PRUSSIA – SHOULDER BOARDS – LEUTNANT’S – REGIMENT der GARDES DU CORPS FELDGRAU M-1910
This is a rare pair of Regiment der Gardes du Corps leutnant’s M-1910 feldgrau shoulder boards used during WW I. The regiment was founded by Friedrich der Große in 1740. It was garrisoned in Potsdam and attached to the Gardekorps. These boards are of the sewn-in variety. The boards sport the Regiment Gardes du Corps’ double underlay of red and white. They display Prussia’s wartime (M-1910) grey tops with black and white chevrons.