Cornet Military Antiques Last published items https://cornet.cc/en/ 2024-02-19T15:16:57.887274+02:00 https://cornet.cc/static/en/favicon.ico https://cornet.cc/static/en/logo.png Pocket wathces For Excellent Shooting https://cornet.cc/en/item/121587/pocket-wathces-for-excellent-shooting/ 2024-02-19T15:16:57.887274+02:00

Russian Imperial Army. Pocket prize (award) watches of the beginning of the 20th century for competitive shooting in a white metal case.

On the lower cover there is a sign "For excellent shooting" with two crossed rifles of the Mosin system (three-line).

The watch was made by the famous company Paul Buhre - Supplier of His Majesty's Court.

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Pocket wathces for Exellent Shooting https://cornet.cc/en/item/121585/pocket-wathces-for-exellent-shooting/ 2024-02-16T14:39:01.741972+02:00

Russian Imperial Army. Pocket prize (award) watches of the beginning of the 20th century for competitive shooting in a silver case. On the top cover is the inscription "For excellent shooting" and two crossed rifles of the Mosin system (three-line).

The watch was made by the famous company Paul Buhre - Supplier of His Majesty's Court.

On the inside of the front cover there is a gift inscription; Kamyshlov local team to junior non-commissioned officer Ivan Slezin for excellent shooting. August 7, 1909

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Pocket watches for Exellent Shooting https://cornet.cc/en/item/121159/pocket-watches-for-exellent-shooting/ 2024-02-15T09:11:10.428518+02:00

Russian Imperial Army. Pocket prize watches of the beginning of the 20th century for competitive shooting in a white metal case. On the top cover is the inscription "For excellent shooting" and two crossed rifles of the Mosin system (three-line).

The watch was made by the famous company Paul Buhre - Supplier of His Majesty's Court.

On the back cover of the watch there is a gift inscription - the 1st prize of the 16th Ulan Novoarkhangelsk regiment.

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Holster of Artillery Luger P-08 https://cornet.cc/en/item/121553/holster-of-artillery-luger-p-08/ 2024-02-05T09:12:25.059035+02:00

Germany. Artillery Parabellum holster P-08 Lange. With fasteners to the wooden stock.

In addition to the standard P08 pistol, DWM designers created a Parabellum pistol with an elongated barrel up to 200 mm, as well as a sector sight designed to fire up to 800 meters with an attached wooden holster-butt, especially for arming calculations of field artillery guns and non-commissioned officers of machine gun teams. The pistol, called the "long P.08," was adopted on July 3, 1913 by the military units of Prussia, Saxony and Würtenberg.

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Badge of the end of the Naval Cadet Corps https://cornet.cc/en/item/121457/badge-of-the-end-of-the-naval-cadet-corps/ 2024-02-04T10:03:34.939407+02:00

Russian Empire. Badge of the end of the Naval Cadet Corps.

This is a special military educational institution for the training of naval officers, was founded by Peter the Great of 14.01.1701. It received the sons of naval officers and nobles, as well as civilian officials not lower than the VIII class of the Table of Ranks.

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Distinction for service in the Caucasus https://cornet.cc/en/item/121584/distinction-for-service-in-the-caucasus/ 2024-02-04T10:02:23.238876+02:00

Russian Empire. 1864. Officer insignia (cross) "For service in the Caucasus." In silver, they are extremely rare. In excellent condition.

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Distinction for service in the Caucasus. https://cornet.cc/en/item/122314/distinction-for-service-in-the-caucasus/ 2024-02-04T09:43:48.261985+02:00

Russian Empire. 1864. Badge "difference cross for service in the Caucasus". For the lower ranks. Rare. in an excellent state.

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Badge of Kronstadt Fortress https://cornet.cc/en/item/121163/badge-of-kronstadt-fortress/ 2024-02-04T09:40:12.586740+02:00

The Russian Empire. Officer's badge of the Kronstadt Fortress.

Established on January 14, 1904.

The base of the sign is a wreath of laurel and oak leaves, on which a fortress weapon is superimposed. On top of the sign is the combined monogram of the Emperors Peter the Great and Nicholas II under the imperial gilded crown. Below the monogram are crossed halberds and a shovel, which are superimposed with the old coat of arms of Kronstadt made in the finifti technique with the inscription "Kronshlot" at the bottom. Below is a tape with the dates "1704-1904".

