Eisernes Kreuz

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Eisernes Kreuz

Post by mikaolavi.kiuru » 17 Apr 2022 13:12

I have an Iron Cross with oak leaves and swords. The stamp is 935 silver. And tested so is silver. The measure fits perfectly with the real thing. Also weight. But, that oak leaf is punched, so repro apparently. Gathered for a long time, do you think this has any monetary value, other than the value of silver.
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Re: Eisernes Kreuz

Post by von thoma » 18 Apr 2022 07:36

The Knight's Cross looks original and has a high value in itself. ( Possibly of Klein & Quenzer )
The Oakleaves, although they could be of silver, are not the originals, it is a reproduction made of free design, surely for a special request.
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