Iron Cross 1939 EK2 With Presentation Packet

A WW2 German Iron Cross 1939 EK2 with presentation packet by Working Group Of The Guild Of Engravers, Gold, and Blacksmiths, Hanau (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Graveur- Gold- und Silberschmiede-Innungen Hanau).  The iron cross has a nice blackened iron core and silver plated frame with polished edge complete with original ribbon.  The blue presentation packet is marked on the reverse with the aforementioned marker’s name the medal has no damage or repairs in good condition.


Product ID: 8032


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The German Iron Cross 1939 EK2 (Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse) is a former military Prussian decoration, awarded for bravery and later restored by Adolf Hitler in 1939.

The Iron Cross of World War II was graded into three main categories the Iron Cross 2nd Class (EKII), Iron Cross 1st Class (EK1), and the Knights Cross which replaced the Prussian Pour le Mérite or “Blue Max” as Hitler did not approve of much of the old Prussian order award only to officers.

The Prussian Iron Cross 1914 with black and white ribbon, was replaced with the red, white and black colours adopted by The National Socialist German Workers’ Party. with a Swastika added in the centre with 1939 beneath.


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