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    #16
    Thanks My friend
    Yes, books and popular belief are not always right
    Looking for Ironcrosses made by Deschler & Sohn, München.
    "1", L/10 or unmarked :-) ALL have interest !!!!!! Please PM

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      #17
      Here non magnetic vs “normal” Deschler
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      Looking for Ironcrosses made by Deschler & Sohn, München.
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        #18
        Here “ normal” Deschler vs “ “ Round 3” Deschler
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          #19
          Weights
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            #20
            Reverses
            Compare “normal “ Deschler vs non magnetic ( massive hinge block)
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              #21
              Reverses of the sample row
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                #22
                Hí Marc

                great job , I love read and finally not only a good one or not, but a good reasoning
                .
                congrat my friend
                Kind Regards
                Sanya
                I'm looking for EK2 1939:B.H.Mayer:A & B core,mm L/18 and schinkel type & missing envelope/tüte:22,35,122,128,137 EK1 1939:Round-3 Deschler frame & Friedrich Sedlatzek

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                  #23
                  Thanks Sanya
                  Looking for Ironcrosses made by Deschler & Sohn, München.
                  "1", L/10 or unmarked :-) ALL have interest !!!!!! Please PM

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                    #24
                    Hi unimarc :
                    I only asked a question - you seem to get upset about it ?

                    I ask another question about the late flaw .. see picture .

                    Douglas
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                      #25
                      Hi Douglas,
                      I do apologize if I seemed upset , that was definitely not my intention
                      The die flaw I was talking about is not that one , but that one too
                      It is this one on these pictures , 9 o’clock arm lower curve ( I don’t know how to circle, only have my phone available atm )
                      Best regards
                      Marc
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                      Looking for Ironcrosses made by Deschler & Sohn, München.
                      "1", L/10 or unmarked :-) ALL have interest !!!!!! Please PM

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                        #26
                        Hi Marc
                        Is it these 2 flaws here ?
                        I do all the 'marking' in windows paint .

                        Douglas
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                          #27
                          Originally posted by unimarc View Post
                          Conclusion :
                          The fact that ALL flaws are present and frame are identical to late war Deschlers, the materials are thinner ( cheaper than thicker) and both crosses has another type hardware , including hinge type, than all other Deschlers, lead me to believe, that the non magnetic type is in fact VERY LATE type , and NOT EARLY as to popular belief
                          Very nice presentation

                          Everything seems to be identical to a cross made over ten years after the war finished: same thin frame, same flaws, same core material, same very typical 1950s or 1960s hollow folded hinge construction.

                          My conclusion would be that the non-magnetic Deschelrs are postwar.

                          Is this not a better possibility?
                          Best regards,
                          Streptile

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

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                            #28
                            Wow !

                            Trevor : Clarification needed :
                            " ... same very typical 1950s or 1960s hollow folded hinge construction."
                            This is important .... as I have to now throw out all my early unmarked EK1s with 100% matching folded hinge construction ?? ... as post war fakes .
                            ... is there any chance of these being war time left overs components ? I can't see them having kept original tooling that long ?

                            Douglas
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                              #29
                              Hi Douglas,

                              I said only that the folded hinge construction is "very typical" for postwar EK1s, not that all such hinges are postwar.
                              Best regards,
                              Streptile

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

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                                #30
                                OK good ...
                                The concern I have is with the split frame that holds the post war core .
                                Being rare I am trying to rule out that the core was not switched out . The pin set to me looks to be early ... I see it to be too much of a perfect match .

                                Marc :
                                I would like to ask if I can get a side shot of that - post war cross ...to see how bad the frame separation is all around ?
                                Also to the line up sequence - see picture below .

                                Thanks, Douglas
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