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  1. x Kolpak, red, and Fangschnur für a Busby, Husaren. To the underside of the Kolpak is an unclear stamp, '11', presumably Husaren-Regt. 11 in Krefeld Schärpe (barrel sash) for NCOs and other ranks, Husaren Fangschnur (cap lines) for Unteroffizier, Ulanen Fangschnur for other ranks, Ulanen Kartuschkasten, Kürassier-Regiment Großer Kurfürst (Schlesisches) Nr. 1, medallion is a copy Kartuschkasten, Kürassier-Regimenter 3-5, 7 and 8, long version for pistol ammunition Leutnant, Dragoner-Regiment König Carl von Rumänien (Hann
  2. Kürassier-Regiment Königin (Pommersches) Nr. 2, based in Pasewalk, II. Armee-Korps last of the series of peacetime quality by C.E. Juncker, Berlin, 1915 Maker's stamp: C:E.Juncker, 1915 Ringkragen for the entire Regiment, introduced 1895. Other Ranks' version. Private purchase peaked cap, premitted only for walking-out dress, this example early to mid-war, relatively poor quality materials Kürassier high boots ( so-called "Kanonenröhre" or "Brandenbourgs"), private purchase quality, complete with both spurs, h
  3. Füsilier-Regiment von Gersdorff (Kurhessisches) Nr. 80 stationed in Wiesbaden / Bad Homburg, XVIII. Armee-Korps Light blue shoulder straps bearing the monogram of Victoria, die Kaiserin Friedrich*, with shoulder buttons of 8th company. Handwritten name tag inside collar, "Stein". The tunic has seen very much wear and with service repairs, and notably has been used for training recruits after outbreak of war, as seen by the fieldgrey side-hooks, later added, due to shortage of fieldgrey uniforms, this was common practice, until the recruits were sent to the front. Lower hook and eye set
  4. A pair of rear tunic buttons (belt hooks) worn on the M.1915 Bluse or blouse as per the regulations of September 1915. The Bluse had at the front concealed buttons, the only insignia buttons were on the shoulder straps with a company number, the side pockets and the two over the rear vents, serving as belt hooks. These were made of zinc galvanised steel, and were finished in either grey for the previous silver colour, or brown for the previous copper bronze colour. This set of buttons was obtained from a militaria dealer in the antiques passage in the centre of East Berlin (formerl
  5. A regiment without a title, 3. Schlesisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr. 15, last garrison in Hagenau/Alsace, XV. Armee-Korps. Honorary colonel in chief was Prinz Ludwig Ferdinand von Bayern. Last commander of the Regiment: Oberstleutnant von Abercron. Raised in October 1866 in Groß-Strehlitz in Schlesien 1870/71 Border skirmishes in Lorraine, over Rheims to siege of Paris, where it remained till the capitulation of Paris at end of January 1871. On 1. March 1871 entry into Paris. May-July 1871 into garrison at Hagenau. 1914 After the outbreak of war the Regiment was involved in bo
  6. Uniform Ensemble for Dragoner-Regiment Freiherr von Manteuffel (Rheinisches) Nr. 5, stationed in Hofgeismar since 1875, XI. Armee-Korps. Raised on 7. May 1860. Prinz Alfons von Bayern was honorary Commander in Chief. 1864 War against Denmark. Regiment to Schleswig-Holstein, in garrison at Flensburg and Hadersleben 1866 As part of the Army of the Main under General von Manteuffel, 29.June 1866 Langensalza, 02.August 1866 occupation of Würzburg 1870/71 Sedan, Paris, Loire 1914 Protection of borders and railways in Eastern Belgium 1915 Eastern Front, Baltic, Vilna 1916
  7. Bavarian rank collar buttons of 1916 pattern for field grey Bluse (29mm). These shown are the larger size worn by a Sergeant. They have a light grey painted finish for the regiments which formerly had white metal buttons, as opposed to the bronzebrown finish for those with yellow metal buttons. These were worn in pairs on each side of the collar (approx. below position of the ears), and the Bavarian lion alway faced the front or towards the centre. The old pattern buttons had displayed the lion without the shield, the new pattern 1916 featured a shield with the distinctive Bavarian lozenge pat
  8. Mecklenburg-Schwerin or Mecklenburg-Strelitz (red/gold/blue) Oldenburg (red/blue) Both never been fitted to a cap, almost mint apart from storage marks, scratches, esp. to Oldenburg example Various cockades and buttons, Prussia, Baden or Lippe, Reserve, Hamburg or Lübeck Hessen Baden, Landwehr cockade, 29mm. Abreviated motto: M.Gott f.Fürst u.Vaterl. Red paint on hollow ring completely missing. Cleaned with hot soapy water, as heavily oxidised. The cross to the centre is silver coloured, but appears gold in photo. Holes for stitches to cap. Colou
  9. A tunic for Gefreiter of 2. Garde-Dragoner-Regiment Kaiserin Alexandra von Russland (3rd Squadron), Regiment based in Berlin. The regiment was raised in 1860, it later bore the mongram of the Empress Alexandra of Russia, who was honorary Colonel in Chief since 1896. It took part in the Battle of Königgrätz in 1866 and reached Vienna. In 1870 it took part in the battles of Vionville, Mars la Tour, Gravelotte and St. Privat, as well as at Sedan and the encirclement of Paris. It saw action on the Eastern Front in 1916 , and 3 squadrons of the regiment were sent to France in 1917 and saw servic
