Yugoslavian Naval Officer's Belt & Buckle 1930
Yugoslavian Naval Officer's Belt & Buckle 1930 - This belt features three rows of alternating bars of red, white and blue embroidery, flanked by and interlaced with ornate silver bullion wire embroidery on the obverse, running along the full length of the belt and very flexible in nature. The reverse comes with a navy blue wool backer trimmed in red wool on either side, stitched in place. Attached to the right end is a three-piece belt buckle with the Royal Yugoslav coat-of-arms, the eagle insignia in silver on a brass coat-of-arms shield, all on a 57 mm x 58.3 mm octagonal silver base, Belgrade Mint marked in Cyrillic script on the reverse, with buckle clip and belt loop; the left end of the belt is fed through a silver loop with clip receiver. There is a long navy blue wool tab at the buckle end which is attached at the rear by a hook and eye closure, while the other end has a short button down tab, plus an additional button in the centre along the wearer's back, both buttons maker marked "BRANKO RADONIC, DUBROVNIK". Measuring 50 mm x 1,185 mm, fabricated from quality materials, well-stitched, extremely fine.