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STEP BY STEP FROM A DRAFT TO FINAL IRON CROSS - Excursion in the Deschler&Sohn Munich

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    #61
    People interested in this topic shpould buy the book below, published in 2013. It shows all the photos of this thread. It also touches base on some other products of Deschler, like the Golden Party Badge, KVKs, GC, but only very briefly.
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      #62
      Very interesting

      So what was the "treat for the eyes" the engravers had? The ivy? Green is supposed to be soothing to the eyes
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        #63
        Very cool Miro, thank you!
        Best regards,
        Streptile

        Looking for ROUND BUTTON 1939 EK1 Spange cases (LDO or PKZ)

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          #64
          Excellent thread Miro, i very enjoyed reading it. Thanks for your great job.

          Seb
          The German Luftwaffe Pilot and Combined Pilot and Observer Badges of WWII 1933-1945
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            #65
            I have never seen such a in-depth presentation of iron cross production. A superb thread.

            Chet
            Zinc stinks!

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              #66
              Very informative and very interesting, well done.

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                #67
                Wonderful presentation, I really enjoyed the step by step photos. Really shows how proud the company was to produce the prestiges award. TPK

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                  #68
                  Excellent presentation, thanks for putting this together Amazing the amount of man hours put into making these crosses.

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                    #69
                    Excellent thread!

                    Thank you for educating me further!

                    GD

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                      #70
                      Many thanks! Good work! Very interesting!

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                        #71
                        Absolutely fascinating...I had always assumed that the core received its black finish before assembly. Thanks for taking the time and effort to put it all together here.

                        To round the thread off nicely, can anyone post minty examples of the Deschler EKs ?
                        Last edited by J C Gray; 04-24-2016, 01:10 PM.

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                          #72
                          Thanks for sharing.
                          A pleasure to see.

                          Bert

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                            #73
                            Originally posted by Dietrich Maerz View Post
                            People interested in this topic shpould buy the book below, published in 2013. It shows all the photos of this thread. It also touches base on some other products of Deschler, like the Golden Party Badge, KVKs, GC, but only very briefly.
                            I don't suppose that this is available with English text???

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                              #74
                              Thank you very much! Very interesting!

                              WR Kirill

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                                #75
                                Great Job and excellent thread!
                                Thank you



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