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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Chris, the PAB has arrived, a totally genuine wartime piece and I'm very pleased...
G S, UK, 05.07.2012
Received the Cap Cord this morning. Its lovely thanks very much ... you are certainly a man whose advice I have always taken notice of. Now I am registered on your site it will be a frequent visitor of mine... Thanks again for the cord Chris its great.