German WW1 war service cross medal with swords. Manufactured by LAUER NURNBG-BERLIN, Lauer of Nurenberg and Berlin. Maker mark (hersteller in German) is in relief on the reverse of the medal in the lower arm of the cross.
First world war “Hindenberg” cross with swords. Obverse is comprised 1914-1918 dates surrounded by a laurel wreath superimposed upon the cross. The G.5 maker mark has not been attributed.
Note: Some collectors consider the gothic script G to be in fact a B
Hindenberg cross with swords or correctly known as first world war, war service cross with crossed swords (denotes combat experience or at least belonging to the armed forces). This example manufacturer marked C.P.
W.K. maker marked frontfighters cross with swords from the first world war. Swords denote combat / battle participation of the awardee.
A curious medal makers mark on this first world war German service cross. C.TH.D sits above what can only be described as a profile of a house with a window or maybe even a lantern. Should be an identifiable marking but not currently associated with a medal producer.
G&S marked German medal from WW1 for war service. This being the combatants version as denoted by the prescence of the crossed swords. Could G&S be the same Gablonz und Sohne / Soehne of WW2 era German medal production?
L. NBG. an unknown / unidentified medal manufacturer. Could NBG. stand for Nuremberg? Any additional information on this medal very much welcome.
O 1 or 0 1 marked frontfighters cross with swords. As with so many of these medals manufacturer / maker is unknown / not identified. Any information in this respect gratefully received!
A lesser seen manufacturer with the marking stamped / indented into the upper arm of the reverse of the cross. JK in a triangle. Unattributed medal manufacturer.