French Soldier's ID Bracelet from Arras, 1931

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This French soldier's identification bracelet bears his name-- Georges Lefebvre, the year 1931, and the city Arras with another number-- 1865. The unknown metal, especially the disc, shows signs of wear.

The bracelet fits on my 6.5" circumference wrist with a bit of room to spare.

An interesting article on military identification tags is here:

The French formally introduced their identity disc system in 1881 after identity discs began being used during the Franco-Prussian War. In May of 1915, French soldiers began receiving two discs, one to wear around the neck and one to wear on their wrist.

If this is to be worn, links may have to be added, depending upon the size of one's wrist.

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