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Article about: Hi guys, I have been offered a couple of Iron Crosses for trade and wanted to get some opinions on them. I cant make it out but the cross on the right is does show a makers mark. What do you

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    Very nice EK additions Kirby! The 1939 version is definitely a '123' - Beck Hassinger & Co, the ribbon is definitely a wartime example and the Imperial EK is possibly a +M+.

    Compare to this makers mark from my collection.......
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    Quote by AdrianC View Post
    the Imperial EK is possibly a +M+.

    Compare to this makers mark from my collection.......
    Hi Adri,
    your cross have same core ? just for curiosity.
    I think Massimo have another one with same stamp on ring if he want show it.
    (I know that here is III Reich area but it 's to complete the argument).

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    Quote by fabri View Post
    Hi Adri,
    your cross have same core ? just for curiosity.
    Hello Fabri,
    I have two +M+ marked crosses, both have different cores to the cross that started the thread. I think Massimo has the maker of the cross correct but the makers mark is very different from what I would expect to see on a Carl Dillenius cross.

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    Quote by AdrianC View Post
    Hello Fabri,
    I have two +M+ marked crosses, both have different cores to the cross that started the thread. I think Massimo has the maker of the cross correct but the makers mark is very different from what I would expect to see on a Carl Dillenius cross.
    Thanks Adri.
    I think Massimo have not showed it yet, I have seen that cross in an Italian forum and seems to have the same stamp on ring.

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