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Russian Empire. A cockarde on a headdress of officers and the lower ranks

1. 100 eur

2. 80 eur

3. 30 eur

4-6. 50 eur

7. 150 eur.

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Parabellum (Luger) P08 Magazine https://cornet.cc/en/item/123059/parabellum-luger-p08-magazine/ 2021-06-15T08:55:07.229103+03:00

Magazines for Luger Parabellum P-08 pistols of different periods of operation.

Pictures illustrative.

All magazins of WW2 with the stamp of military acceptance of the 3rd Reich (WaA) and the manufacturer's code

  • a - 70 - sold
  • b - 70 - sold
  • c - 70 - sold
  • d - 60 - sold
  • e - 90 - With wooden heel, no stamp, with number WWI time ##1,2,3
  •  - 120 WWII  milled ##1-5
  •  - 90 WWII stamped ##6-10

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The Finnish naval dagger of the officers of the coastal artillery mod. 1919. https://cornet.cc/en/item/123622/the-finnish-naval-dagger-of-the-officers-of-the-coastal-artillery-mod-1919/ 2021-06-09T08:05:24.927249+03:00

Finland. The dagger of the naval officers of the coast artillery of the sample of 1919. The dirk was worn by officers of the Navy and Coast Artillery from 1920. In the post-war period, the use of bladed weapons in the Finnish army was constantly reduced. The use of the dirk was abolished in 1951.The blade is steel, straight, rhombic cross-section, tetrahedral, with lobes in each face, polished. The handle is white, plastic, wrapped with brass wire along spiral grooves. The head is made in the form of a stylized image of the crown. On top is a sleeve in the form of a spherical button, which secures the hilt on the shank. At the bottom of the handle is a sleeve similar to the top, which is connected together with the crown. The crosspiece is straight, the endings are curly. On the crosshair is a button of the latch latch in the scabbard. All brass parts of the guard are gold-plated. The scabbard is wooden, covered with black leather. The device of the scabbard is brass, consists of a mouth, a clip and a tip, decorated with a geometric ornament and the image of an anchor and the initials of the owner R. A. On the mouth and the clip are rings for attaching the belts of the belt belt. All brass parts of the scabbard are gilded.

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Order of St. Anna 2 class with swords in "bronze" https://cornet.cc/en/item/122187/order-of-st-anna-2-class-with-swords-in-bronze/ 2021-06-05T09:51:47.736857+03:00

Russian Empire. 1916-20years. Order of St. Anne, 2nd class with swords (for military merit during WWI) in bronze. An extremely rare award of the period of the end of the WWI and the Civil War.

On September 10, 1916, a decree of the Council of Ministers was issued, approved by Emperor Nicholas II, prohibiting the production of orders and other awards from precious metals (platinum, gold and silver).

The Order of St. Anna was established in 1735 by Duke Karl Friedrich of Holstein, in memory of his wife Anna Petrovna, daughter of Peter 1. After the arrival in Russia of his son Karl Peter Ulrich, the future Emperor Peter 3, the order was moved to Russia. In 1797, Paul 1 officially introduced the Order of St. Anna into the award system of Russia. In the middle of the cross, on a medallion, on a white field, Saint Anna is depicted. On the reverse side of the medallion on a white field is a monogram of blue enamel from the initial letters of the motto: A. J. P. F. Amantibus Justitiam, Pietatem, Fidem, i.e., To Those Who Love Truth, Piety, And Fidelity. This motto is borrowed from the original letters of the name and family of Grand Duchess Anna Petrovna: A. I. P. F. (Anna, Imperatoris Petri Filia, Anna of the Emperor Peter's Daughter). The ribbon of the order is red with a yellow border.

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Order of St. Stanislaus 2nd class with swords in " bronze" https://cornet.cc/en/item/122788/order-of-st-stanislaus-2nd-class-with-swords-in-bronze/ 2021-06-05T09:51:14.517261+03:00

The Russian Empire. 1916-20 years. Badge of the Order of St. Stanislaus, 2nd class with swords in "bronze". The brand of the supplier of the capital orders "Eduard" and "K" of the second type is "convex". A very rare award, awarded to less than a thousand officers of the Russian Imperial Army.

On September 10, 1916, a decree of the Council of Ministers was issued, approved by Emperor Nicholas II, prohibiting the production of orders and other awards from precious metals (platinum, gold and silver).

