Fridensrock officers straps I R 52 & 67

KAGGR#1

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AHere are two straps for the "Future Peace Time " Waffenrock
I am surprised at how many of these were made for a uniform
that was really not worn as planned
by then all the Infantry straps had gone to white underlay
SteveI R 52n and 67.JPG
 

KIR145

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AHere are two straps for the "Future Peace Time " Waffenrock
I am surprised at how many of these were made for a uniform
that was really not worn as planned
by then all the Infantry straps had gone to white underlay
Steve
Hi Steve,
I hope I don't misunderstand, but these straps (M15 in Silbergarn) were also worn by officers for the Offiziers-Litewka or Kleiner-Rock,
I think that's why they are so often. Best regards, Jens
 

KIR145

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I didn't know the wider straps were used for other types of uniforms
I always thought that the wider straps were for the Fridensrock ?
Thanks
Steve
... ah ok, now I understand and see it! It's about the width of the straps! And yes - of course you're right! (y)
(on the photo & from this perspective - that was not clearly visible to me.)
;) Thanks and best regards, Jens
 

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KAGGR#1

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... ah ok, now I understand and see it! It's about the width of the straps! And yes - of course you're right! (y)
(on the photo & from this perspective - that was not clearly visible to me.)
;) Thanks and best regards, Jens
Thanks for posting the example
Steve
 

KAGGR#1

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... ah ok, now I understand and see it! It's about the width of the straps! And yes - of course you're right! (y)
(on the photo & from this perspective - that was not clearly visible to me.)
;) Thanks and best regards, Jens
I understand
I should have used a ruler with the photo
or shown the width of a normal size strap in the photo
Steve
 
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