German Marksmanship Lanyard
Marksmen lanyards (Schutzenschur) were introduced in 1936.
The lanyards were issued in twelve ascending grades with
grade one being the lowest and grade twelve the highest.
The lanyards were awarded to qualifying Soldaten were
accompanied with an award certificate. The lanyards were
worn suspended from under the right shoulder strap and
attached to the second top front closure button of most
We are offering these with two different types of marksman
badges. The first pattern shield offered to the Infantry for levels 1-4 (the small
decal looking badge). The other is the first pattern that
was offered to Panzer troops (the badge with the tank on it).
We also offer the Lanyard plain without any badge on it.
These are made of a silver bullion braided cord.
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