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these are excellent, quality-made crosses, and now you need the double screwback version to keep it company! and then all the different hallmark variants, lol!

on this particular cross the screwpost has been replaced at some point. very nice to see it still has the retaining disc intact, as many crosses i've encountered often have this element missing, for some odd reason

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Eric, 

I have previously stated, this is my first screw back and certainly not the last.. Tis a slippery slope for sure with these. 

I certainly will keep a look out for the other variants.  Thank you!

Regards,

Joel  

 

Chris, 

Thank you!   From what I've seen, there has been no reference to DOV stamping in particular.  I'm only dipping my toe in uncharted waters...Anyone know of any others with different stamps or markings?

I'm intrigued. 

Joel 

 

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On 07/02/2021 at 10:39, Chris Boonzaier said:

I read that the DOV had 50 sales points/branches, many in occupied countires, where officers could buy anything from awards to uniforms to map cases... just some info of interest.....

AND you could also invest with them...here is an early document that shows a modest return of 4% interest

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and here is their company logo from the 20s/30s...i've never noticed it before so i thought i'd share it.

it's a rather unique design

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