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Kriegsverdiesntkreuz 2.Klasse mit Schwerten.

Article about: Hi everyone, I was looking to buy a war merit cross 2nd with sword and found this one for a good prize. I wanted to know what experts like you guys think about it and can tell me about it co

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    Question Kriegsverdiesntkreuz 2.Klasse mit Schwerten.

    Hi everyone,

    I was looking to buy a war merit cross 2nd with sword and found this one for a good prize. I wanted to know what experts like you guys think about it and can tell me about it condition? I'm also confuse about the difference between the silver merit cross and the bronze one. Thank
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    Kriegsverdiesntkreuz 2.Klasse mit Schwerten.  
    Last edited by Adrian; 09-12-2013 at 01:22 PM. Reason: Title changed to use German terminology.

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    Silver is for the First Class types, or the Knights Cross versions.

    Lol - I was thinking of picking this one up myself, as I have
    a 2nd Class Iron Cross by the same '100' maker.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Silver is for the First Class types, or the Knights Cross versions.

    Lol - I was thinking of picking this one up myself, as I have
    a 2nd Class Iron Cross by the same '100' maker.........
    Really? I saw it first hahaha

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    Thank, but actually I wanted to know the difference between the one without sword silver and bronze the two of them 2nd class?

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    Nice Rudolf Wachtler & Lange Mittweida.

    Eric
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    Quote by Eric Zentner View Post
    Nice Rudolf Wachtler & Lange Mittweida.

    Eric
    Sorry? What are those? lol

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    The maker 100= Rudolf Wachtler & Lange Mittweida. It is called a Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2.Klasse mit Schwertern .
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    Better snap it up before I do ! - $45 is around the going rate these days.

    The ones without swords ( 1st and 2nd Classes ) are for some
    type of performance in non combat situations - to 'further
    the War effort'.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Eric Zentner View Post
    The maker 100= Rudolf Wachtler & Lange Mittweida.
    Ah ok, I thought it was a part of the medal or something hahaha :P

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    Its a fine cross, and its good to see that you have found a very reputable dealer. Now if i understand your question you want to know what the difference is between the one you have shown and a "silver" one. Ok unlike other German awards the War Cross did not follower the Black/bronze-silver-Gold ranking system. The one you have displayed is made out of tombac and is usually an early war version (copper-zinc mix) Where this one is made out of pure zinc and has tarnished. No difference in stature of the medal but different material compound. Although the tombac ones do have a nicer look.
    Kriegsverdiesntkreuz 2.Klasse mit Schwerten.

    When you get into the Knights cross of the war merit cross you will find actual silver medals.

    Here is my set which is currently missing the 1st class without swords.
    Kriegsverdiesntkreuz 2.Klasse mit Schwerten.

    I hope this has helped
    Morris

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