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GA Iron Cross

Discussion in 'Collectables' started by wearehiredguns, Feb 3, 2018.

  1. wearehiredguns

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    Not my type of thing so I would love to trade it for a nice Weapon. Make me an offer..

    My friends Grandfather got it on the field of battle.. Looks like it still has some Kraut blood on it..

    Trade Value? I haven’t the slightest.[​IMG][​IMG]


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  2. Slacker1972

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    I'll trade you a Cadillac bowling ball bad for it :)
     
  3. wearehiredguns

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    LOL


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    What's the Maker's Mark on the ring connecting the medal to the ribbon? It's there, on the left, just peeking out from behind the ribbon, I just can't make it out.
     
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    At the very most, a Iron Cross 2nd class is worth $175... But that would be un-issued, in the Box. ( The box is rare, mainly they were given out in a heavy paper "envelope". ) The one you have, might bring $50.00, the damage and wear hurt the value. Also that is the back of the award, the 1813 is the year the award was created.
     
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