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    Blank core Souval Iron Cross First Class

    Gents,

    This is a new arrival. Magnetic core, L/58 marked pin.

    What do you think?

    Thanks.

    Andrew
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    #2
    Typical Souval blank core - later made yet still using the closed block - already using St&L hardware.... 1960’s...

    Regards,
    Alex
    Last edited by Alex W.; 05-16-2020, 11:28 AM.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Alex W. View Post
      Typical Souval blank core - later made, already using St&L hardware.

      Regards,
      Alex
      ... also these pieces are notorious for their flaking black paint. I can’t remember ever seeing one of these in mint condition

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        #4
        Nice piece..
        The last variant of the blank core.....everything here is derived from S&L with the exception of the blank core itself!!
        Quite scarce, less of these made than the traditional Souval blank cores using their own frame design!!
        -Nigel
        sigpic 57ers...."The Devil Is In The Detail"

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          #5
          Interestingly the core seems to be painted after assembly. Is this normal at Souval examples?

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            #6
            That’s an amazing piece. Not early, but interesting because the only Souval but about it is the core and the stamp. Question, did Souval actually construct it or did S&L put it together for Souval to finish? Paint and stamp.
            Why is patience a virtue, why can't hurry the f*** up be a virtue.

            Looking for a Souval RK KvK without swords (800 marked) and a 57er Luftschutz medal, 1st Class

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