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how much would a Ritterkreuz cost?

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    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 selling for? ive seen them for like £10000, i would have to do a lot of research before i got one but just so i get ideas on prices

    thanks martin

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    Ratisbons is having an auction next week. I think they have one up for sale. Maybe this will give an indication of current market prices
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    Depends. Anywhere from $4,000 to $12,000. That's the price range I have seen. Haven't seen one for sale for a while now so not sure where the prices are at the moment. Consider buying a 1957 version. They're much cheaper, a great way to fill the void without emptying the bank account and they're just as real as wartime crosses as they were authorized by the government, so when it comes to the iron cross timeline they're legit.

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    These are currently for sale on the following fora.....

    -->WAF

    2 x St&l: $8500
    3 x K&Q: $8000/$8500/$10500

    -->GCA

    K&Q: €8290
    Juncker: €9290

    ....to give you a price estimate.

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    Nick

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    Was there ever such a thing as a miniature Ritterkreuz version on ribbon (not 1957)? Just asking because I seem to remember Weitze adding one described as such not too long back --- but I was unable to come up with any more info at the time.

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    I was going to buy one just to have one, and ended up with three. Funny., that's how my helmet collection began

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    wow thanks guys they really are not cheap atall, there must not be many around
    its a shame there so expensive
    i only have 5 EK2s 4 with envelopes 1 boxed EK1 one unboxed all with MM 3 Russian front meddles i Krim shield and some coins
    i need to start buying more need some find some trust worthy UK sellers

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    Basic Knight's Crosses awarded = 7,361
    Oak Leaves = 890
    Swords and Oakleaves = 160
    Oakleaves, Swords and Diamonds = 27
    Gold Oakleaves, Swords and Diamonds = 1
    William

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    William,

    Awarded is the key word. Right? Probably a significant number also liberated for stock. Still though, very rare.

    Michael

    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Basic Knight's Crosses awarded = 7,361
    Oak Leaves = 890
    Swords and Oakleaves = 160
    Oakleaves, Swords and Diamonds = 27
    Gold Oakleaves, Swords and Diamonds = 1
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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