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eMedals-Germany, Kriegsmarine. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version by C. E. Juncker

Item: G29199

Germany, Kriegsmarine. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version by C. E. Juncker

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Germany, Kriegsmarine. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version by C. E. Juncker

A fine quality manufacture and well preserved German Cross in Gold (Deutsches Kreuz in Gold); issued by the Kriegsmarine; Stoffausführung/Cloth Version; hand embroidered example featuring a double-overlaid sunburst pattern with eight points, with the bottom outer layer for the cross in silver aluminum bullion threading; the cross features a fire gilded stamped circular wreath impressed with oak leaves, ribbons, and the introduction year (1941); with the typical die-flaw on “9”, signature to “C. E. Juncker, Berlin”; the inner and outer sides of the wreath feature a thin red intertwined cord acting as a border around it; within the wreath is a densely embroidered black swastika (Hakenkreuz) with a silver/aluminum outer border; all on a field-gray wool base with a mostly intact black paper backer; measuring 72 mm x 73 mm; extremely fine condition.
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