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    I collect mainly Imperial era iron crosses so anything
    Ek related catches my eye. Some of these fall into the
    ephemera slot.

    first up is a art deco style wood box I would guess to be
    from the early part of ww2.
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    I collect mainly Imperial era iron crosses so anything
    Ek related catches my eye. Some of these fall into the
    ephemera slot.

    first up is a art deco style wood box I would guess to be
    from the early part of ww2.
    Chopperman,
    Can you tell us a little about the box, how you acquired it and other things you may know about it.......great looking box, I'd like to have it as well. Beautiful.
    Ramon

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    Not much to tell. I bought it from a fellow forum member
    who really didn't know much about it either.
    It is about 7 inches by 10 inches and 3 1/2 inches tall.
    The iron cross is a one piece patriotic item marked DRGM
    with a screw back style attachment.

    No way to know what it originally intended for but now it's
    a good place to store some of my misc collection crap.

    Next up is a neat brass wall plaque. It is roughly 8 inches square
    and is made of wood with a thin brass sheet covering it.
    Purchased off ebay many years ago.
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    Chopperman ,
    appears to be a copper hammering, where someone took an EK and then hammered the outline onto the copper sheet. I like it. This is turning out to be quite a D&P show.
    Ramon

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    It's much bigger than an Ek.
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    Two more pieces from me. Both are Iron cross related
    but are not crosses.

    These are Liebig collectors cards. One from a series
    printed in 1905 shows the awarding of Louise Order and
    the 1871 maiden's cross. The other is from a series printed
    in 1898 that shows the awarding of the 1813 Iron cross. I
    picked these up to display with my originals of these crosses.
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    Hi Chopperman, Very nice items, I too like anything to do with the Iron Cross although I do not collect specifficaly along those lines. Thank you for showing and please keep them coming!!!!!!!!!
    Best wishes Michael R

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    Hi All, Seeing that we are talking crosses at the moment here are three miniature Mother's Crosses to have a shuffty at. Hope you like them. They are Gold, Silver and Bronze. Cheers Michael R


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