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1939 Spange zum Eisernen Kreuzes 1er Klasse 1914.

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    WOW,
    While I was checking my files, someone who knows did
    chime in.
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    Bronk, one thing that might happen over the years, is that vets may pick up other items post war, and they might end up to be fake. This looks to be a very nice piece
    Ryan

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    very nice item.

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    I had I put on sunglasses just to look at that obverse. Wow!

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    Looks a beauty to me,the fakes often have a "ridge"around the inner edges and this one does not. Simply put it looks as good as you will ever find. Leon.

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    I've got 2 spanges nd 2 RKs...spanges just put into a 'safe place'..I'll try to find my double spange pics

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    to rbemer 207----yes, I thought of that, and wanted some experts to check everything out...with the pistol I have which I believe could not at all have been fake, I tried to think of a reason why my uncle could NOT have picked these up in 45..the war had ended, then the infantry would not have a problem humping around extra goods...thanks for any replies from everyone, always good to thin of every angle

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    There are many reasons why fakes end up in collections belonging to veterans no matter how much people want to believe in them.

    This is why items should stand on their own merit and be judged for what they are.
    Evaluate the item and not the story that comes with it.

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    Quote by daniel1234 View Post
    Looks like time has just froze with this item, it looks the same as it did 70-80 years ago.
    What a excellent family item you have.
    yes, did you see some of my collection on the collection section? everything is in great condtion....the pistol is in great condition....my great granddad came over to US, so, I'm guessing my uncle is like me and keeps everything like the Deutschlanders<>clean and orderly....ty for reply

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Personally, I like this set. It looks to be unissued with full frosting still present-possibly a Mayer?
    IF these are not fakes, I'm super disappointed I didn't get to talk with my uncle---what I really would like to ask everyone, what is their opinion on where he would've found these?? you say unissued...<>picked it up at a manufacturer/or an HQ where they were stored/etc???

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