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Hello Friends!
Does anybody know which maker it is who made this cross?

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Martin

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Hi Hans!
My thought too. It seems that W&L has two different core types. Here's my marked cross that has a different core type.

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Martin

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Hi Wolfgang!
Thank you! I collect both marked and unmarked crosses.
Here they are side by side.

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Martin

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Hey Bart!    
Thank you, you are welcome. W&L crosses are often well preserved.

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Martin

 

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Hi Martin ....

W&L had 3 main cores and 2 different frames and a few frosting variations .

 

Douglas

 

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Hi Douglas!
Thank you very much for the information, very interesting. :thumbup:

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Martin

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Hi!

A new incoming altered core I think.

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Martin

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Nice W&L EK2 Martin .

That one has the 3rd core ... and mostly found marked .

Some times the '100' is very weak ... or hard to see . the ring being frosted does that .

I have one that is so faint - that only the indentations of the 'Zeros' are showing .

Have a look on that one .

 

Douglas

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Hi Douglas!
Thanks so much for your reply, I will look for the marking when I get the cross.

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Martin

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