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eMedals-Superb Knight Cross Group, Awarded

Item: G4547

Superb Knight Cross Group, Awarded


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Superb Knight Cross Group, Awarded

To Major Xaver Marzluf, Commander of the II./Panzergrenadier-Regiment 102, who was awarded KC on 9 July 1944; Knight?s Cross of the Iron Cross 1939, magnetic center, silver frame, reverse of the cross marked "800", loop marked "800 65", 48.77x55.06mm, weighs 31.7 grams, textbook example by Klein & Quenzer, unworn, mint condition, in case of issue, with full length of ribbon; preliminary award document for Knight Cross, dated 17.7.1944, folded, holed, very fine; German Cross in Gold, marked "20" under the pin, light version (44.6 grams), extremely fine/near mint; with preliminary AND official awards documents (awarded on 25.5.1942), very fine; Iron Cross First Class 1939, magnetic, unmarked, in case of issue (without award document, awarded 19.7.1941); Iron Cross Second Class 1939, magnetic, unmarked, very fine (with award document, dated 16.6.1940); two silver grade Infantry badges, one with missing pin assembly, other marked R.S.S. (with award document, dated 22.9.1940); Two Wound Badges black grade (with award document, dated 12.2.1942); West Wall medal (with award document); Army Service Medal 4th Class (with award document); Promotion document to Feldwebel, dated 11.10.1937; Death Notice; Driver?s License; Wehrpass, full of entries, in extremely fine condition - KC entered page 38; other awards entered page 23, including German Cross in gold; he was wounded twice, 22.12.1941, and 6.11.1943; Killed in Action on 3.6.1944. A very fine grouping to along a serving soldier who rose through ranks and become Major, serving on Western and Eastern Front, eventually becoming a Commander of the II./Panzergrenadier-Regiment 102.
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