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    Hello! Does anyone know who is the maker of these crosses ? Thanks for help!enni
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    1 and 2: Steinhauer & Luck ?
    4: Klein & Quenzer



    Regards

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    No.1 - Steinhauer & Luck type.
    No.2 - ?
    No.3 - ?
    No.4 - Klein & Quenzer.

    Nos 2 and 3 I believe are by the same maker but would like less blurred shots to be sure if possible.

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    I love wandering into threads that are not in my field, it's like walking into a gnomes workshop with crazy machinery spinning cogs and venting steam. They all look the same to me so I tip my hat to your expertise gents

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    I love wandering into threads that are not in my field, it's like walking into a gnomes workshop with crazy machinery spinning cogs and venting steam. They all look the same to me so I tip my hat to your expertise gents
    Haha! There are some crazy spinning gnomes here alright and occasionally they do vent steam!

    I know what you mean though, I have trouble understanding how the guys in the helmet forum can tell who made a particular helmet by looking at it and how they can tell a fake decal from a good one and the different makers of original decals.

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    I love wandering into threads that are not in my field, it's like walking into a gnomes workshop with crazy machinery spinning cogs and venting steam. They all look the same to me so I tip my hat to your expertise gents
    I tip my hat too. Thanks for help! enni

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    Quote by Adrian View Post
    No.1 - Steinhauer & Luck type.
    No.2 - ?
    No.3 - ?
    No.4 - Klein & Quenzer.

    Nos 2 and 3 I believe are by the same maker but would like less blurred shots to be sure if possible.
    Hello! Some new pictures EK no.3. Are these any help? .enni
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    Hello! Some new pictures EK no.3. Are these any help? .enni
    Hello ! #4# Steinhauer & Lück ?

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    If we are not sure it must be an S&L

    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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    No, #4 is a Klein & Quenzer.

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