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  • Austria, Empire. First War Period Austro-Hungarian Army EM/NCO’s Belt Buckle
  • Austria, Empire. First War Period Austro-Hungarian Army EM/NCO’s Belt Buckle

Item: EU18473

Austria, Empire. First War Period Austro-Hungarian Army EM/NCO’s Belt Buckle

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Austria, Empire. First War Period Austro-Hungarian Army EM/NCO’s Belt Buckle

(Gürtelschnalle). In brass, obverse with a raised image, illustrating the double-headed Imperial eagle clutching an orb and sword, the eagle bearing the coat-of-arms of the Dual Monarchy on its chest, surmounted by the Imperial crown, reverse is plain with an intact double-pronged clasp on the roll bar plus tab catch, unmarked, measuring 66.5 mm (w) x 52.7 mm (h), surface wear evident on the coat-of-arms, light contact, better than very fine.
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