To Us Or Currency Conversion

Instituted in 1939 & known makers CEJ, No 2, 4, & L/12, L/16,L/18 & B & N L,

(N680) A nice used and worn example of a Spanish Cross in Bronze. The cross is unusual in the fact that they have fixed the pin and hook upside down, like ones sometimes illustrated in books such as "Du und Dein Heer" where in a drawn illustration it shows the Spanish Cross with the sword hilts up, just as this one is. The badge has no cut outs to the eagles holding the swastikas and it is the type with the pin similar to those found on SA Sports badges. When all is said and done, a nice example of a rare used Spanish Cross, that could possibly have been a gold but we are grading it as a bronze and pricing as such. The badge was part of a group of items removed by a British Soldier at the end of the war and stored away until now GBP 650.00 (UK Pounds)

(R262) A Very Nice Convexed example of a multi-constructed Bronze Spanish Cross Without Swords by B & N L, the mark of which is stamped into the reverse of the cross. The cross consists of four individual flying eagles between the arms of the Maltese cross, that has a central soldered disc applied. This also has the eagle tips affixed to it as well as the tips of the wings soldered between the arms, making it a very strong bond. The pin, hinge and hook are all in perfect working order and are unbashed. The cross is nicely convexed. Given to non-front line personnel, these crosses were awarded to the technicians, support troops, mechanics, etc. It is estimated that approximately 7,869 of these crosses were awarded, making it comparable to a knight's cross for award numbers. GBP 795.00 (UK Pounds)

(S103) A Superb Early Spanish Cross in Silver being the type put down to the firm of Schinkle. The cross is of multi-piece construction with 6 component parts, not including the hinge, hook or pin. The individual eagles are soldered to the arms between the cross and the cross is the silver with swords type. The cross have superb detailing and the eagles' have semi cut out swastikas. The hinge is nice and complete and has a nice wide bladed pin and the unusual style of hook associated with the maker soldered to the base of the cross. Given to German combat forces, only approximately 8500,00 were issued. This appears to be one of the original issue types. Scarce to find, especially in such superior quality and condition. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 1250.00 (UK Pounds)
(P562) A Scarce Navy Issue Spanish Cross citation in bronze without swords to Oberboatsmannsmasten Karl Wagner,The document is in overall good condition. But has been stuck to a board and framed. It has since been removed as can be seen, The document is also age staind. A total of 7869, Bronze awards were issued without swords. Scarce document to find GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

Copyright 1999-2018 held by