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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)

(CS1254) An Imperial Ribbon Bar of 6 starting off with the 1870 Iron Cross. This is followed by a Prussian Merit Medal for 1873-1918, again on the same ribbon as the iron cross. The medal is non-magnetic. Followed by a 25 Year Army Service Cross, then the Prussian 180/71 War Medal with the Paris Bar attached. Then there is the Danish War Medal and finally the Centenary Kaiser Medal. The ribbons to this award are in poor shape, but you are looking at a bar that spans 50 years of service to a probable German Officer. All medals are in good shape for their age. Priced for poor ribbon condition. GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1339) A Nice imperial German Grouping of eight awards to a Prussian Soldier. The Grouping consists of the following awards, The Iron Cross 2nd Class on Non Combatant Ribbon A cross of Honour with Swords ,A Prussian War Merit Cross, A Prussian military Service Cross for XXV years, A Prussian general servicemedal, Then A Baden 12 Years Service Medal , A Prussian 100 year Centenary medal, and finally a Baden merit medal GBP 400.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC758) A Ribbon Bar of 3 Imperial German Medals. The bar consists of the iron cross 2nd class, the Hamburg Cross and the Cross of Honour With Swords. The Iron cross 2nd class is of standard construction and appears to be marked FW and is of nice quality, retaining virtually all of its paint finish, with a nice silvered frame that has oxidised. The enamel to the Hamburg cross is unbashed and bruised. The cross of honour is of standard construction and is maker marked N & H. The ribbon bar itself has little hooks to hold the awards. The ribbons are sewn to it and you have a safety pin fixing soldered in. The bar appears to be a quality manufacture but privately done. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)


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(CS1633) A Court Mounted Pair of medals being the Army/Navy 4 year and 12 yr Service medals Both are magnetic as are the eagle emblems. The reverese is complete with its pin and the ribbons are nice and clean . The gilt 12 year service award has a little staining to it, But nothing to bad. Nice to find GBP 135.00 (UK Pounds)

(S946) A Nice and Early Court Mounted Pair being the Iron Cross 2nd Class and the 1st October for 1939. The cross has oxidised overall, in a uniform pattern. The 1st October is a nice early bronze striking and the ribbons are nice and clean. With this comes the miniature ribbon bar being half size and this again, is nice and clean. The ribbon bar is backed with a green cloth and is fixed onto a zinc backing plate. Nicely sewn up and nice and clean, being a very nice set to acquire, being unmessed about with. GBP 185.00 (UK Pounds)


(S1009) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for the 1939 but being a 1957 replacement early issue. The cross is of magnetic three piece construction and has wartime parts used in its manufacture. Nice to find an ealier example. The cross comes complete with a re-isse case in the style of the knights cross type, with a silk white underside to the lid and a cut out base for the cross and ribbon. This case is of modern post war manufacture, probably made from the 1980's onwards. This has been used to house the cross and keep it in nice overall condition. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

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