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German Mothers Crosses (or medals) In Gold Silver And Bronze Class

Instituted on 16th Dezember 1938

(S1342) A Gold Mother's Cross in worn and used condition. The cross has a tiny chip out of the blue enamel to the base arm of the cross and a chip out of the central black swastika, as can be seen from the scan. The cross is complete with its full length ribbon, which is sewn up for wear. In fair condition. Priced for chip. GBP 45.00(UK Pounds)

(S1333) A Silver Mother's Cross in Very Nice Condition. The cross still has its original ribbon wrapped around it and is secured with cotton thread, as it would have come out of the original envelope. The cross has been checked and shows no enamel damage. It is the 16th Dezember variety. The silver version is more rare to find than both the gold and the bronze, as less were issued with most mothers qualifying either for the bronze of the gold. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1336) A Mother's Cross in Silver, being a used and worn example that has its original ribbon sewn up. The cross has no enamel chips but there are a couple of minor surface enamel scratches, only detectable with a magnifying glass. The cross is in very good condition for a used and worn example ans it still retains much of its original frosted and burnished finish. Silver Mother's crosses have always been harder to find than the gold and the bronze version, for various reasons. Priced for condition. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

Instituted on 16th Dezember 1938

(T8) A Silver Miniature Mother's Cross in very nice condition. The cross has tarnished over the years, giving a black oxidised finish in places to the silver. However, you can still see the silver highlights coming through. The cross is the standard 16th Dezember type with the Adolf Hitler facsimile signature to the base. Complete with its nice bow ribbon, this is the hardest of the three to acquire, with most mums' qualifying for the gold and new mums' for the bronze. Scarce to find. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

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