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Eisernes Kreuz display.

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    Here is the ultimate Iron Cross display. It can be seen in the Ukrainian armed forces museum.
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    Last edited by Adrian; 02-09-2012 at 09:03 AM. Reason: Title changed to use German terminology.

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    I'd love to be able to pick a few out of that pile. Looks like they've got some extras

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    what's the story here then?????, were they brought back from berlin??? or captured enroute to some where in the ukraine/russia???,

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    WOW! this is incredible! I bet Nick or Adrian could make one of these!

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    Cool way to display them all. Bet there are some real beauties in there.

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    My bet is that they were taken from German POWs

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    Hi and welcome to the forum!
    This one has been posted before along with a few others, take a look at the 'Post your EK collection' thread. It is an innovative method of display!

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    it 's interesting to see that there is a lot of wideframe EKIIs ! I would be curious to know the maker.....

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