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Badge of the 94th Yenisei Infantry Regiment https://cornet.cc/en/item/121459/badge-of-the-94th-yenisei-infantry-regiment/ 2024-02-04T09:39:23.572501+02:00

Russian Empire. Regimental badge of the 94th Yenisei Infantry Regiment for officers.

Approved on June 1, 1913. The badge is a gold cross of the Virtuti Militari order, covered with blue enamel. On the horizontal rays of the cross, the golden anniversary dates "1813" and "1913." In the center of the cross, on a blue enamel disk, is the golden monogram of Emperor Nicholas II framed by a laurel wreath.

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Badge of the Life-Guards Volynsky Regiment. Provisional Goverment. https://cornet.cc/en/item/121137/badge-of-the-life-guards-volynsky-regiment-provisional-goverment/ 2024-02-04T09:30:49.509381+02:00

Russian empire. Badge of The Volyn life guard. The period of the Provisional Government (1917). The basis of the sign is a silver wreath of palm branches and wheat ears. In the center of the wreath is a silver figure of a soldier in the uniform of the Volyn life guard, holding a banner covered with red enamel in his right hand. The soldier leans on the shoulder of a woman in a national Russian costume, representing Free Russia, with his left hand. The woman holds her right hand on an oval shield with a convex inscription "February 27, 1917" . in her left hand, the woman holds a Laurel branch. At the bottom of the wreath is a ribbon with a convex inscription "VOLYNETS". Soldiers of the reserve battalion of the life guard of the Volyn regiment who directly participated in the February events of 1917, the badge was issued with the name and surname of the recipient engraved before the word "Volynets". On this sign-the surname of the awardee-A. Gurko.
 Very RARE!!!

 
 

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Badge of Kronstadt Fortress https://cornet.cc/en/item/121255/badge-of-kronstadt-fortress/ 2024-02-04T09:28:12.742691+02:00

The Russian Empire. Officer's badge of the Kronstadt Fortress.

Established on January 14, 1904.

The base of the sign is a wreath of laurel and oak leaves, on which a fortress weapon is superimposed. On top of the sign is the combined monogram of the Emperors Peter the Great and Nicholas II under the imperial gilded crown. Below the monogram are crossed halberds and a shovel, which are superimposed with the old coat of arms of Kronstadt made in the finifti technique with the inscription "Kronshlot" at the bottom. Below is a tape with the dates "1704-1904".

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Cypher and crown on shoulder straps of chef's mouths https://cornet.cc/en/item/121582/cypher-and-crown-on-shoulder-straps-of-chef-s-mouths/ 2024-02-01T09:03:06.173706+02:00

Russian Empire.  Cypher and crown for epaulettes and epaulettes of officers and class ranks (officials) of "chef" companies, squadrons and regiments during the reign of Emperor Nicholas II.

To the commanders and combat officers of the first companies, squadrons, hundreds and batteries of the troops of the Guard and the Army, in which His Imperial Majesty deigns to be a chief. (Order of V.V. 1897 No. 321 and No. 343).

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Cypher for the shoulder strap https://cornet.cc/en/item/121046/cypher-for-the-shoulder-strap/ 2024-02-01T09:02:16.211747+02:00

Russian Empire. The monogram and the crown on the shoulder straps of officers and lower ranks of the chef's companies, squadrons and batteries of His Imperial Majesty Nicholas II.

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Cypher and crown on the shoulder strap https://cornet.cc/en/item/122091/cypher-and-crown-on-the-shoulder-strap/ 2024-02-01T08:52:01.317974+02:00

Russian Empire. Cypher and the crown on the chase and epolets of officers and class ranks (officials) of the reign of Emperor Nicholas II.

1. Cypher of Emperor Alexander III - № 1,2,4, 5 - 135 euro. Position No. 3 - 165 Euro. Size #1,2,3,4 - 63,5*37*4,58mm. #5 size 63,7*35,26*1,54mm
2. Cypher Emperor Nicholas II - № 6 - 120 Euro Size 55,8*59,8*2,93mm
3. Cypher Emperor Nicholas II in silver № 7 - 135 Euro, Size 63,73*38,62*3,18mm.
4.Crown 8 (size 18.3 * 23mm), 9 (size 19 * 22.24 mm).10 (size 18.64 * 21.87 mm), 11 (size 23.16 * 19.1 mm) № 8,9,10,11 - 60euro
5. Crown No. 12 (Size 18,85*15,57mm) - 30 Euro.

