Attached is a photograph of a mounted Honour Cross of the World War 1914 - 1918, commonly known as the Hindenburg Cross, showing the correct Black/White/Black/Red/Black/White/Black stripes of the ribbon.
There may be some concerns regarding the medal posted by Landsturm, which may be a reproduction.
This medal was instituted in 1937, with some 6,202,883 being awarded, at that time, all awards, insignia, uniforms, etc., were closely controlled as to their quality, production and specification. Towards the end of WW2 this was not the case and quality seriously deteriorated.
This medal was produced in bronze, and has very clearly defined crisp details.
If you look at the medal posted by Landstrum, the details are not crisp and clean, but rather show irregularities to the sword hand grip, cross guard, and the cross corners, which looks to come from a poor moulding or casting used for reproductions, and overall the medal lacks clearly defined crisp details seen in the original bronze construction. It also may not be of the proper bronze construction, it looks like lead rather than bronze ?
This medal was also produced without the swords for Non-combatants, with 1,120,449 awarded.
A Black version without swords was also awarded to Widows and Parents, with 345,112 going to Widows, and 373,950 going to Parents.