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Replica or original? 1914 2nd cross

Article about: Hello, i have a question about this cross iron 1914 2nd. Do you think, its original? the seller declares this by a decree, but im not sure on 100% if its original.. Thank for any reply And a

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    Pionier Jonathan Grünewald der Pionier Kompanie 107.

    Regards, Rik

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    Thanks to all for fast replies , If its not copy what price range is reasonable?

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    Imperial EKs tend to be less expensive than Third Reich examples, with most dealers tending to sell them at around the £40-50 mark, which is about 50-70 USD. Don't know how much a cross with a certificate would sell for, though. With that kind of provenance, it could be a fair bit more.

    "Don't worry about the bullets, I've got an umbrella". - Major Digby Tatham-Warter

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    I'd research the man a bit--knowing certain battles for the Kompagnie as well as further documents for him will help. I've seen them sell with a cert (and I can't say this one looks right without seeing it up close--some guys make copies of them and sell the copy with a nice medal) for $50-$100, but if I found a unit I have a fondness for, or an intriguing record for the man, I would pay more.

    Appears he served in the 54. Inf. Div:

    54. Infanterie-Division (WK1)

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