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[Below: The gold Mother's Cross came boxed as seen below.]

[Below: Box closed.]

[Below: Mother's Cross back with Adolf Hitler's facsimile signature. This particular example is a silver Mother's Cross, but all of the backs are the same.]

[Below: Here is the bag of a silver Mother's Cross. It has the recipient's name 'Anna Teichert' stamped in ink along with the town of Wunsiedel. Wunsiedel is a town in Bavaria where the great Rudolf Hess was buried. Front/back.]

[Below: The 'Gold Cross with Diamonds' was a proposed award, the criteria being the birth of twelve children (although it is mentioned in some documents that the number was to be sixteen).
This design was never awarded for unknown reasons. The picture below is a prototype design.]

[Below: Gold Mother's Cross award document.]

[Below: Official NSDAP letter informing a mother that she has qualified for the Bronze Mother's Cross. Obviously very rare to find.]

[Below: Envelope the above letter came in.]