Officer's Helmet Of The Brunswick Duchy Infantry Regiment No. 92

Frédéric Coridon


CategoryAncient weapons
Period19th century
Condition Very good state

Officer's helmet of the regiment of infantry of the duchy of Brunswick n ° 92,
1st type, model 1886.
Leather and all brass fittings.
The point is fixed on a cupola with four stars.
The enamel and brass faceplate of this Prussian-style helmet features an eight-pointed Maltese cross with a central motif consisting of a running horse and a crowned helmet; the lower part is decorated with a "Peninsula" banner. This refers to the Spanish war against Napoleon I. This plaque was worn from 1886 to 1912 by active officers before being assigned to the officers of the Landwehr (Territorial Army).
Red cockade and the other black.
Leather and silk interior; attribution label.
Beautiful state of conservation.

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