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  • Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons
  • Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons
  • Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons
  • Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons
  • Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons

Item: G49638

Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons

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Germany. A Mixed Lot of Cap Tally Ribbons

(Mützenbänder). A mixed lot of five cap tally ribbons, including a Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial Navy) SMS Prinzregent Luitpold ribbon, constructed of black rayon, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered silver aluminum wire inscription of “S.M.S. PRINZREGENT LUITPOLD”, unmarked, measuring 32 mm (w) x 1150 mm (l), in extremely fine condition; an Imperial Schulschiff (School Ship) Admiral Karpfanger ribbon, contcuted of black and blue rayon, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered silver-grey inscription of “SCHULSCHIFF ADMIRAL KARPFANGER”, trimmed along both edges with tresses of identical construction, unmarked, measuring 30 mm (w) x 560 mm (l), with some age-appropriate fatigue evident, in very fine condition; a Marine SA Seesportschule (See Sports School) Wilhelmshaven ribbon, constructed of blue rayon, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered silver-grey inscription of “SA-SEESPORTSCHULE WILHELMSHAVEN”, unmarked, measuring 32 mm (w) x 1250 mm (l), in near extremely fine condition; a Marine HJ ribbon, constructed of blue rayon, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered silver-grey inscription of “M.H.J. BERLIN 2”, the reverse retaining an intact Reichszeugmeisterei (RZM) label with a maker’s code of “A4/192” and a secondary code of “466064”, measuring 32 mm (w) x 830 mm (l), in near extremely fine condition, and; a Federal Republic Forschungsschiff (Research Ship) Planet ribbon, constructed of black rayon, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered golden-yellow inscription of “FORSCHUNGSSCHIFF PLANET”, unmarked, measuring 30 mm (w) x 1490 mm (l), in extremely fine condition.
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