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Double marked EK2

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    Default Double marked EK2

    Hi. How common is it with a double marked ek2?
    Here is pictures on one that is currently for sale. The price is around 140, which is expensive for an ek2 (my opinoin).
    What do you guys think? Is it too expensive to buy?

    (The cross is marked '106', Bruder Schneider A.G. Wien)
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    Default Re: Double marked EK2

    They are quite rare, not easy to find at all.
    I guess it comes down to what each collector finds desirable. I personally wouldn't pay much more for a double marked example and certainly not 140. Other collectors who find double marked EKs desirable may disagree and be happy to pay a premium for such an example.

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    They are quite rare, not easy to find at all.
    I guess it comes down to what each collector finds desirable. I personally wouldn't pay much more for a double marked example and certainly not 140. Other collectors who find double marked EKs desirable may disagree and be happy to pay a premium for such an example.
    I agree with Adrian, nice to have due to it being unusual , I would personally pay around 110 Euros

    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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    Hello
    I agree with guys, 100 Euro could be the right price for an uncommon 106. Double marked ? ok could be 10% more but not 40% ..

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    Thanks for the replies.
    Yeah maybe it's rare but as said alittle too expensive. If it was 100-115, I would had bought it instantly.

    Maybe I sould go for this one. Maybe it's alittle expensive too
    (110), but it looks great!
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    It's way too much!

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    For the unmarked one?

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    Default Re: Double marked EK2

    Yes, too much for the unmarked W&L.
    I have 5 mint unmarked W&L, and they useally don't cost more that 70-80 euro.

    But if you really want it, just go for it.
    I have it in the same way sometimes. But only with the really rare crosses.
    Regards

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    Yeah true. But i'm more into the doublemarked one. But I'm unsure if I should buy it or not. They aren't that common and it might take years before i see another...
    What do you think Snni?

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    you have to remember also that 106 is a harder to find maker.

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