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10 hours ago, Schwyz said:

Rohleder,

I too like the Saxon style ribbon; they seem to be the hardest to find.

I especially like your mother's mini set … very envious.

 

Gar 

Thank you very much Gar. Yes it seems they are realy hard to find. Its the first saxon style i found in over 17years. 

Yes the mothers bar is realy special. :beer:

 

Stefan 

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Reviving this interesting thread with a recent find that hasn't been posted yet. Pictures are really bad, in hand the obverse of this fine CEJ MM cross for widows/parents looks perfect in its enamel black color.

Hope you like it

Cheers Thomas

 

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Here is the only Hindenburg cross in my collection.

Awarded to Karl Wüllner who after WW1 served in the Ostseedivision in the Finnish liberty war.
I also have his EK2 and medals from Finland with documents and his wehrpass.

 

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Reviving this thread as I have always been interested but have not collected these ones. BUT, I have just been offered a ribbon-less crossed swords 39 RV Pforzheim - what is the significance of these numbers?

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How rare are the Hindenburg crosses awarded to finns?

Here is a pic of one awarded to Ivar Kauranen, the stamp says "Deutscher gesandt… in Helsingfors". 

Can anyone read the signature? :)

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