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Ek2 1914, What maker?

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    Default Ek2 1914, What maker?

    Hi. I'm quite interested in this cross but would like to hear some opinions about maker! Do you recognize the maker?

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    Not a clue?

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    Is there any sort of maker's mark or hallmark on it? It's impossible to tell by just looking at it. Dwight

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    No, it's unmarked.. I guess. The seller don't say anything about makers mark or so..

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    Default Re: Ek2 1914, What maker?

    It is believed that these "blued core" crosses are made by C.F. Zimmerman.
    gregM
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