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57er 1st Class KVK with crossed swords.

Article about: Again another recent purchase, an early 1960's War merits cross first class, with crossed swords, probably by St u L, being frosted with burnished/polished highlights...crisp detail and long

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    Default 57er 1st Class KVK with crossed swords.

    Again another recent purchase, an early 1960's War merits cross first class, with crossed swords, probably by St u L, being frosted with burnished/polished highlights...crisp detail and long rear pin...I just have to find a non combatents KVK to keep it company...oh, and a couple of Knights Crosses of the KVK !
    Prost ! Steve.
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    "The German Army is the perfectly adapted, perfectly running Machine. The difference is that the Germans are organised with a view to War...with the cold, hard, practical and business-like purpose of winning victories."
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    Default Re: 57er 1st Class KVK with crossed swords.

    That's a stunner. Details are so crisp and really pop out with the frosting. I would say that was a very good buy!

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    Default Re: 57er 1st Class KVK with crossed swords.

    Nice piece Steve, a decent earlyish example with the frosting still there I would guess.

    Quote by oradour View Post
    I just have to find a non combatents KVK to keep it company...oh, and a couple of Knights Crosses of the KVK !
    In the meantime you can look at mine: 1957 Kriegsverdienstkreuz.

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    Default Re: 57er 1st Class KVK with crossed swords.

    Nice piece, Steve. Here are some usefull links for determining the maker:

    GCA

    GCA

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