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Article about: ciao Massimo these are nice pics that show interesting crosses. These crosses have all the same frame, always used for the Ubergrosse. The difference than mine and many others stays just abo

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    Hi guys

    it was not in my intentions to have a nice Ubergrosse because price but I have had a "lucky touch" so now the brothers can stay together. A nice pair.
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    Yes keep them in the family...nice cross's..just wondering why are these crosses harder to find and what do they roughly cost....i have one on my shopping list...

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    Ahahahahahahah...... nice shot fabri.
    "our friend" continue to mistake shot over shot..... my Schinkel no magnetic Deumer and now your Ubergrosse, selled to a very chip price; but this is better for us.
    I've seen only another type of Ubergrosse more rare than this one, with different inner edge frame, the owner is a Russian of GCA forum.
    Nice add to your collection my dear friend..... ( adesso non mi rompere + i maroni che non hai culo!!)
    Ciao dana', ciao "little devil"
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    Quote by darrenj40 View Post
    Yes keep them in the family...nice cross's..just wondering why are these crosses harder to find and what do they roughly cost....i have one on my shopping list....
    The crosses are harder to find because compared to other variants there weren't so many made. They're rarer than the Schinkel 'A' type and Round Three crosses. The small frame Ubergrosse is rarer again than the 'regular' oversized examples. Prices vary but around €500 seems to be the going rate. Occasionally you might find one being sold cheaper but you need to shop around and be in the right place at the right time.

    Fabri, nice crosses and thanks for showing them!

    Massimo, will the owner of this other type of Ubergrosse be prepared to let you post pics of the cross?

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    The caracteristic of the Ubergrosse are, IMHO :

    1. Cutted inner edges (1 or 3)
    2. Silver frame
    3. Defect of a framework (at 6 o'clock)

    But not all Ubergrosse have the inner edges cutted and for me, ever personal opinion, there cross are most difficult to find.
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    Thank you guys.

    Yes Adrian you 're right and this is that happened, I was in the right place at the right time, sometimes happens and this time was good for me.

    @Massimo: sì è vero, adesso è pareggio, abbiamo avuto un colpo di fortuna però meritato

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    A lovely duo Fabri congrats

    Massimo, thanks for the visual info

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    This cross is property of Romanov Denis and Watermarked.
    We see the 4 inner corners perfects, w/out cutting.
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    Another one by Franki same intact inner corners frame.
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    Few time ago a dealer shown a Ubergrosse combo with a bag, probably one marker for this type ?

    Under the watermark we see : Jakob Bengel, Oberstein

    Any comment or / and opinion is welcome, I'm here to learn

    That's all guys
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