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Red-piped single OR's slip-on epaulette together with matching red collar-patch bearing one metal wing. Excellent condition.
Yellow-piped single OR's slip-on epaulette together with matching yellow collar-patch bearing one metal wing. Excellent condition.
Silver braids on red wool backing with one pip and number '6'. The reverse has a slip-on tongue. This has been worn but is in generally good condition with no mothing.
Machine-embroidered circular Fernschreiber armbadge. Some slight mothing to the edge.
Printed Gibraltar key on red background. Excellent condition.
Thin tin pendant 32mm diameter printed in colour on both sides, complete with short piece of tricolour ribbon. One side bears the coat of arms of Nantes with the inscription "Journee des Nantais au front" and on the other side, a display of allied flags and the date '18 Avril 1915'.
Virtually mint and rare in this condition.
Miniature cross with correct ribbon. This military Order of Vittorio Veneto was instituted as national order by the fifth President of the Italian Republic, Giuseppe Saragat, in 1968, "to express the gratitude of the nation" to those decorated with the Medal and Cross of War for Military Valor (Medaglia e Croce di Guerra al Valor Militare) who had fought for a minimum of six months in World War I or earlier conflicts. Excellent condition.
Machine-woven multi-coloured flash worn by US troops serving in the post-WW2 West-Berlin garrison. Excellent condition.
Machine-embroidered formation badge which has been carefully removed from a uniform and remains in excellent condition.
Double-page card commemorating Soldier Johann Schleinkofer who served with the 21st Bavarian Infantry Regiment and was killed at Frommelles on 21st October 1916. The card is in good condition but is very weak along the fold and has a large mark on the reverse from having been stuck in an album.
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