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  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A 1939 Clasp to the Iron Cross I Class, First Pattern, Early Screwback Version
  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A 1939 Clasp to the Iron Cross I Class, First Pattern, Early Screwback Version
  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A 1939 Clasp to the Iron Cross I Class, First Pattern, Early Screwback Version

Item: G51901

Germany, Wehrmacht. A 1939 Clasp to the Iron Cross I Class, First Pattern, Early Screwback Version

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Germany, Wehrmacht. A 1939 Clasp to the Iron Cross I Class, First Pattern, Early Screwback Version

(Wiederholungsspange 1939 zum Eisernen Kreuz I. Klasse 1914). Instituted 1 September 1939. (1939-1945 issue). Constructed of silvered tombak, the obverse consisting of a German national eagle perched on top of a wreathed mobile swastika, in turn set above a scalloped trapezoidal plaque bearing a raised date of “1939” on a pebbled background, the reverse with a central threaded lug retaining a backplate and nut, unmarked but with the physical characteristics of manufacture by an unconfirmed manufacturer tentatively identified as Boerger & Co. Berlin (according to “The Iron Cross 1 Class” by Dietrich Maerz and George Stimson, 2010, pages 458-463), measuring 45.30 mm (w) x 31.33 mm (h), weighing 17.1 grams (inclusive of fixtures), in extremely fine condition.
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