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IRON CROSS – 1870 – 2nd CLASS – NON COMBATANT’S – PRESENTATION CASE

SKU: 09-932 XWB

$1,395.00 $1,095.00

This is a consignment item. It is a perfectly delightful example of an 1870 Iron Cross 2nd Class with the non combatant’s ribbon in a presentation case. The Iron Cross is in wonderful condition, with very solid paint that rates at about 97%. It is my belief this a privately-purchased set that was acquired some while after the initial award. Its presentation case is a simple, solid-black, leatherette case that is in excellent condition. It measures 3/4″ x 2 11/16″ x 3 1/4.” The upper lid is covered with white silk. It boasts two straps that permit the ribbon to be folded and supported in the case. The non combatant’s ribbon measures 6″ in length. The case’s light-brown velvet lower half is fitted to accommodate the Iron Cross.
It is a very handsome presentation.

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This is a consignment item. It is a perfectly delightful example of an 1870 Iron Cross 2nd Class with the non combatant’s ribbon in a presentation case. The Iron Cross is in wonderful condition, with very solid paint that rates at about 97%. It is my belief this a privately-purchased set that was acquired some while after the initial award. Its presentation case is a simple, solid-black, leatherette case that is in excellent condition. It measures 3/4″ x 2 11/16″ x 3 1/4.” The upper lid is covered with white silk. It boasts two straps that permit the ribbon to be folded and supported in the case. The non combatant’s ribbon measures 6″ in length. The case’s light-brown velvet lower half is fitted to accommodate the Iron Cross.
It is a very handsome presentation.

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This is a consignment item. It is a perfectly delightful example of an 1870 Iron Cross 2nd Class with the non combatant’s ribbon in a presentation case. The Iron Cross is in wonderful condition, with very solid paint that rates at about 97%. It is my belief this a privately-purchased set that was acquired some while after the initial award. Its presentation case is a simple, solid-black, leatherette case that is in excellent condition. It measures 3/4″ x 2 11/16″ x 3 1/4.” The upper lid is covered with white silk. It boasts two straps that permit the ribbon to be folded and supported in the case. The non combatant’s ribbon measures 6″ in length. The case’s light-brown velvet lower half is fitted to accommodate the Iron Cross.
It is a very handsome presentation.