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Hallo everyone,

as I am absolutely no expert on medals and orders - apart from some basic knowledge - I would really appreciate your opinion(s) on these two EK1. They come from a known veteran (machine-gunner, NCO) and were worn well into the 1950s on a volunteer-firefighter uniform. So they are basically "real" but it would be great for me to know wether they are period 1914-1918 pieces or perhaps later replacements.

The only markings are "KO" and "800" - and I just love the patina ;-D

looking forward for your comments

ArHo

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Hi!

As for me (and I'm not an expert) both crosses look good 🙂

regards

Prem

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Thanks for your opinions - good to hear theyre originals!

VtwinVince: do you know what the "KO" means? Is it the manufacturer?

Best
ArHo

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Klein, Oberstein.

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45 minutes ago, dond said:

Klein, Oberstein.

Merci!

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3 hours ago, Eric Stahlhut said:

the top cross is of the sedlatzek/mayer variety

 

Brilliant - thank you Eric!

Cheers

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