Two ribbon bar with ribbons for service in WWI: Iron Cross 2nd Class and the “Hindenburg Cross” with swords. The ribbons are in the “southern style” wrap. The ribbons are faded and there is rust on the back of the pin bar. Condition II-
Honor Cross of World War I (“Hindenburg Cross”) with swords. Instituted in July 1934 by Reichs President Field Marshall von Hindenburg to honor participants in the World War. The class with swords was for combatants. The medal is bronze wash over iron with a little wear to the highlights, marked on the back R.V. 34 PFORZHEIM. Clean ribbon with a few pin...
Six-place ribbon bar with ribbons for the WWI Irwon Cross 2nd Class, War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords, War Merit Cross 2nd Class, Cross for WWI Front Fighters (Hindenberg Cross with Swords), Faithful Service Honor Cross, and a long service medal. Mounted on black cloth with pin back. Condition II
Three-place ribbon bar. The ribbons are wrapped in the “south German” style which was often used on ribbon bars made in Bavaria. The ribbons are for a Long Service Award, 13 March 1938 “Austrian Annexation” medal, and 1 October 1938 “Sudetenland Annexation” medal. The ribbon bar is backed with black cloth and has a functioning pin. Condition I
General Assault Badge miniature stickpin. Soldiers who had won the General Assault Badge could purchase miniatures like this for wear on civilian clothes. Nice silver finish with a little darkening on the back. Condition I-