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Article about: I would appreciate some input on this wartime rellic. The history behind my obtaining this piece is rather simple; I had received it from the American G.I. who had found it and brought it ba

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    I would appreciate some input on this wartime rellic. The history behind my obtaining this piece is rather simple; I had received it from the American G.I. who had found it and brought it back after WWII. He had discovered it in the rubble of a home somewhere in Lower Bavaria, wasn't certain of exactly when, and felt that it was worthwhile saving it. That's it, end of story.

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    its been there,look after it.

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    She has seen the war for sure!

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    An MK with a tale to tell

    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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    A badly damaged Mutterkreuz that looks like it was retrieved from a pile of rubble!

    Not much input to put in unfortunately.

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    I'm hope that the mother who wore this survived the bombing and war; for her children's sake. I cherish a piece such as this more than a nice minty one; unless it has the provenance to a recipient.

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    Even though battered a very nice keep sake, my own mothers cross is damaged but not as badly as this one!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    bronze or gold? Im leaning bronze..

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    When view under bright lighting it appears to be more like the gilded version.

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