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Hi everybody

I would like to start a new topic about Saxon belts. I have a Saxon Feldbinde with Gold buckle and green underlay and a wartime Saxon officer belt.

Don't hesitate to show yours

Christophe

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Hello everybody

Here is the collection of a friend. Very impressive

Christophe

 

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One must remember that the Feldbinde was not a ornamental piece of uniform . It must support the pistol holster with the pistol and the field glasses . 

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Hi Bayern

Totally agree with you.

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Hi

No other belt ?

Christophe

 

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Deruelle ,you are insatiable !  Em , really no other belts ?

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