GERMAN EAGLE ORDERS, AWARDS & MEDALS
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(NCI227) A nice and scarce example of a German Eagle Order Breast star ( six pointed ) The star is the type made between 1939 and 1942 and has superd workmanship with a nice whte enamelled Maltese cross with the German national eagle holding swastika between the arms of the maltese cross All he enamel is intact, with no chips or scratches.To the reverse of the cross you have a fine slender pin with a robust hinge and hook. The pin is stamped "800" and the cross is held to the star by two hollow rivits. Issued in a set or on its own these awards are hard to find GBP 3500.00 (UK Pounds)

(NCI228) A nice and scarce example of a German Eagle Order Breast star with Swords being a six pointed example. The star is the type made between 1943 and 1945 and has superd workmanship with a nice whte enamelled Maltese cross with the German national eagle holding swastika between the arms of the maltese cross All the enamel is intact, with no chips or scratches.To the reverse of the cross you have a fine slender pin with a robust hinge and hook. The pin is stamped "900" & "21" for Godet, and the cross is held to the star by two hollow rivits. Whereas the gold plated swords are held to the maltese cross by a single rivit. Issued in a set or on its own these awards are very hard to find. (Beware any award with swords that does not touch with the hilt onto the blade.as all seen like this sofar are copies) GBP 3750.00 (UK Pounds)

(NCI230) A German Eagle Order 2nd Class without swords, The Early issued item is a nice gold plated example with all its white enamel intact. The cross has tone over the years , Giving the eagles a bronze look. To the reverse of the cross , you have a nice heavy quality hinge and hook with a pin that is stamped "900" . The cross come in a smaller than normal case with the awards title inprinted to the ungderside of the lid being " Verdienstkreuz II.stufe den Ordens vom Deutschen Adler" The case is of real leather with a black flocked base. To the lid of the red case is a gold blocked Eagle holding a Swastika. The award dates from about 1937. Superb and rare set GBP 2250.00 (UK Pounds)

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