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    odd ww1 Ek1

    I do not have a clue about this EK1 is it the real deal .I have a lot of doubts .
    Not my area Best regards Pete
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    It is interesting as it has the 57er version of the wwii spange attached. Worth showing in the 57er forum I think. It might be a postwar cross to go with the spange, but I don’t know enough to confirm.
    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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      #3
      nice

      thanks very much I will

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        #4
        The pin looks like a post-war S&L.

        Really nice early Westwall and KVKIIX by the way.

        Ian

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          #5
          It's a nice 1957 Steinhauer setup, with honest wear. These are not that common with the WHS mounted on top.

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            #6
            The Simm minesweeper also looks great. Great obverse finish.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Ian Hulley View Post
              The pin looks like a post-war S&L.

              Really nice early Westwall and KVKIIX by the way.

              Ian
              Westwall in beautiful shape.

              Best,

              James

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                #8
                It´s a postwar S&L made EK IMO



                Andy

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by AndyC View Post
                  It´s a postwar S&L made EK IMO



                  Andy

                  I don't know if the producer of this EK cross is S&L, because after the war there were too many combinations with EK crosses parts (frame, core and set-up's), but IMO it is definitely a post-war cross.

                  Regards
                  Jarek

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                    #10
                    The question on who and when this post war cross was produced has already been answered in the 1957 section of the forum, no need to further guessing...

                    Regards,
                    Alex

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