughts? Ciao, Claudio Here's a complete description: Lot Nr. 6261 Adolf Hitler - an Iron Cross 1st Class Plain, silvered convex issue on a vertical attachment pin. Dimensions 42 x 42 mm. 1930s production, without maker's designation. Hitler was awarded this high decoration on 4 August 1918 as a Gefreiter (Lance Corporal) and combat despatch runner while serving with 3rd Company, Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment no. 16 (List) (tr.) "because as a despatch runner he demonstrated exemplary coolness, he rescued his heavily wounded company chief from the zone of fire, and through a coup de main accomplished the capture of 12 French with their officer." On 9 May Hitler had received a regimental diploma for outstanding bravery during this operation. Also included is a written attestation dated 4 October 1969 by Anny Brunner-Winter, Hitler's housekeeper at his Munich apartment on Prinzregentenplatz 16 from 1929 to 1945, that this Iron Cross 1st Class came from the personal possession of Hitler, together with an old photo from the contemporary history photo archives of Heinrich Hoffmann showing Hitler wearing his ribbon of the Bavarian Military Merit Cross, the Iron Cross 1st Class and the Wound Badge in Black.
  20. Guys, Did not know where to post this so here he is. Shame that there is a bit of damage in his hair (woodworm). I guess he was in a frame at some point it is A4 size. Signed and dated but no name of the subject. Jock
  21. I picked up a small grouping and this was in it. I am fine with the cross. The case is orginal but seems to be the TR style so perhaps these were mated at some point. The engraving looks good to me. There is patina inside of it but it does not show very well in the pictures. I ran the name and the contents of the group by Rick L. and he said it sounded plausible. If anyone sees a red flag please let me know as I do have a short period to return this group if I need to. Thanks, Chet
  22. Here are a couple of interesting post war shots.... A proud Saxon
  23. 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
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