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Instituted in 1939 & known makers CEJ, No 2, 4, & L/12, L/16,L/18 & B & N L,
(V2423) A Very Scarce to find Souval made Copy of the Spanish Next Of Kin Cross. The cross is of nice quality with separately applied eagles soldered within the arms of the cross, with a separately applied roundel to the centre. The ribbon loop again is separately applied and there is an unmarked ribbon loop fitted to the top. The cross also appears to come wtih a piece of original Spanish cross for war relatives, ribbon. A very nice and complex made space filler that is manufactured in the original way, but is sold at a fraction of the price of its wartime counterpart. This early postwar made piece has the same quality and construction, just a different birth date! GBP 375.00 (UK Pounds)

(K217) A Large Size Miniature Spanish Cross being of approximately 18 mm in diameter. The cross is in Silver With Swords. It has nice detail with fretted out work between the arms of the spanish cross for the eagles and swords. Exceptional quality on a nice rifle pin. GBP 150.00 (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)

(S945) A Very Rare example of an Original Issue Spanish Condor Legion Tank Badge. The badge is a very nice, probably silver, striking and has a hinge and hook soldered to the reverse that are handmade, along with the pin, by a jeweller. The solder used is lead. This type of badge is shown in several of the reference works on the subject as the original issue, given in Spain. This is the first time we have had one of these rare awards for sale. We have occasionally had the German replacements. An example of this type is shown in the Niemann price guide book volume 3 on page 500 at the bottom. Only 415 of these rare awards were originally issued, though obviously more of the replacements were manufactured. When all is said and done, this wartime example is a very rare item to acquire. GBP 5500.00 (UK Pounds)

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