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EK II - WOI indetification ?

Article about: hello Could somebody help identify this EK II, it has a stamp on the ring that i dont recognize, it seems a the lettercode of three whit the first beeing probably a (M), thank's

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    Could somebody help identify this EK II, it has a stamp on the ring that i dont recognize, it seems a the lettercode of three whit the first beeing probably a (M), thank's
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    Hello
    have a look here:
    Makers of the 1914 EK2
    cordially
    Didier

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    Hello bronkie,
    I would suspect Wilm to be the maker of this particular cross. His marks are often quite illegible. But that is just my assumption. I don't know whether Wilm used this type of core.

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    I would go for WILM, although your photos are not very helpful in identification. Here is the WILM mark photographed correctly, compare it by yourself.

    https://www.militariaplaza.nl/world-...ss-wilm-detail

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    Quote by Miro View Post
    I would go for WILM, although your photos are not very helpful in identification. Here is the WILM mark photographed correctly, compare it by yourself.

    https://www.militariaplaza.nl/world-...ss-wilm-detail
    Wilm is my guess as well.
    gregM
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