By Wilhelm P.B.R. Saris. Aiguillettes were the most indispensable part of a uniform when on parade, for adjutants, or for special duty services. The extensive text explains the many secondary colors in early use, plus an in-depth uniform study of almost every state and Party organization. Included are the evolution of patterns as well as hundreds of detailed color photos of aiguillettes and their parts, plus numerous portraits of the items in wear. The complexity of this subject is chronicled with detailed information from regulations giving introduction dates and historical development of numerous organizational uniforms. Remember...one cannot properly display a prize uniform without the appropriate aiguillette and the knowledge of how to correctly drape it. This reference is sure to be the uniform collector’s best friend! 1,034 photos / illustrations, many in color. 640 pages.
- Item #: BK-89