Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria (10 & 11 December 2014)

Date of Auction: 10th & 11th December 2014

Sold for £580

Estimate: £700 - £900

Imperial German Army Soldiers’ Belts and Waist Belt Clasps comprising two leather waist belts - one with standard gun metal ‘Gott Mit Uns’ clasp, the other with crowned WI1 cypher and laurel sprays, the waist belt plates comprise four gun metal ‘Gott Mit Uns’ types all with leather tabs and two marked for 1916, a similar gun metal example without the tab, one with white metal on brass overlay and a similar with a leather tab stamped indistinctly 19?? and a brass on brass type; one only gun metal type bearing Light Cavalry crown stamped 1917 by Brody Offenbach, two with central crown and the motto ‘In Treue Fest’, one in gun metal the other in white metal on brass, a gun metal example with central crown and motto ‘Providentiae Memor’, two with central arms and supporters with the motto in surround ‘Furchtlos Und Trew’, one in gunmetal the other white metal on brass, good overall condition (16) £700-900