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Scottish dirk https://cornet.cc/en/item/123244/scottish-dirk/ 2021-06-02T09:29:16.155110+03:00

Great Britain-Scotland. Traditional (Scottish) dagger (dirk) model 1800 (conditional) of officers, non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel of Scottish units of the British Army. The blade is steel, straight, made by the method of machine forging with subsequent refinement with a multi-blade tool and abrasive materials. On both sides, the blade has a small and large dale, a sawtooth butt. The pommel of the hilt is a two-part piece consisting of a translucent red-yellow topaz and its silver frame. Detail in comparison with other samples, the pommel of a cold weapon has an uncharacteristic 45° tilt (towards the blade). The stone has the shape of a rounded truncated polyhedron. Under it is a white metal foil to enhance the brightness effect. The ornamentation of the upper part of the handle consists of a plant-geometric pattern. The pattern in the middle front part of the handle is an interweaving of straight lines forming rectangles and squares. The back side of the middle part of the handle has a simpler ornamentation, consisting of semicircular lines. In the lower part of the handle, on both sides, there is an image of a thistle (the symbol of Scotland). On the front and back side, between the upper and middle parts of the handle, there is a metal riveted pin that serves to fix the handle to the blade shank. The scabbard contains additional "accessories" — a table knife and fork, made and decorated similarly to dirk.

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Order of Labor, 3rd Class https://cornet.cc/en/item/122259/order-of-labor-3rd-class/ 2021-05-31T09:41:21.497257+03:00

Yugoslavia. Order of Labor of the 3rd degree of the second type with a silver wreath in the original box.The Order of Labor is an award of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The Order was awarded for success in work.The Order of Labor of three Degrees was established by the Chairman of the Anti-Fascist Veche of the People's Liberation of Yugoslavia by decree of May 1, 1945. The Decree of the Presidium and the People's Assembly of the People's Assembly of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia of November 28, 1947 also introduced the Medal of Labor.The order and medal were awarded to individuals, workers ' organizations and military units of the SFRY who achieved personal success in work and work of special significance for the benefit of the country and state labor organizations.On March 1, 1961, the new law on awards in the SFRY introduced new names: the Order of Labor of the First Degree was now called the Order of Labor with a Red Banner, the Order of Labor of the second Degree — the Order of Labor with a golden wreath, the Order of Labor of the third degree — Order of Labor with a silver wreath. Until the end of 1985, 359,239 people were awarded, of which 7,096 were awarded the Order of Labor with the Red Banner, 36,000 were awarded the Order of Labor with the golden Wreath, 182910 were awarded the Order of Labor with the Silver Wreath, and 133233 were awarded the Medal of Labor. 1546 youth work brigades became full holders of the Order of Labor.

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Sword belt of a sea officer dirk https://cornet.cc/en/item/121287/sword-belt-of-a-sea-officer-dirk/ 2021-05-21T08:38:33.117000+03:00

The Russian Empire. The shoulder belt (waist belt) of a naval officer's cutlass. The belt straps are made of black silk ribbon. A metal device made of gilded bronze. The lions are "kind, smiling". In excellent condition, extremely rare.

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Jug for drinks https://cornet.cc/en/item/121229/jug-for-drinks/ 2021-05-18T08:28:53.834112+03:00

The Russian Empire. A jug for drinks (milkman) with the image of scenes from the old-Russian, boyar life. Underglaze lithography. This style (painting) "a la Russia" became popular on the" wave " of pan-Slavism in the early 20th century. At the factory of M. S. Kuznetsov at the beginning of the 20th century, a series of dishes was produced, generally called "Boyars", according to the drawings of S. Solomko. The drawings are based on the famous costume ball in the Winter Palace in 1903. All the Russian nobility came to the ball in the costumes of the boyars of the pre-Petrine time.

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Oiler glass https://cornet.cc/en/item/122847/oiler-glass/ 2021-05-17T09:03:23.764276+03:00

The Russian Empire. Oiler glass OSH-Officer Rifle School. An experimental version, released in a small edition. Extremely rare!!!

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Order of St.George 4 class https://cornet.cc/en/item/121232/order-of-st-george-4-class/ 2021-05-17T09:01:01.030259+03:00

The Russian Empire. Badge of the Order of St. George, 4th class. 1916-1917. Established by Empress Catherine II on November 26 (December 7) 1769 in honor of St. George for the distinction of officers for services on the battlefield and service in the military ranks. He had four degrees of distinction.

