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EK2 maker marked 65

Article about: Hi Before I part with my kids inheritance, is it genuine? 1939 pattern Die struck, three piece iron and alloy constructed. Thanks in advance.

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    Hi

    Before I part with my kids inheritance, is it genuine?
    1939 pattern Die struck, three piece iron and alloy constructed.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Hi Stefan,
    Are the pics of the same cross? The top pic looks like a Steinhauer & Luck, the bottom of a Klein & Quenzer......
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    Stefan , its not the same cross, look at the curvature difference on the top arm and one pic has rounded corners and the other sharp corners

    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 / Adrian, your right, I have emailed the seller for the correct images. Will post once I know what I'm looking at. LOL

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    Both are original but given the choice I would go for the K&Q.

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    Both are original but given the choice I would go for the K&Q.
    Hi Adrian / Nick, have since spoken to the owner of the medal and can confirm it's the (MM 65) Klien & Quenzer, which I am now the proud owner of.

    The pictures were put up by his wife apparently, hence the discrepancy.

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    It's a nice cross Stefan, look forward to seeing more pics when you get it in hand.

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    It's a nice cross Stefan, look forward to seeing more pics when you get it in hand.
    Will do, looking forward to getting it.

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    Glad its sorted Stefan, a nice cross

    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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    Well it arrived, a little disappointed (I think) it wasn't a 65 K&Q but 106 a Brüder Schneider and it was the first picture on my op. Will be speaking to the seller shortly.

    Good or Bad?

    Pictures attached, I do like the patina, slight rust spots and the magnetic core is loose i.e. it moves, which is nice and original ribbon (do I change it for a new piece for display?)

    Anyway, not to be out done, I've just purchased a 1st Class 65, will post pics when it arrives.

    S
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