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I am hoping some one may be able to assist me with the 'kreuz' that Major I.V.d.E. Rudolf Eichelter is wearing from his jacket button hole.   I suspect it is a non Austro-Hungarian award.  I apologise for the poor quality, but I can't make the picture any clearer.



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Wilhelm Cross with Swords, 1915, Württemberg.

The general roundness of the rays, a flat ring, a light ribbon with a dark narrow band.


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  • Ian changed the title to Unidentified medal (kreuz)
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On 13.04.2021 at 11:58, Ian said:

Потрясающе, и я думаю, вы попали ... Вюртембергский крест с мечами.


С уважением,


I'm not a fool at all, I notice myself, especially in the evening after a couple of beers.

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