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The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

Article about: by danhashman There are those little crossed swords on the ribbon. Is there something to tell about that? I often see Ehrenkreuze whose ribbons have no little swords attached to it, i guess

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    No, actually, more for protection against sunlight. Although, truth be told... should I ever attempt to frame them and hang them on the dining room wall instead of the mediterranean scenes and ceramic ornament thingies, I am certain I would meet with some very serious resistance, indeed.
    Lol
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    No, actually, more for protection against sunlight. Although, truth be told... should I ever attempt to frame them and hang them on the dining room wall instead of the mediterranean scenes and ceramic ornament thingies, I am certain I would meet with some very serious resistance, indeed.
    It's a shame because your collection framed would be quite a sight!

    Trouble is, how much room can you leave for the additions that will inevitably come along......?

    I have the same situation with my Mutterkreuz but my Minesweepers will have a definite cut off point. Unfortunately I haven't decided what point that will be......

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    One more little thing, just in the mail - Another single ribbon bar for the Frontkämpfer cross; measuring 15 x 18 mm, this one is smaller and narrower than those posted before:

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

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    Dear Andreas
    Your collection is unique ! Its even better detailed and large from a museum collection !
    A great assistance for collectors like us who just make the first steps as militaria item collectors.
    Congratulations for your free time the courage and the money you spend till now.
    It would be grate if one day you could make a picture (even from distance) including all your items.
    Just to have an idea of the size of your collection with one shot !

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    A few more acquisitions with which I am quite pleased, all of the Hinterbliebenen class.

    First, a full-size cross which the recipient has mounted for wear in a very simple manner:

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    And here are three different buttonhole ribbons for civilian wear. Two are mounted as ribbon bows [Bandschleifen] and one is a rather small (14 mm wide) ribbon roll [Bandrolle]


    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

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    Excellent additions Andreas !

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Indeed. And excellent macro photos depicting every little detail.
    Looks like you are using a source of light too, instead of the camera's flash, right?
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Quote by don_kihotis7 View Post
    Indeed. And excellent macro photos depicting every little detail.
    Looks like you are using a source of light too, instead of the camera's flash, right?
    Thanks, Chris!

    No flash, but no artificial light source either; it's really just natural late-afternoon ambient light. I always take these photographs with the items placed on the back cover of a linen-bound book laid down on a windowsill. The camera is a 7.1 Megapixel Pentax M30 digital cam.

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    More... Yet another Kriegsteilnehmer cross, yet another mounting style (with quite a substantial reverse set-up), yet another manufacturer (KM&F):

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    Some more civilian-wear "lapel" versions. First, a "group photo" with some scale reference:

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    Here is a 3-place Bandschleife (ribbon bow) representing the Prussian Kreuz für Kriegshilfsdienst, the Frontkämpfer cross and a Red Cross- or Volkspflege medal/-decoration:

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    A small Kriegsteilnehmer cross Bandrolle (ribbon roll) of identical construction to the one seen in post # 95:

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz


    A very simple mounting style, with miniature ribbons folded and sewn into flat loops and fitted with safety pins. Top, a Frontkämpfer and a Kriegsteilnehmer cross and bottom, a 1914 EK2/Kriegsteilnehmer cross combination:

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

    The 1914/1918 Ehrenkreuz

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    Excellent little additions freund
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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