Repeat Clasp 2nd Class With LDO Presentation Box

A WW2 German Repeat Clasp 2nd Class With LDO Presentation Box, constructed out of nickle silver. The obverse of the decoration is has beautiful frosting and patina, and depicts a German National Eagle, with out-stretched wings clutching a wreathed canted swastika within its talons and is above a trapezoid shaped pebbled bannered that reads ‘1939’. The reverse of the clasp has no makers marks and complete with all four prongs, complete with original LDO presentation box and wrapping papper. Overall the repition clasp and box has no damage or repairs in mint condition.


Product ID: 10016


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Iron Cross 2nd Class Repeat Clasp

The Repetition Clasp 1939 EK1 was reinstituted on 1st September 1939, by Adolf Hitler to recognise personnel who had earned the 1914 Iron Cross during WW1 and whose actions in WW2 merited being awarded the iron cross again.

There were two patterns of spange issued, both of which included the German National Eagle and swastika, with outstretched wings, over a bar with the date “1939”.  The first-class award had a pin attached or screw back, so it could be worn on the uniform pocket.  The second class repetition clasp/spange had two or four prongs on the reverse and was affixed to a WW1 Iron Cross 1914 black and white ribbon.

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