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eMedals-Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross 1939

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Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross 1939


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Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross 1939

Iron/magnetic core, silver frame marked "800", typical Juncker cross, hardly worn and in near mint condition, with worn neck ribbon, in case of issue. Recipient: Generalmajor Johannes Hintz, who received KC on 29.7.1940, and was killed in an accident in May of 1945. With nice portrait photo of him and two invitation cards by H. Goring and the Japanese Ambassador Oshima. This was most likely his second KC which he must have purchased early after the award, up to mid 1941. (Sold with Expert Evaluation/Guarantee, by D. Niemann).
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