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Hello.  I am a collector and an eBay Seller.  I just bought a side bag I believe is Spanish.  Can you please take a look at the photos and help me identify it?

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.  Linas

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Yes. From Spain.

It is the (BANDOLERA) "golden shoulder strap" approved in the uniformity regulation of 1943
It is placed from the left shoulder to the right side.
Gold gallon five centimeters wide, forming the embroidery with alternating castles and lions. The gallon is lined with red cloth, placed in such a way that it does not exceed the width of that one.
On the chevron, sliding and to fix it in the center of the chest, an elliptical plate of fire-gilded brass is placed. The dimensions of the axes of the same are eight and five and a half centimeters, respectively. It has in its center and with its enamel colors, the emblem of the Army.
The buckle, pin and corner pieces are made of gold metal. Finish the chevron at its two ends in two hooks to hold the holster (CARTUCHERA). This, built in black patent leather, with gold metal chape, is lined with a scarlet chamois and has the Army emblem in the center of the lid.

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