  10. An old photo of a Bavarian Infantry Officer tunic in fieldgrey. The rank is Hauptmann, the shoulder straps in the Bavarian colours and in the matt world war version, have a red underlay for the Bavarian 2nd Armee Korps or 2nd Reserve Korps. There is a matt gilt cypher as a Roman "II". Not quite sure of the significance, but definitely infantry because of the "Brandenburg cuffs" worn by such. Could well be an Offizier zur Disposition on the staff of the II. Armee-Korps, or a Reserve Officer in such, has however the rank of Hauptmann with 2 pips. This is a relatively lightweight gabardine type m
  11. Bavarian cap cockades: Officer Reserve-Officer Other ranks' field cap (stitched on) Pair of rank buttons for Feldwebel, M.1916, silver subdued (see previous article) Rank buttons for Gefreiter, gold, various singles, one right and two left, pre 1916
  12. Prussian Heavy Cavalry Breast- and Backplate A Kürass of the Prussian heavy Cavalry, as worn by all eight line regiments. The breast and backplate have both original rough white linen liner, the breastplate has a large pocket in the liner for the field cap. There is a cloth name tag attached, Kürassier Lindau, Kür.8, 5. Esk. Both steel pieces are stamped under the left armpit with regiimental details, at slight variance: 8.K. 2.E. the 2E has been stroked out and replaced by 5.E.30, being the 5th squadron, weapon no.30. The backplate has 8.K. 5.E. and a weapon no.31. The piece is undated,
  13. Westpreussisches Fussartillerie-Regiment No. 11, based in Thorn a.d. Weichsel, West Prussia, XVII. Armee-Korps. A photo from album of uniforms previously in my collection, and a uniform type that is seldom encountered. The tunic is in similar cut to the infantry pattern, but with the red-piped black facings of the artillery, it has the typical "Brandenburg" cuffs of the infantry. The cuff patch is of dark blue tunic cloth, the remaining cuff black with red edge piping as shown. The shoulder straps for all foot artillery regiments were white with a red regimental number. A shoulder
  14. An other ranks service dress tunic of 3. Garde-Feldartillerie-Regiment, based in Berlin-Beeskow, raised in 1899. The dark blue tunic has a black square collar and Swedish cuffs, all with yellow Doppellitzen. The shoulder straps are yellow with a three flame grenade, plain shoulder buttons were worn, no battery numbers. The headdress worn was the pickelhaube with Guard Eagle and a balltop fitting, white plumes for parade. A whitened leather shoulder bandelier and Oberkoppel (swordbelt) with a brass rectangular buckle worn. The Kartuschkasten bore a yellow metal gilt Guard Star. A standard a
  15. Tunic for a Gefreiter of Mindensches Feldartillerie-Regiment No. 58, based in Minden/Westfalen, VII. Armee-Korps, raised 1899. As worn till outbreak of war in 1914, of private purchase quality, and in the style worn by all field artillery regiments in the Prussian Army. The shoulder straps for artillery regiments were in various colours, in this case light blue for regiments of the VII. Armee-Korps, and bearing a regimental number beneath a bursting grenade. The shoulder buttons were always without a battery number. The basic tunic cloth is a darker blue than in the photo. The tunic featur
  16. Uniform accessories for an officer of Husaren-Regiment 15: See also previous articles about Husaren-Regiment 15 Officer's cap, worn by Major Freiherr von Tettau. Bandelier and Kartuschkasten with crowned FWR monogram. The bandelier is backed in blue uniform cloth as per the Attila, with silver brocade and silver plated fittings. Worn from the left shoulder to the right hip - the buckle to the rear. Säbeltasche, yellow cloth, silver braid, red maroquin leather, hangers of patent leather with fire-gilded bronze fittings The Säbeltasche is i
  17. Tunic for other ranks, private purchase, from the Bavarian Infanterie-Leib-Regiment, stationed in München. This Regiment was the Royal Household Regiment of the Kings of Bavaria, and was raised in 1814, belonged to the I. Bavarian Army Corps. The tunic is of a lighter blue than the Prussian regiments, and as often encountered, of a ribbed cloth material, commonly seen with Bavarian private purchase uniforms. This was the only regiment in the German army to wear buttons with a crown on the peacetime uniforms. It was also the only Bavarian regiment to wear white metal buttons, S
  18. Uniform items for a Rittmeister der Reserve of 2. Hannoversches Dragoner-Regiment Nr. 16, based in Lüneburg. Regimental Chief was King Albert of Belgium. The white metal helmet emblem had a Waterloo scroll, regimental colours were lemon yellow, collar and cuffs piped white, buttons silver. Old photo of items no longer in my collection. N.B.: These items would not have been worn together in this order. The cap is the so-called "Reitmütze", more often seen on a racecourse and with a sportive jaunty look, not matching a dress tunic with epaulettes, also of a slightly darker bl
  19. Helmet cockades (Landeskokarden): Infanterie-Regiment Bremen (Hanseatisches) No.75 Infanterie-Regiment Hamburg (2.Hanseatisches) No.76 Infanterie-Regiment Lübeck (3.Hanseatisches) No.162, officer Shoulder pieces M.1915 for a Leutnant, Infanterie-Regiment 76, typical broad version ca. 1916 The uniform was as per the Prussian regulations, the helmet plate was the normal Prussian heraldic eagle, the cockade was the only individual national identity in the case of these regiments. Militärkonvention with Prussia, dating from 1867. Prior to this each of the Hanseatic States had their own
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