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    Imperial German Army Officers' Pre-WWI Banjo Shoulder Boards. A beautiful matched pair of pre-WWI so-called banjo shoulder boards with nickel silver crescents mounted to an intricate woven silver wire base upon which is mounted a single gilt pip. The boards are draped in large strands of silver wire fringe. The underside of the boards feature a red wool underlay and the fringe is backed in red morocco leather. The boards are trimmed with gilt tape which has light blue accents. No maker or other identification marks present. Some tarnishing to the silver fittings, otherwise a handsome set in excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    7th Saturday
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