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  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version, by C.A. Westmann
  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version, by C.A. Westmann
  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version, by C.A. Westmann
  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version, by C.A. Westmann

Item: M0295-34

Germany, Wehrmacht. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version, by C.A. Westmann

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Germany, Wehrmacht. A German Cross in Gold, Cloth Version, by C.A. Westmann

(Deutsches Kreuz in Gold, Stoffausführung). Instituted 28 September 1941. (1941-1945 issue). Constructed of a double-overlaid forest-green sunburst pattern with eight points, with the bottom outer layer of the cross in silver aluminum bullion threading, while the rest consists of dark grey threading, the cross features a stamped gilded tombak circular wreath impressed with oak leaves, ribbons, and the institution year “1941”, the inner and outer sides of the wreath feature a thin red intertwined cord acting as a border, within the wreath is a densely embroidered black mobile swastika with a silver/aluminum outer border, maker marked on reverse “C.A. Westmann, Dresden”, measuring 72 mm (w) x 70 mm (h), weighing 7.0 grams, in extremely fine condition.
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