A nickel silver die-struck example, with traces of field-grey finish to both sides. One prong is broken. This is what the German army wore between the middle of the Weimar period to circa 1933, when the new army buckle was introduced.
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Just letting you know that the whistle arrived here this morning safe and sound. Your excellent packaging was still totally intact and it took me all of five minutes to break into it to see my purchase. I am very pleased, it is a great whistle.