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I don't know about the oak leaves (?) but this looks like a post-WW2 Steinhauer und Lück copy. I believe they were made for aging veterans and collectors from the 1960s  onwards.

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Pierce

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Interesting. Steinhauer & Lück, Sound familiar -where these private  purchased, or awarded  posthumously? By various veterans commitees, that  existed? Or how did that work? Also i had a dealer look at the award he pointed out the marks in the ring of the Award. Wich surgested daily wear of the award, hence it was more likly to be a copy, and of corse not the originally issued ones.. Also there is a Tony boutonniere order, ill show. Thanks in advance 

 

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These were more or less made for the collector's market but there are period photos (from 1960s onwards) of veterans wearing these.

There probably was 1920s versions made, but by which firm, I am not sure- but this piece is post-WW2.

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