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Two new EK2 1914 crosses. Opinions?

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    Question Two new EK2 1914 crosses. Opinions?

    Hi everybody!

    First, sorry for my poor English, it's not my native language..
    (Please me gentle)

    I collect porcelain from the Ww2 era but ww1 is not my field so I don't have a clue about these nice crosses.

    Cross 1 (LW? mark)

    Cross 2 (KO mark)

    I hope the pictures are good enough for everybody.
    Any info would be apreciated!!!

    Best regards,

    Stranger One

    Ps: pictures showing strange, sorry
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    Welcome to the Forum! Both Crosses are indeed originals, although the ribbons shouldn't be stapled to the suspension-ring...
    well done and thanks for showing!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Two good looking Eisernes Kreuzen, in very nice condition. Still looking for one to add to my collection

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    2 good EK2s.

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    As everyone else has said, two very nice original crosses.
    gregM
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    Two nice crosses indeed. Especially the first one (LW) is one of the finest I have seen: I like the contrast between the silver beading and the darker patina on the frame and the slightly worn core.

    As for the makers, I believe LW stands for the company Louis Werner, Berlin and KO then should represent Klein & Quenzer from Oberstein.

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