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eMedals-A Fine and Rare Pour-le-Merite by Wagner/J H Werner

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A Fine and Rare Pour-le-Merite by Wagner/J H Werner



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A Fine and Rare Pour-le-Merite by Wagner/J H Werner

in solid silver, gilt and enamels, bottom arm marked (engraved) J.H.W., with silver gilt ribbon loop: Width: 52.18mm, Height: 52.08mm, weighs 23.4 grams; undoubtedly made by Wagner, from the same dies circa 1916-18, but retailed by the firm J H Werner. Interestingly, the cross-hatching on the eagles breasts, not normally associated with Wagner (or Friedlander) crosses, could most likely have been the J H Werner firms attempt to “personalize” this otherwise textbook Wagner style cross. The great majority of PLM’s on the market are made/marked by Wagner (to lesser extend, by Friedländer), while J.H.W. marked crosses are extremely rare, perhaps few retailed by this firm. Cross shows signs of moderate wear, it has one tiny enamel flake on obverse, with original neck ribbon, nice old patina, in about extremely fine condition.   Footnote: This cross had been discussed in length on Wehrmacht Awards Forum;  
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