The German Honour cross was delivered in a paper envelope and
wrapped in silk paper. But there was an option for each receiver to buy a box for their cross.
Theese boxes was sold by private jewellers and was not issued officially.
The boxes was made in at least three colours, where red is the most common.
Today theese boxes are sought for by collectors and are much more expensive then the crosses
Intarsia från Stockholm 1938originalrepik av Ewald Dahlskoghttps://www.uppsalaauktion.se/auktioner/?auction_name=20191210&catalog_nr=322
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