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Deutscher Adlerorden mit Stern und Schwerten.

Article about: by Glenn66 Some days it is very like the WAF here... Heaven forbid. Let us always remember: Without eternal vigilance, it can happen here!

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    Not to mention the 6 o'clock arm of the cross in image #1, the right hand leg of the cross is not symmetrical with the left hand leg.

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    Yes Glenn and a few more to boot,not a great copy but easy to trip up the starter.
    I got this with another award.When i showed the guy it was a copy he sent it to for free.not before throwing it at something first.He wasent a happy bunney hence the dammage.
    Nice to find a few as a show case though.
    Regards Pete

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    Hello to everyone, I have just registered to this forum. I have a question regarding the document that was given with the "Verdienstkreuz des Deutschen Adlerordens mit dem Stern Order vom deutschen adler mit dem stern". I have read on some sites that the signature of Hitler, on the document, is not authentic, and on some sites it says that it is. I have this document with the, but I don't know if the signature is authentic. So if you could help me. Thank you.

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    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    A good close up pic would be a great help.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hello again. Here are some pictures of the Certificate and the Verdienstkreuz des Deutschen Adlerordens mit dem Stern Order vom deutschen adler mit dem stern. I know what it is and who received this kind of order. My great grandfather was awarded this order, but I don't know if Hitlers signature on this document is authentic.
    Thanks for your help.
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    Wonderfull items! Thanks for sharing them.

    The signature is correct for the document. It is not hand signed though. It is a printed facsimile. You can tell this as the blue ink is the same shade throughout: on a hand signed item where the strokes of the letters cross over or stop to change direction, you will see lighter and darker tones.

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    Thank you Ade
    I thought so too but I wasn't sure. The signature in the lower right has also the same shade so i thought maybe Hitlers was authentic. Can you tell me was it normal for Hitlers signature to be printed on the Certificates of this Order?

    Best wishes.

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    Quite normal.

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    I am really sorry to bother about this so much, but I am really interested. I have been looking and comparing the printed signature of Hitler from other documents and I saw that all the signatures are different. How come?
    When I write my signature with a "modern" pen it has the same shades. I suppose at that time they used fountain pens to sign documents. I do have a couple of fountain pens, but they don't have a high quality ink and they are not the best pens so I can't say if the fountain pens can produce the same shades.
    Here is another picture with both signatures. I noticed that there are two dots on the seal, like ink drops, and they are the same colour as Hitlers signature.
    Thank you.
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    You are correct. A fountain pen would have been used during the period.

    Cheers, Ade.
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