Officer's award for personal courage, bravery, during the First World War. There are also known cases of awards during the Civil War (White Movement) of 1918-21. Unknown workshop. Very rare. In perfect condition. In total, less than a thousand RIA officers were awarded the Order of St. George "in bronze". Order of the Holy CrossSt. George's Award is restored in the modern Russian award system.

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Ink set coast Artillery https://cornet.cc/en/item/121286/ink-set-coast-artillery/ 2021-05-17T08:51:46.869742+03:00

Finland. 1920-30 years. Inkwell, cabinet set (ink set) decorated with naval guns of the coast artillery. On the bottom of the device is the inscription "Coast Artillery Headquarters" and the inventory number. Excellent work of the master. A very beautiful and interesting desktop device.

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Award set with medals of the police rank. https://cornet.cc/en/item/121234/award-set-with-medals-of-the-police-rank/ 2021-05-15T09:05:16.130325+03:00

The Russian Empire. Award set with medals of the police rank. The beginning of the 20th century. Suspension for 4 medals : "For diligence", "The Coronation of Nicholas II", "For immaculate service in the police" and "The 300th anniversary of the House of Romanov". The suspension and ribbon are original, native assembly. The medals are in perfect condition, stamped gloss, light patina. Rare!!!

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Non-commissioned officer's awarding set https://cornet.cc/en/item/121285/non-commissioned-officer-s-awarding-set/ 2021-05-09T09:39:20.985552+03:00

The Russian Empire. The pad with the medals of the super-soldier of the Russian Imperial Army of the beginning of the 20th century. Insignia of the Order of St. John the Baptist Anna No. 491993, light bronze medal " In memory of the reign of the Emperor The medal" In memory of the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905", the medal" In memory of the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812."On the block of the old collection. Very rare.

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Order of St. Georg 4 class. https://cornet.cc/en/item/122144/order-of-st-georg-4-class/ 2021-05-08T10:17:18.963660+03:00

Russian Empire. Sign (cross) of the Order of Saint George of the 4th degree (officer). 1916-17. Officer's award for personal courage, bravery, during the First world war. There are also cases of awards during the Civil war (White army) of 1918-21. An unknown workshop (on style of writing of the central medallion it is possible to assume Eduard's workshop.). Very rare. All Saint George "in bronze" less than one thousand officers of Russian Army are awarded the order. The order of St. George was restored in the modern Russian award system.

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Award set WWI https://cornet.cc/en/item/122821/award-set-wwi/ 2021-05-08T10:04:18.939210+03:00

The Russian Empire. Award block, consisting of the Order of St. Nicholas. Anna of the 3rd degree with swords in bronze, produced by the company "Eduard". Medals in memory of Tsar Alexander III, and medals "In memory of the war of 1812". The suspension and ribbon are original.

Order badges with swords were issued exclusively for military merit.

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Medal in memory of the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905 https://cornet.cc/en/item/121173/medal-in-memory-of-the-russian-japanese-war-of-1904-1905/ 2021-05-03T18:16:04.803774+03:00

The Russian Empire. Medal in memory of the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905. Established on January 21, 1906. In the center is the "all-seeing eye", surrounded by radiance and the dates "1904-1905", on the reverse is the inscription "may the God exalt you in due time".

The silver medal was awarded to all persons who were in Port Arthur and its fortified area during the defense ( from May 12 to December 20, 1904).

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Ring https://cornet.cc/en/item/121189/ring/ 2021-05-03T09:18:35.573351+03:00

USSR-Finland. Ring of trench (frontline) work made from the Soviet captured lapel badge of the middle command staff (Lieutenant) and tin base. The trophy of the Winter war.

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Military knife https://cornet.cc/en/item/123351/military-knife/ 2021-05-03T09:17:22.128692+03:00

Trench (trench, combat) knife based on the Danish bayonet knife of the 1889 model to the Krag-Jorgensen rifle. Period of world wars. Very rare.

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Military knife https://cornet.cc/en/item/121144/military-knife/ 2021-05-03T09:16:55.267079+03:00

Germany. Combat (trench) knife, the period of the Second World war. Without the brand of the manufacturer. A double-edged blade. There is a small chip on the handle and a crack on the bakelite.

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