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    Default RK micro 800

    Need opinions on that one...

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    I don't have any problems with this cross....
    the only thing I don't like about it is the fact that I don't own it!

    Very nice indeed.

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    I agree with Danny. A very nice cross without any of the later beading flaws and lots of frosting.
    Wolfgang

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    I like the hand file work of the beading corners. So far, no obvious red flags that I'm seeing.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    Thanks for the answers.

    I thnik that its so called type "A" the font and no beading flaws.

    Agree?

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    I believe it is.

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    Yes, it is the "A" frame. "B" frames will typically have the "Dot" flaw on the lower beading section of the 3 o'clock arm. The "A" type frames did however develop severe beading flaws resulting from a crack in the die.
    Here is an example of moderately flawed cross, and another where the flaw has progressed somewhat.
    Wolfgang

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    I want to send it to some expert for the expertize, do you have any sugestions? Weitze?

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    To me, Dietrich Maerz is one of very few people who can provide a meaningful expertise. That is my opinion only though.
    Wolfgang

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    Default Re: RK micro 800

    Dietrich Maerz's word on authenticity would probably carry most weight at the moment.

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