All shoulder board insignia are copies and made in copper (not in brass) and gilt. Most of the insignia existed in 3 sizes to cover the sizes of the shoulder boards from lieutenant to colonel and the epaulettes. Those regiments which had a foreign monarch as its chef had casted high insignia and not the flat stamped insignia. Also theese insignia I produce as galvano. The expenditure is higher and so is the price.

The base material used for the shoulder boards is a woven silver bullion (no plastics) which closely matches the originals, but unlike the originals will not tarnish. The weight and the size are almost identical to the originals.

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Prussia: Shoulder boards for lieutenant and major with red backing

Prussia: Shoulder boards for lieutenant with red, gold, and white backing

Prussia: lieutenant (Field Artillery School)

Colonial Troops DSWA: lieutenant and major

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Prussia + Bavaria: Shoulder boards for general major

Prussia: lieutenant
Bavaria: major

Original tress for the officer's uniform: top - Prussia, center - Hesse, bottom - Empire

Wurttemberg: colonel of regiment No 121
Prussia: major

Baden: Epaulette for a colonel in Grenadier-Regiment Nr. 110

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Three sizes of insignia offered (shown: IR 94)

Various insignia for shoulder boards available