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CAVALRY PENNANT AND PARTIAL LANCE – DRAGONER-REGIMENT Nr 19 – OLDENBURG

SKU: 25-42

$1,095.00

This is an enlisted man’s pennant and partial lance from Oldenburgisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr 19. This regiment was founded in 1849 and garrisoned in the capital of Oldenburg. Oldenburg was a very small grand duchy that fielded one infantry and one cavalry regiment. They also fielded a single artillery Bataillon. The pennant measures 26″ x 14.” It features an eagle on a blue background. The Oldenburg Star is mounted in the center of the eagle’s chest. The pennant is constructed from a very gauzy and lightweight cotton similar to that of flags. Some minor areas of moth nipping appear. The pennant is mounted to a partial lance, which measures 36″ in length. This measurement extends from the lance’s tip to the cut off point. The pennant is mounted to the lance using a leather thong that has been fed through the pennant bunting’s four holes and through the lance itself. The lance tip sports many markings on it, as well as the date 1920. Clearly, this lance was checked back into the equipment depot after WW I, then was reissued by the Reich’s Heer in 1920. This is a very rare and historic item.

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This is an enlisted man’s pennant and partial lance from Oldenburgisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr 19. This regiment was founded in 1849 and garrisoned in the capital of Oldenburg. Oldenburg was a very small grand duchy that fielded one infantry and one cavalry regiment. They also fielded a single artillery Bataillon. The pennant measures 26″ x 14.” It features an eagle on a blue background. The Oldenburg Star is mounted in the center of the eagle’s chest. The pennant is constructed from a very gauzy and lightweight cotton similar to that of flags. Some minor areas of moth nipping appear. The pennant is mounted to a partial lance, which measures 36″ in length. This measurement extends from the lance’s tip to the cut off point. The pennant is mounted to the lance using a leather thong that has been fed through the pennant bunting’s four holes and through the lance itself. The lance tip sports many markings on it, as well as the date 1920. Clearly, this lance was checked back into the equipment depot after WW I, then was reissued by the Reich’s Heer in 1920. This is a very rare and historic item.

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This is an enlisted man’s pennant and partial lance from Oldenburgisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr 19. This regiment was founded in 1849 and garrisoned in the capital of Oldenburg. Oldenburg was a very small grand duchy that fielded one infantry and one cavalry regiment. They also fielded a single artillery Bataillon. The pennant measures 26″ x 14.” It features an eagle on a blue background. The Oldenburg Star is mounted in the center of the eagle’s chest. The pennant is constructed from a very gauzy and lightweight cotton similar to that of flags. Some minor areas of moth nipping appear. The pennant is mounted to a partial lance, which measures 36″ in length. This measurement extends from the lance’s tip to the cut off point. The pennant is mounted to the lance using a leather thong that has been fed through the pennant bunting’s four holes and through the lance itself. The lance tip sports many markings on it, as well as the date 1920. Clearly, this lance was checked back into the equipment depot after WW I, then was reissued by the Reich’s Heer in 1920. This is a very rare and historic item.