skir Posted August 13, 2022 Share #1 Posted August 13, 2022 Found at an estate sale of a WW2 Vet, these WW1 items (which I know nothing about) were bringbacks from His father from the 1st WW. The buckle seems to be a non standard prussian state buckle with looks to be a regimental number stamped on the bottom. The number is 108 R. Buckle is also maker marked and dated 1915. The second is again, a non standard Iron cross 2nd class that appears to be silver plated brass. The estate people thought it was silver and cleaned one arm of the cross and is brass. the center is mon magnetic and meadal is all one piece. I like em as odd ball stuff and going to put them in with the other WW2 items that were in the lot. Enjoy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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