Here we have a Cased example of a rare, 4 prong “Prinzen” Spange zum Eisernen Kreuz 2. Klasse 1939 (Wiederholungsspange) by Wilhelm Deumer of Lüdenscheid. The 2nd Class Spange to the Iron Cross 1939 (Repetition Clasp) was awarded to individuals who has received the 2nd Class Iron Cross in WWI and would have earned the 2nd Class Iron Cross in WWII. It is constructed out of a die struck tombak base that has been silver washed. The obverse of the badge depicts a German national eagle, with out-stretched wings clutching a wreathed swastika within its talons and is above a trapezoid shaped pebbled bannered that reads “1939”. The full back reverse retains all four of it’s soldered on flatwire tombak prongs. The spange is attached to a folded black and white rayon ribbon that measures approximately 5 7/8 inches long. The spange measures approximately 15/16 of an inch wide and tall. It comes housed in a two piece glued pressed cardboard base case that is covered in a glued on navy blue gloss paper. The case is well worn and ripped to several edges. It may be a match case. The case measures approximately 2 ¼ inches long by 1 3/8 inches wide by 11/16 of an inch thick. A nice rare set!
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