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Article about: Hello John, That really is a beautiful cross. However, I am a little puzzled by it. All of the crosses that I have seen that are attributed to Moritz Hausch, (including the one I owned) were

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    Hello John,

    That really is a beautiful cross.

    However, I am a little puzzled by it. All of the crosses that I have seen that are attributed to Moritz Hausch, (including the one I owned) were identical to the one Adrian has shown, but yours doesn't have the same inner corners. I was under the impression that they had that little 'bead-free' section, but on yours, only one corner (11 o'clock) has this trait.
    Nevertheless, it is still a stunning cross, congratulations.

    Has anyone seen another like this one?

    Regards - Danny

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    Hello Danny, if you look at my example, it looks like the frame has been rotated through 90 degrees compared to the other two examples.
    I did point that out just after Adrian posted his example. But I have to say IMO the inner corners look the same as the other examples on here.

    R John

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    John, I can see what Danny means. I think my example is similar yours but Adrian's certinly has clearer 'bald' corners which is a defined trait of MH's

    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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    John,
    Here's close up images of your cross on the top and mine below - many similar features, but still I don't think they are identical... modified dies perhaps?

    It's the little things like this that make EK collecting such fun!

    Regards - Danny

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    Interesting close ups Danny, they certainly are not the same. Could be re-worked die scenario as you say

    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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    Here are my example to compare. The best picture I could find at the moment.
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    Hi Danny, thanks for the close ups. I see what you mean. Perhaps a completely different die. Or as you say a reworked one.

    r John

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    Here is mine.
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