1914 Iron Cross 1st Class in the presentation case. The Iron Cross is a privately-purchased example that is low vaulted. The paint on the obverse rates at about 98%. The cross’s center is magnetic. The frame sports a very fine patina. The cross has a fine swollen pin. It is not hallmarked for manufacturer or silver content. The leatherette case is quite solid, structurally. The outside front features a decal with an Iron Cross. The decal’s bottom is obscured where the “1914” would appear. Inside the case is the typical white silk upper liner. The fitted case’s bottom half is lined in purple velvet. Overall, they make a very handsome pair.