The history of the belt buckle is almost as old as the human race. As soon as clothing was used by early man, a device was created to ensure clothing stayed secure. Easy to decorate, the belt buckle soon became a means to project social status and wealth. By the 20th century, belt buckles used by German soldiers were often beautifully deocrated, and used to differentiate ranks and organisations. Today, they are coveted by collectors across the globe This incisive book evaluates the German belt buckle from a collectors' perspective.Biografía del autor:
Born just outside Moscow (1964), after leaving school Ulyanov undertook military service, then studied at the Moscow Academy of Management. Since 1990 he has spent most of his time researching for military history, military related books. Ulric of England is an independent company, specialising in British & German military artefacts, collection conservation and military associated publications. Founded in 1976 by historian Ulric Woodhams, today, the Ulric of England name is an authoritative voice, synonymous throughout the World for the fine, the unique and the beautiful. Ulric of England offers over 20 specialist militaria collecting categories, with several departments, including WW2 German Military Timepieces, distinguished leaders within their field. The original Company ethos; to conserve military heritage, continues to underpin the Company today. Scholarly publications, research, collector - and collection conservation services, provide novice and seasoned collectors, museums and auction houses, access to unrivalled experience and know how. www.ulricofengland.com
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Descripción Ulric Publishing, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 095375779X
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Descripción Ulric Publishing, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New item. Nº de ref. de la librería QX-234-X9-1962901