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Hi,

     I required this this morning and wondered if anyone could give me an estimate price and some more information on it. I am really captivated by it!

 

Alyssa 

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Value: 10 to 15 euros perhaps I would say. You see this kind of documents regularly. It was just a commemorative certifacte that someone had handed in gold and received paper marks instead. Similar objects and documents are easy to find.

 

Jan

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1 hour ago, depaor01 said:

Interesting piece. Was that document presented with the iron "I gave iron for gold" coin or instead of it?

 

Dave

 

The coin is just a private thing. This document is a semi-official certificate in my opinion.

 

Jan

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I remember an ex-girlfriend's mum in Hannover having the iron watch-chain her father had received as part of this 'Gold for Iron' campaign, but I suspect that any certificate that came with probably got left behind in Konigsberg in the winter 1944/45!

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