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WW-1 Iron Cross Authentication

Article about: I picked this up today at are local flea market and would like to know if It is Original and a little info on the maker if someone could be of assistance the ring is stamped with what appear

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    Default WW-1 Iron Cross Authentication

    I picked this up today at are local flea market and would like to know if It is Original and a little info on the maker if someone could be of assistance the ring is stamped with what appears to be the letters M F H or M F N I do believe it to be a M F N but I am having a hard time with the last letter any help would be appreciated.

    Regards Mark K
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    "MFH" A still unknown maker.
    It is easily recognizable even without being marked from it's very unique style crown.

    a nice original cross
    gregM
    Live to ride -- Ride to live

    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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    Default Re: WW-1 Iron Cross Authentication

    Thanks I did pick it up at a very good price as well are there many that are marked that are unknown makers.

    Regards Mark k

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