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2nd type with swords ? :rolleyes: Thats the one with the violet eagle, while the 1st type is the one with non-enameled medaillon. So you mean the 3rd type from 1854-1879 with smooth arms and brick-red eagle ? For this type RAOs prices are correct ! ;)

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CSForrester

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I mean the type of 1879 - 1918 with grained arms. A cross with smooth arms and swords, I would rate higher. Greeting Mike

Sorry to jump in here, but are you saying that the attached little midget made by Hossaur is worth +1250 Euro? :speechless1::speechless1::speechless1:

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Alex

Oops sorry didn't notice the bit with swords, still do these things command such a high price without swords?

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Alex, the second type with smooth arms is becoming scarce, prices are usually in the 4-500.00 USD range for these now. But you have to watch out for some good fakes.

Thanks for the info. this particular piece has been in my collection for a good number of years, it is stamped with the makers mark on the base of the lower arm, it does appear to be a double mis-stamping. paid 16GBP for it

regards

Alex

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Hello Alex,

as mentioned above, there are 4 period variants of the red eagle order 4th class:

1. 1830-1846 cross with smooth arms, completly silver, no enameled medaillon

2. 1846-end of 1850th cross with smooth arms, enameled medaillon and violet eagle !!!!

3. end of 1850th - 1879 cross with smooth arms, enameled medaillon and brickred eagle !!!!

4. 1879-1918 cross with grained arms, enameled medaillon and brickred eagle

Hossauers Jewelry worked until the mid 1850 years and was then sold to Wilm i think. So your 4th class is the real second type and much rarer than the 3rd type with brickred eagle. And it is an original.

Regards

CSForrester

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Hello Alex,

as mentioned above, there are 4 period variants of the red eagle order 4th class:

1. 1830-1846 cross with smooth arms, completly silver, no enameled medaillon

2. 1846-end of 1850th cross with smooth arms, enameled medaillon and violet eagle !!!!

3. end of 1850th - 1879 cross with smooth arms, enameled medaillon and brickred eagle !!!!

4. 1879-1918 cross with grained arms, enameled medaillon and brickred eagle

Hossauers Jewelry worked until the mid 1850 years and was then sold to Wilm i think. So your 4th class is the real second type and much rarer than the 3rd type with brickred eagle. And it is an original.

Regards

CSForrester

Thanks for the info, most interesting.

regards

Alex

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