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Saxony, Belt for Leib-Grenadier-Regiment Nr. 100

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Fritz    2,991

Walking out dress belt, private purchase for a soldier in Saxon Leib-Grenadier-Regiment 100, Dresden, ca. 1914.
Patent leather belt lined in dark  blue uniform cloth, nickel plated catch, brown leather adjustable tongue. The buckle is nickel plated brass with a gilded overlay with the crown of Saxony and motto PROVIDENTIAE MEMOR. Some ageing to surface of patent leather and some moth damage to cloth lining.

For walking out dress, only the bayonet and knot would have been worn with this item.

 

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Fritz    2,991

Yes, rare to find at all in this condition. Emerged after the reunification.

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Fritz    2,991

Private purchase type, you get them in other colours, according to the uniform cloth. They don't turn up often, esp. in that condition. Sometimes also in silver grey to match the greatcoat.

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