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    Very nice, these are hard to find in silver.

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      Originally posted by jabnus View Post
      Very nice, these are hard to find in silver.
      Thank you Gaston!
      I guess you just have to have the right person keeping watch for you.
      Ralph.
      Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stm./Pz.Erz.Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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        Just read this thread right through,i enjoyed it very much.

        Ross

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          R. Stärz Gablonz Final pics
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            R. Stärz Gablonz pic 2
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              Hi all,

              I thought I might share a few examples that I have. This is the first I have prepared. It is an example of the Mother's Cross in Gold found with a box marked 'R. Stärz Gablonz'. The case has certainly had a hard life and appears to have been de-nazified.

              I will share a couple more a soon as I can.

              Thanks for looking!
              All the best,
              Rob.
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                Klein and Quenzer Bronze Mutterkreuz with packet. Can anyone tell me whether K&Q produced a silver Muttkreuz? Has anyone encountered a silver Mutterkreuz packet for this maker?

                Many thanks in the advance.
                All the best,
                Rob.
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                  Here is my mothers cross clasp/brosche in bronze.

                  I have never seen another one of these. However if you go to the web site dasmutterscross.com you will see examples in gold, silver & bronze. By the way, when I was studying the back, I noticed that where the cross extens above & below the bar-you can see the very same motto stamped into all the mothers crosses.
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                    mother cross silver with parad mounted style!

                    hello friends
                    the medal is common , but first time that i see with this parad mounted form! i like it no problem with the authenticity i have buy!
                    best regards
                    patrick
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                      Miniature Bronze MK from L/57

                      Hello,

                      This is my last MK : a bronze miniature from L/57 manufacturer (Börger & Co, Berlin).

                      Really like the sharpness of this miniature. Even though the enamel is not as transparent, as in the regular size MK.

                      Hope you like it. On the last picture, I put a MicroSD card beside to have a better idea of the size (for those who haven't seen one, of course )







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                        Mother's Cross in gold in LIEFERGEMEINSCHAFT case

                        Excellent Mother's Cross in gold in unworn condition. Mint case maker marked "Liefergemeinschaft Pforzheimer Innungen". Full size ribbon. Excellent enamel cross. Rest of an old price tag to the inside.































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                          Mothers Crosses

                          Hi,

                          Looking for opinions on my small Mothers Cross collection.

                          My concern is for the Silver miniature, 20mm top to bottom of the cross, which is marked L/11. The swastika is also offset but there is no evidence of repair, would this be peculiar to this maker?

                          The other two miniatures, gold and Bronze, are both 22mm top to bottom with the Bronze being marked L/14 and the Gold unmarked.

                          Any opinions or information would be greatly appreciated.

                          Kevin
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                            Great to see the thread moving again. I'd decided not to bother about these, but now

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                              Originally posted by Third Tankie View Post
                              My concern is for the Silver miniature, 20mm top to bottom of the cross, which is marked L/11. The swastika is also offset but there is no evidence of repair, would this be peculiar to this maker?
                              Hello,
                              No, Deumer miniature silver has the correct swastika offset (All those I saw up to now )
                              Maybe a factory error, but I doubt it.
                              I would say a repair. The small assembly with slogan/swastika is glued/soldered on top of the cross. May be broken, then glued again, with a bad offset.

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                                My little German Mothers Cross collection


                                gg foto

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