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(CS1143) An Iron Cross 2nd Class on a DRG? (M) Mount. The bar is a spring clip type with the iron cross being able to be removed and detached if so desired. The ribbon is nice and clean and the iron cross which is of nice quality and construction and retains much of its original black finish, is nicely soldered up with no splitting or cracking and you have the silver frame, which has oxidised, giving it a nice two toned effect. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(M755) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914 for WWI. The cross is a nice fine striking with very good detail, and a nice silvered frame. The black painted finish is nice and clean and the cross has no splitting or cracking to the core. All in all, a nice example with a magnetic center GBP 55.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC670) A Nice Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914. The cross is of nice condition with no cracking or splitting to the core. The core on this example is non-magnetic, which is quite unusual for a WWI cross, but not unheard of. The frame is frosted and burnished and the overall appearance is very nice quality and construction. Virtually mint. It would grace any collection. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(S50) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914 being of standard quality and construction. The cross has a magnetic core with a silver frame nicely soldered around the edge of the cross. The cross is also ringstamped, what appears to be the letters IK, but it is hard to read so I cannot be definite on this. Attached to the ribbon is a 1939 Award Bar to the iron cross 2nd class and this has 2 prongs intact. The clasp is of nice quality and construction and is the silver plated type on good quality metal. Becoming hard to find. Priced though for the missing prongs. GBP 265.00 (UK Pounds)

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