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eMedals-A Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Officer's Brocade Parade Belt

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A Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Officer's Brocade Parade Belt

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A Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Officer's Brocade Parade Belt

Buckle in fire gilt bronze, illustrating a large "W" (Wilhelm cypher) fronting an anchor, surmounted by the Imperial crown and surrounded by an open-ended wreath of laurel leaves, on the right end, unmarked, the buckle measuring 60.5 mm x 60.5 mm. Belt is fabricated with a fine silvered bullion wire with three repeating embroidered rows on the upper, a central red row flanked by black rows on either side, running the full length of the belt, the reverse of the belt fabricated from a fine black wool, the right end with a metal hook, along with eleven metal eyelets embedded into the black wool on the reverse, the left end with the belt folded over and stitched in place, housing the fire gilt bronze receiving clip, two brass loops along the bottom edge of the belt on the left side for the placement of danger hangers, two sliders in matching fine silvered bullion wire and red and black embroidery, the slider at the left end secured in place beside the receiving clip, the belt measuring 50 mm x 1,020 mm. Light gilt wear on the obverse of the buckle, contact marks on the reverse of the buckle from active use, two holes evident in the black wool on the reverse at the right end of the belt, otherwise the fabrics on both sides are intact. Near extremely fine. (C:102)
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