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IRON CROSS – 1914 – 1st CLASS – NON VAULTED WITH “KO” HALLMARK IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE

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$550.00

IRON CROSS – 1914 – 1st CLASS – NON VAULTED WITH “KO” HALLMARK IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE

A flat (non vaulted) 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class usually was an “issued” piece. Today we are offering one such “issued” EK 1 in very attractive condition. Its paint rates at about 95%. Its patina definitely is worthy of mention. The initials “KO” are evident under the reverse’s catch. During WW I, it was this particular firm that produced the bulk of issued 1914 Iron Crosses. Our example comes in a black leatherette presentation case. A silver Iron Cross, dated 1914, is embossed on the case’s exterior. Inside, the case sports a white, silk-lined upper-half. The Iron Cross nestles in the black, velvet, fitted-bottom. Some scuffing shows on the case’s exterior. All in all, this is a very handsome 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class, with its original presentation case.

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IRON CROSS – 1914 – 1st CLASS – NON VAULTED WITH “KO” HALLMARK IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE

A flat (non vaulted) 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class usually was an “issued” piece. Today we are offering one such “issued” EK 1 in very attractive condition. Its paint rates at about 95%. Its patina definitely is worthy of mention. The initials “KO” are evident under the reverse’s catch. During WW I, it was this particular firm that produced the bulk of issued 1914 Iron Crosses. Our example comes in a black leatherette presentation case. A silver Iron Cross, dated 1914, is embossed on the case’s exterior. Inside, the case sports a white, silk-lined upper-half. The Iron Cross nestles in the black, velvet, fitted-bottom. Some scuffing shows on the case’s exterior. All in all, this is a very handsome 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class, with its original presentation case.

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IRON CROSS – 1914 – 1st CLASS – NON VAULTED WITH “KO” HALLMARK IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE

A flat (non vaulted) 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class usually was an “issued” piece. Today we are offering one such “issued” EK 1 in very attractive condition. Its paint rates at about 95%. Its patina definitely is worthy of mention. The initials “KO” are evident under the reverse’s catch. During WW I, it was this particular firm that produced the bulk of issued 1914 Iron Crosses. Our example comes in a black leatherette presentation case. A silver Iron Cross, dated 1914, is embossed on the case’s exterior. Inside, the case sports a white, silk-lined upper-half. The Iron Cross nestles in the black, velvet, fitted-bottom. Some scuffing shows on the case’s exterior. All in all, this is a very handsome 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class, with its original presentation case.

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