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Baden – Stein – Veterans – Dragoner Rgt NR 20

SKU: 18-590 A

$695.00

Veteran steins from cavalry regiments are far harder to find than those of infantry regiments. The simple and obvious reason was that there were far fewer cavalry regiments than infantry. This is especially true for smaller states that had a very few cavalry regiments than Prussia….

 

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We offer you a marvelous veterans stein from the Grand Duchy of Baden. They fielded a total of three Dragoner-Regiments. The senior of the three regiments was 1. Badisches Leib-Dragoner-Regiment Nr 20. It was founded in 1803 during the midst of the Napoleonic wars. It was garrisoned in the capital city of Karlsruhe and was the cavalry guard of the Grand Duke. It was assigned to the XIV. Armeekorps. The other two Dragoner-Regiments were Nr 21 and Nr 22 and there not founded until 1850 but were also assigned to XIV. Armeekorps.

To begin this stein is in wonderful condition. The central scene has a mounted trooper. He is flanked by scenes which show more Dragoners all mounted. The right scene shows an officer leading a charging group of troopers, all of whom have lance flags in the color of Baden. Under the large central figure we see a shoulder board for the regiment which is red with a Ducal crown of Baden. This mounted man is flanked by the flags of Baden

On either side of the three images we see the men of this man’s squadron which is Nr 2. At the bottom of the stein we see all of the information of the regiment also on with the years of service of the veteran 1900-1903. The name of the veteran is Reservist Schilling. As we look through the bottom of the stein and held up to light, we see a handsome lithopone which shows a soldier and his sweetheart.
The final detail to the stein is a gorgeous pewter lid. It has a trooper on a rearing horse with a lance and the hand painted lance flag in the colors of Baden. The man is wearing his pickelhaube in parade configuration. The thumb device has the Griffin of Baden along with the Garde star of the regiment. This is a very important and historical regiment and would be the Baden version of the Prussian Regiment der Garde du Corps. There is one very small chip at the base of the stein which we will show in our photographs.

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We offer you a marvelous veterans stein from the Grand Duchy of Baden. They fielded a total of three Dragoner-Regiments. The senior of the three regiments was 1. Badisches Leib-Dragoner-Regiment Nr 20. It was founded in 1803 during the midst of the Napoleonic wars. It was garrisoned in the capital city of Karlsruhe and was the cavalry guard of the Grand Duke. It was assigned to the XIV. Armeekorps. The other two Dragoner-Regiments were Nr 21 and Nr 22 and there not founded until 1850 but were also assigned to XIV. Armeekorps.

To begin this stein is in wonderful condition. The central scene has a mounted trooper. He is flanked by scenes which show more Dragoners all mounted. The right scene shows an officer leading a charging group of troopers, all of whom have lance flags in the color of Baden. Under the large central figure we see a shoulder board for the regiment which is red with a Ducal crown of Baden. This mounted man is flanked by the flags of Baden

On either side of the three images we see the men of this man’s squadron which is Nr 2. At the bottom of the stein we see all of the information of the regiment also on with the years of service of the veteran 1900-1903. The name of the veteran is Reservist Schilling. As we look through the bottom of the stein and held up to light, we see a handsome lithopone which shows a soldier and his sweetheart.
The final detail to the stein is a gorgeous pewter lid. It has a trooper on a rearing horse with a lance and the hand painted lance flag in the colors of Baden. The man is wearing his pickelhaube in parade configuration. The thumb device has the Griffin of Baden along with the Garde star of the regiment. This is a very important and historical regiment and would be the Baden version of the Prussian Regiment der Garde du Corps. There is one very small chip at the base of the stein which we will show in our photographs.