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    Default RK neckribbon + oak leaves

    Hi guys,
    What do you think of this high ranking item?
    Is it ww2 or 1957 variation?
    Cheers

    George
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    Default Re: neckribbon EK2 + oak leaves

    Most all Klein & Quenzer OLS's are modern fakes. The edges of the reverse side of this pair are rough and crudely finished. Unfortunately, I would have to say that this pair is simply one of the many fairly recent K&Q's that have been hitting the market.
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    Default Re: neckribbon EK2 + oak leaves

    ......and not a 57er set either, the way to tell, is that on a 1957 set the cross piece/hilts of the swords are joined to the other swords blade, and there is no detail on the reverse of the swords, on WW2 versions they do not touch as on the above set.......see this 57er set for comparison
    Prost ! Steve.
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    Default Re: RK neckribbon + oak leaves

    The ribbon is not pre 1945 either in my opinion.

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    Default Re: RK neckribbon + oak leaves

    Hi Steve!
    Thanks, I've learned something today and desided to let it go.
    Cheers

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