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Ritterkreuz des Kriegsverdienstkreuz mit Schwerten.

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    I've had this award for a couple of years and have always thought it was a reproduction. But you never know!! Here we go.... Marty
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    Any ideas? Marty

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    Well, I don't know about these at all, but here's a genuine Deschler, and the field behind the 1939 date and swastika appears much more vaulted than yours. I don't know if it means anything, but the maker mark is also quite different.

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    I thought that it was a copy. I found it in collection of uniforms,awards etc. that I bought a few years back. I owner had passed away and I bought the whole collection and did not see this piece until I really started going through everything. But you feel that it is good copy? Marty

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    I have no experience with these, but seeing as it reads '900'
    it should be quite heavy if it truly is made of silver.
    Leaning on the 'good copy' side though.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    53grams

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    Look at the crude seams on the sword grips....sorry, but this one is
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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