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iron cross & combatant medal set

Article about: from an estate sale today; I primarily collect and trade/sell wwii collectibles and this medal set was with some wwii insignia. Can anyone give me an idea as to its uniqueness if any and its

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    from an estate sale today; I primarily collect and trade/sell wwii collectibles and this medal set was with some wwii insignia. Can anyone give me an idea as to its uniqueness if any and its possible value? Thank you.
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    That is probably the most common ww1/ww2 medal bar
    combination. Nothing unique about it at all. --Sorry.
    gregM
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    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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    thanks for your comment

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    I agree with Chopperman: it is a standard medal bar of a ww1 veteran. You can find this combination by many sellers for approx. 50-60 .

    Try to carefully look if there is some maker's mark on the ribbon ring of the Iron Cross. The core details looks similar to CD 800, which is one of the more sought after makers. The Honour Cross of the World War 1914/1918 was made by Glaser & Sons from Dresden.

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    nice but common.

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