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Article about: Hi Stuka, no you are correct. Good call. I agree with you have seen the close up pic. Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi Stuka, no you are correct. Good call. I agree with you have seen the close up pic.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    These buttons are all of Imperial German origin, as far as i know there is no website just on buttons, the 'Kaisers bunker' is an excellent source for uniforms and is worth a look.
    i shall I.D. the buttons, starting at the top, left to right. Imperial Navy button. a pair of brass model 1907/10 tunic rear belt ramps. need more info on next button, is it horn,bakelite or metal ? Stukaf was correct it is Prussian button & not Polish, 24mm rank button worn either side of the coller in line with the shoulderstrap, this is 'Gefreiterknopf
    ' more of a position than rank, literally 'Senior Private'. more info needed on this button.
    Rimless M15 bluse (pocket)or m15 greatcoat button. Two brass m07/10 tunic buttons.
    The next six buttons are 'company' buttons, affixed as shoulderstrap buttons pre-early wartime, used on M07/10 tunic & M10 simplified tunic. Bavarian button, mild steel usually painted various shades of grey, fitted to simplified M10 tunic, M15 bluse & M15 greatcoat, and is commonly miss identified as Belgian, the Bavarian lion is crowned & its tail splits into two at the base, the Belgian lion is uncrowned & its tail split into two near
    to the top. Last button, imperial navy. I hope this helps.

    any shade

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    very impressive and complete identification!! Thanks!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    crossofiron
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    many thanks oradour and all!

    max

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    crossofiron
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    many thanks oradour and all!

    max

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    czechdetectingtours.com
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    A lot of those buttons look pretty familiar, dig them here in the CR, not in as good a shape though, that's for sure.

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    from top to bottom
    Anchor..?1910 belt support ramp (Brass)(Prussian)
    ?
    1915 rimless (Prussian)
    1910 should board (Prussian)
    6,3,7s,8, and 10.... should board company numbers
    1910 (bavarian) Anchor? (maybe marine as I don't collect those)
    the large letter looks as though it's an officer emblem for a shoulder board

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