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Monogram of Nicholas II for epaulettes https://cornet.cc/en/item/121545/monogram-of-nicholas-ii-for-epaulettes/ 2024-02-01T08:44:19.159157+02:00

Russian Empire. The monogram of Emperor Nicholas II on epaulettes of officers of the chef regiments.

Venzel of Nicholas 2nd, officer.
To the commanders and combat officers of the first companies, squadrons, hundreds and batteries of the troops of the Guard and the Army, in which His Imperial Majesty deigns to be a chief. (Order of V.V. 1897 No. 321 and No. 343).

Honorary Commander or Chief of Formation - an honorary title in Imperial Russia and in some other states, which is awarded to members of monarchical dynasties.

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AK74 Bayonet https://cornet.cc/en/item/123342/ak74-bayonet/ 2024-01-29T15:44:30.286182+02:00
Vietnam
Very good condition
A - 3 pieces.
B - sold
C - sold

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Order of the Great Patriotic War 2 class https://cornet.cc/en/item/121583/order-of-the-great-patriotic-war-2-class/ 2024-01-29T14:24:20.417322+02:00

USSR. Order of the Patriotic War of the 2nd degree No.92352.

Established by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of May 20, 1942. The Order of the Patriotic War is awarded to persons of ordinary and commanding personnel of the Red Army, the Navy, the NKVD troops and partisan detachments who showed courage, resilience and courage in the battles for the Soviet homeland, as well as servicemen who, by their actions, contributed to the success of the military operations of our troops.

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Order of the Great Patriotic War 2 class https://cornet.cc/en/item/121581/order-of-the-great-patriotic-war-2-class/ 2024-01-29T14:11:57.124321+02:00

USSR. Order of the Patriotic War of the 2nd degree No. 115855. The order was prepared in the first half of 1944. On the reverse there is an annular, resembling a ditch or trench, a depression about 4 mm wide. Because of this, this type of order received the nickname "ditch" from the Falerists. There is no mint stamp, the number is inscribed with a stichel at the bottom of the reverse (for 6 hours on the dial).

Established by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of May 20, 1942. The Order of the Patriotic War is awarded to persons of ordinary and commanding personnel of the Red Army, the Navy, the NKVD troops and partisan detachments who showed courage, resilience and courage in the battles for the Soviet homeland, as well as servicemen who, by their actions, contributed to the success of the military operations of our troops.

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Star of the Order of St. Anna https://cornet.cc/en/item/122219/star-of-the-order-of-st-anna/ 2024-01-27T09:40:30.591951+02:00

Russian Empire. Star of the Order of St. Anna, 1st class. Keibel workshop, late 19th - early 20th century (until 1908). On the bottom of the star and the needle is the expanded brand of Keibel's workshop, 84 silver samples and the brand of St. Petersburg.

Order of St. Anna, established in 1735 in memory of Peter the Great's daughter, Anna, by her husband, was introduced into the system of awards of the Empire by Paul I. This award was awarded for both state and military service. 4 degrees were provided, the youngest of them was intended to be rewarded for military merit.

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Star of the order of Saint Stanislaus https://cornet.cc/en/item/121174/star-of-the-order-of-saint-stanislaus/ 2024-01-27T09:25:48.765060+02:00

Russian empire. Star of the order of Saint Stanislaus, 2st class. late XIX century. The order was established by the Polish king Stanislaw August Poniatowski in 1765. In 1831, he was added to the orders of the Russian Empire and became the youngest among them. The order's motto is "Praemiando incitat"("Rewarding, encouraging"). The day of the order's holiday is April 25. Star-eight-pointed silver forged (in the XVIII century sewn), with a medallion in the middle; in the center of the medallion is the red monogram SS (from Sancti Stanislai – Saint Stanislaus), around which is placed a Golden inscription on a white background – "Praemiando incitat" (motto of the order); it is bordered by a green stripe with four bunches of Golden leaves.

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