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militaria item KuK 'tinnie' commemorating the Central Alliance
- Austrian
This badge, with the logo 'Viribus Unitis', commemorates the early years of the war, 1914-1915 struck in a laurel wreath between the soldiers. The enamelled arms are those of Germany, Austria and Hungary.
£20.00
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militaria item 1914-15 Commemorative silver brooch
- Austrian
This is a generic commemorative piece for the first two years of WW1: a platform with three swordsmen over a base of eagles scouring the landscape (for enemies). 'In memoriam eternum' is in relief round the edge, together with the dates in Latin numerals. The triple emblems of Turkey, Austria and Germany are over the central figure.
£80.00
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militaria item KuK Landwehr officer's hat badge
- Austrian
This magnificent badge is struck in gilding metal, which has then been electro-plated and enamelled. It shows the imperial double eagle with the Austrian coat of arms in the centre and the logo 'Algem. K.K. Landwehr-Abzeichen'. The Landwehr were the reserve units of the old Austrian infantry, based locally in the garrison towns.
£70.00
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militaria item Enamel buttonhole with Dolomite motif
- Austrian
These were sold to raise money for the displaced mountain people of Tyrol and the Dolomites, who became refugees due to the war with Italy, hence the Latin inscription 'Pro fugis auxilium' round the edge with a Tyrol eagle at the top and two small edelweiss on each side, with 1914-1916 between, and the central die-struck image of the Dolomites.
£30.00
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militaria item KuK badge for the heroes of Bukowiner
- Austrian
These were distributed in Austria to raise money for the widows and orphans of those who fell at the Battle of Bukowiner in 1916. The central figure is a nurse. There is a Viennese maker's mark on the reverse.
£15.00
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militaria item KuK 95th Regiment, Widows & Orphans Fund badge
- Austrian
This is a pot metal badge, maker marked on the reverse 'Gurschner Wien VII/2'. It is a nicely patinated example of the widows and orphans fund school of badges, clearly marked to the 95th regiment and dated 1916.
£15.00
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testimonials

The tropical belt and buckle turned up on time and I am very happy with it and it has been a pleasure doing business with you.

D F, UK, 16.03.2016

Hi Chris, medals arrived safely and I am very pleased, will leave a mention for you on a military collectors forum and hopefully you may pick up some business.

Once again thank you.

Wayne Sinnot, UK, 04.08.2005

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