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EK2 to be identified

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    Morning gents!

    Standard Q for EK-aces of this forum - is it possible to identifie the producer of this EK2?

    No any markings, off course









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    Morning Bruno
    in this "game" today I 'm just an ace of spades... ahahah
    I have just few ideas but I would need to make a comparision... I think that Adrian could be our ace of hearts.

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    Quote by fabri View Post
    Morning Bruno
    in this "game" today I 'm just an ace of spades... ahahah
    I have just few ideas but I would need to make a comparision... I think that Adrian could be our ace of hearts.
    Haha!
    It is certainly possible to identify the cross, I'm at work at the moment so haven't got access to my references to compare this one to but will definitely take a look when I get home.

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    Hi Bruno

    A very nice cross, I will let Fabri and Adrian have a stab before I tell you the maker ..........

    It looks like the inner corners have been file down to accommodate the large swastika

    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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    Hi Nick

    yes seems on front side but I think this frame has the stamped round corners, maybe more visible on back.

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    138?

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    I don't see a #138, but I can't tell the maker right now.
    My first thought was #122 with the round corners, but it's not that one..
    I have to have a look in my little database in my computer at home.

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    So - #122 or #138 or some other ??

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    Definitely not a '122'. Apologies for not looking further at the cross, been really busy the last couple of weeks.

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    Quote by Adrian View Post
    Definitely not a '122'. Apologies for not looking further at the cross, been really busy the last couple of weeks.

    Sorry, ADRIAN,

    take your time, off course I just wanted to flash a bit with my Q

    This EK2 was bought by me at flea market in BERLIN, few years ago. Seller was asking 100.EUR but I was just back from Afghanistan and smart enough to bargain the price down to 80.EUR

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