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    SKU: 04-761 XKA


    Today we are offering you a very fine officer’s pickelhaube from a Garde-Grenadier-Regiment, Garde zu Fuß-Regiment, or Garde Train-Abteilung. The helmet, which features all-brass fittings was correct for nine different Garde-Regiments AND the Garde-Train Abteilung. The correct units are listed below. Kaiser Alexander Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr 1 Kaiser Franz Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr 2 Königin Elisabeth Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr 3 Königin Augusta Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr 4 Garde-Grenadier-Regiment Nr 5 2. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß 3. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß 4. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß 1. Garde-Dragoner-Regiment Königin Viktoria von Großbritannien und Irland Garde-Train Abteilung The helmet’s leather body is quite pleasing, with a nominal amount of spidering to its surface. It exhibits NO dings or other issues and rates well above average. As previously mentioned, all of its furniture is brass (gilt), including the wappen, chin scales, base, trim, pearl ring, officers’ stars, and tall, elegant spike. The Garde wappen is one of the most beautiful of Imperial Germany’s wappens. Its massive eagle with its outspread wings is an impressive sight. The eagle’s wingtips extend all the way to the officers’ State and Reich’s kokarden on either side of the helmet. [That is a VERY wide eagle]! The Garde wappen’s beauty is even further advanced by the fabulous Garde Star located within the central silver sunburst on the eagle’s chest. The Garde Star boasts a black Hohenzollern Eagle within an enamel center, highlighted by multicolored enamel accents and its Latin motto. This helmet’s emblem is in perfect shape, with no cracks or chips to its enamel. The helmet’s…

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