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Eisernes Kreuz II klasse "Schinkel"

Article about: As its tradition to celebrate the first day of summer of the Old Norse Calender up here in the north, we use the National holiday celebrate and exchange gifts. I got my first "Schinkle&

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    Default Eisernes Kreuz II klasse "Schinkel"

    As its tradition to celebrate the first day of summer of the Old Norse Calender up here in the north, we use the National holiday to celebrate and exchange gifts.

    I got my first "Schinkle" and what a nice gift and gesture! (even if its from myself)

    I believe its a Deumer from what I can figure out, but would really like some help on that matter.

    Thank you, and happy summer

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    A very nice Deumer indeed! Magnetic core or not?

    Regards

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    Indeed a nice gift ! Did it come with a thin ribbon.

    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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    A nice Deumer Schinkel.

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    Thank you Nick, im very happy, also got a bagged K&Q in the same loot, quite happy

    Yes it has a magnetic core (Y)

    Woolgar,
    It came with a ribbon, but seems to be the standard width

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    very nice EK2.

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    Congrats, lucky guy ;-)))
    I think we will have to go for that celebration too, and maybe a couple more !! ;-)

    Mfg
    Marc
    Still missing a Schinkel :-/
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    Nice one my nordic friend

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    Quote by unimarc View Post
    Congrats, lucky guy ;-)))
    I think we will have to go for that celebration too, and maybe a couple more !! ;-)

    Mfg
    Marc
    Still missing a Schinkel :-/
    Thank you Marc
    Yes you should

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    forgive my ignorance, i'm just getting into this game. Can anybody tell me what the difference is between a "Schinkel" and an ordinary EK11. What should I be looking out for?

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