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A very nice example of the Wupperman ‘1917’ dated soldiers mess tin, retaining virtually all of its original field grey green enamel with some minor losses and one indentation to the rear of the lid. Complete with its handle.
A good example of the one-piece stamped steel Prussian enlisted mans belt buckle with its original brown leather tab, which is maker marked and dated ‘1918’.
A rare pair of stitch-on shoulder boards for a Hauptmann in a Marine See Battalion. Subdued weave with red and white fleck, subdued Marine square edged raised crowns. Nice used pair as removed from a tunic.
A very nice condition ersatz bayonet, good blade with the hilt and the scabbard retaining much of its original field grey green paint. Minor indentations to both the front and back of the lower section of the scabbard. Rifle fitting system in place and working correctly.
A scarce item of Austrian field equipment being the officers field belt worn by Marine land base troops of the Austrian Empire during WWI. A standard brown leather Austrian belt with clear manufacturer’s marks and logos to the rear with the rare two-piece high quality bronze naval infantry buckle to the front being the crown banker with scrolls either side and the oak leaf and laurel leaf surround. These belt are manufactured as one unit and therefore cannot be changed as with other German/Austrian buckles. The leather remains good and clear. Some of the original grey felt lining cloth is present however much has disappeared with time.
Probably the best 1910 enlisted mans tunic we have ever owned is this large sized field grey model 1910 tunic worn by an NCO standard-bearer in the 19th Field Artillery Regiment. The Thuringen Field Artillery Regiment No.19 formed in 1872, garrison town of Erfurt and part of the 11th Army Corps. The tunic is completely untouched since WWI. Thinness of nap overall. One very minor moth nip above the front right hand pocket as the tunic is viewed, the remainder of the tunic is totally moth free. There is one small depot repaired 3cm square patch inlaid to the lower skirt below the right hand pocket as the tunic is viewed and moth have attacked the red cloth of one of the 19th Regiment shoulder board. The tunic is fitted with its original standard-bearer’s arm patch, which is beautifully embroidered. NCO lace to the collar, NCO zinc discs to either side of the collar. Embroidered yellow ‘19’ with flaming bomb motif to the red stitched down shoulder boards. The Swedish cuffs have at some stage in the wearer’s career been slightly shortened to enable the sleeves to be longer. All original buttons to the tunic. Matching NCO lace to the collar. Fully lined to the interior with a full compliment of size stampings, depot of Celle with a good clear stamping of ‘1.TH.F.A.R.19.’ within a block. A magnificent historic piece.
A superb uniform from the collection of the late Michael Baldwin. A rare M.15 Bluse in issue cloth with two extra upper pockets. Rear skirt in standard 1915 configuration, fly front with NCO's high Collar and NCO lace. Regiment176 shoulder boards fitted. The issue stamping in the tunic BAXVII 1916 and the matching Model 1910 trousers are size stamped to the interior with identical army group stampings of BAXVII 1916, they are also marked JR176 matching the tunic. The trousers have 3 areas of damage shown in the website images. A truly magnificent set from the incredible Michael Baldwin collection.
Previously out of stock, we are pleased to announce that in a warehouse sort out, we managed to discover a small quantity of boxes of the publication. This book was published by our sister company, Military Mode Publishing and stock were though to be sold out for the last year. The last remaining copies were selling at £59.99 each and copies are now changing hands for £100 a time. This small quantity is not being distributed to book dealers thus Regimentals is the only place to obtain this now rare book.
WWI production piece without enamel. Lovely condition overall with watered silk ribbon.
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