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how much would a Ritterkreuz cost?

Article about: how much are the knights cross selling for ,i really do love the ironcross EK1 EK2 but the knights cross really is something els i hope to own one someday soon maybe, how much are they selli

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    well just seen this witch is alot cheaper but it is sold https://www.history-shop.de/katalog/..._100012_e.html
    works out £2518 witch is not to bad, but with out box, would be nice to have a box really
    any one els seen these for sale? from legit shops

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    Quote by ironcross13 View Post
    well just seen this witch is alot cheaper but it is sold https://www.history-shop.de/katalog/..._100012_e.html
    works out £2518 witch is not to bad, but with out box, would be nice to have a box really
    any one els seen these for sale? from legit shops
    That's not an original wartime cross. It looks like a post war St&L swastika cored "C"- frame (the loop eye/öse dips in the frame), although I don't see any of the known flaws except for the bead flaw on the 12 o'clock arm? Ribbon is fake.....

    A shame this crap sold on Kai Winkler's site at that price!

    Regards

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    really is its a fake? i though that was a really good site to buy from, it did seem a bit cheap TBH

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    I know one piece of an original Knight's Cross in perfect condition, together with its original awarding document signed by A.Hitler that is to be sold for about 5000 dollars

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    Quote by vitharr View Post
    I know one piece of an original Knight's Cross in perfect condition, together with its original awarding document signed by A.Hitler that is to be sold for about 5000 dollars
    Some pictures would be nice, or any other evidence of this award and it's being an original set, as the price you quote is ridiculously cheap for both the cross and the award document (Ritterkreuzurkunde).

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    Five grand for a papered authentic Ritter? Heck, I'll buy it Myself....
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    The story is like this.
    This cross once belonged to Romanian General Petre Dumitrescu the commander of the Romanian Third Army in the Eastern Campaign. He was the second Romanian to receive this distinction after Ion Antonescu. It is a piece of exceptional historical significance as it was awarded to one of the most important romanian generals
    The cross is market with 20 and 800, and the seller is the nephew of the general
    He says that he doesn't sell the awarding document but offers a copy of it instead. Only the cross, ribbon and box are for sale. The price is 5000 US dollars
    Tell me what you think
    Sever (Romania)
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    I was going thru classifieds on a other forum; and it seemed like evryone is selling his RK......I came by quiet a few RK's....
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Quote by vitharr View Post
    The story is like this.
    This cross once belonged to Romanian General Petre Dumitrescu the commander of the Romanian Third Army in the Eastern Campaign. He was the second Romanian to receive this distinction after Ion Antonescu. It is a piece of exceptional historical significance as it was awarded to one of the most important romanian generals
    The cross is market with 20 and 800, and the seller is the nephew of the general
    He says that he doesn't sell the awarding document but offers a copy of it instead. Only the cross, ribbon and box are for sale. The price is 5000 US dollars
    Tell me what you think
    Sever (Romania)
    Nice " story " i suggest you start a thread of it's own about this and much better photos are needed to give a complete analysis but i think i know where this " story " will go !!
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    Nice " story " i suggest you start a thread of it's own about this and much better photos are needed to give a complete analysis but i think i know where this " story " will go !!

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