№122079Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment

Russian Empire. Breast (regimental) officer badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment. It is approved on July 12, 1911. The sign represents a wreath of the oak and laurel branches topped with the Imperial crown with the falling blue tapes. The oxidized two-headed eagle is imposed on a wreath. Below monogram of Emperors Alexander I and Nicholas II, gilded Roman figure "C". The wreath is tied up by The White enamel Ribbon with dates 1811 "and "1911". Extremely rare sign - a unique person.

Pułtusk - the city in the Warsaw Governorate-General (nowadays the territory of Poland, the Mazovetsky voivodeship). Before WWI lodged in Kostroma. I consisted in the 46th infantry division of the 25th army case. To a regiment A.N. Denikin, E.V. Govorov, K.Ya. Gopper served.

The gilded and oxidized bronze, hot enamel. Sign type-setting (compound). Enamels without chips and cracks.

Size 35,35*49,60mm.

4990.- €

Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment
Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment
Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment
Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment
Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment
Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment
Badge of the 183rd infantry Pultussky regiment