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Honour Cross Next of Kin (Spanienkreuz für Hinterbliebene.)


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I am new to militaria and I recently bought a medal which I believe is a genuine Spanish Honour Cross, Next of Kin award.

 

It is roughly 41mm across and weighs around 12gm. Is this the norm??

 

All the photos I am seeing online, show the small swastikas as a solid from behind, whereas mine has cut outs.
Is this something I should be worried about?

 

If it is real, are these saleable?

I am having trouble uploading photos, so I have added more on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/195277027@N08/albums/72177720300064669


Hopefully someone can help me with this.....

 

Thank You

 

Fatman.

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