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    Iron core, silver frame (marked “800”), loop marked “800” with worn neck ribbon, 48.27x54.46mm, weighs 30.3 grams, textbook cross by maker Steinhauer & Lück, (A type) slightly worn, extremely fine condition.

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    In silver, very small, 8x9mm, reverse plain, attached to LDO slip, very fine. Rare.
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    you have a stunning collection! what is your favorite?


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    Interesting Oakleaves and Swords stickpin. I've never come across one of these before.

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    Do you have any background on this...downright historic item?

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    Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross

    This is the first type of the Knight's Cross issued, very likely in 1939.
    It is unknown who the marker of these very early awards was. It has a three
    quarter loop, and interestingly is marked 800 on the frame. In the book
    "the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross" written by MAERZ, he outlines this
    first issue to be unmarked however, this particular cross, evaluted by
    several experts, stands as the first known example of a marked first issue
    Knight's Cross. Importantly it is clear that the Cross was marked before
    hand and it stands as a rare and possibly unique example of the Knight's

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    Default Tank Badge “25”

    In zinc, silvered wreath, magnetic pin and hinge, aluminum rivets, 47.46x61.95mm, weighs 32.5 grams, unmarked but textbook JFS manufacture, near mint. Excellent example.

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    Default Waffen-SS General Court von Gotteberg

    Soldbuch, with uniform photo, signed by him, issued at 11.8.1944, by then SS-Obergruppenfuhrer von Herff. With all pages, all medals (KC entered). A very rare Soldbuch to a Waffen-SS Commanding General and KC winner – extremely rare! (Sold with Expert Evaluation/Guarantee, by D. Niemann , stating this item belonged to Waffen-SS General Court von Gotteberg)

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