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There are slight variations in Quality, but I think which ones are "nicest" are mostly dependant on the collectors personal taste, so it would be hard to work that in...

Blitz was collecting stats...

Agreed--I got involved in that argument on that other forum.

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Agreed--I got involved in that argument on that other forum.

IMHO there was sure to be a difference in Quality. The Army set a standard of quality control for issue crosses, but this is as always a minimum quality that must be reached. There was nothing stopping a company of being "that bit better"...

It can mean that company JJ made an effort on the detail of the corps... or they changed their dies rather than continuing producing with worn out dies, or did a nicer thicker ring etc. etc....

All knives cut, but some look better than others....

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Totally agree with you.

Anyone who has held some of these crosses in hand

can easily see and feel the difference. But as I found,

this is very subjective as some people don't have a

sense of humor (or style or taste)

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Check out these two.... and they are from the same company.... can anyone say they are the same quality and keep a straight face?

http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/61000-why-y-oh-why/

Surely the quality is different. I believe because of different dies. The fine detail in one that is not in the other shows the difference in die quality. If that is not a possible reason then I put forth one was made in the morning and the other made later in the afternoon, based on the known fact that germans have 5-10 flippys with their lunch. Prost!!!! :beer::lol:

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