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militaria item Stahlhelm tunic buttons
- German
These rare tunic buttons (21mm diameter) are of two piece construction with a blue grey enamel finish. The Stahlhelm organisation was a massive nationwide veterans' outfit on the right wing of Weimar politics, natural allies of both the NSDAP and the various Freikorps in the common struggle against the Reds.
£50.00
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militaria item KuK officer's button
- Austrian
This little gilt tunic button (2.5cm diameter) is of two-piece construction, with a brass back and gilding metal face. It bears the coat of arms of Leopold II, Emperor of Austria, who reigned 1780-92. Apart from the fighting with the Turks, this button might have seen service in the winter campaign against the French of 1793-94 in the Netherlands.
£35.00
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militaria item KuK officer's button
- Austrian
This little gilt tunic button (2.5cm diameter) is of two-piece construction, with a brass back and gilding metal face. It bears the coat of arms of Leopold II, Emperor of Austria, who reigned 1780-92. Apart from the fighting with the Turks, this button might have seen service in the winter campaign against the French of 1793-94 in the Netherlands.
£35.00
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militaria item KuK officer's button
- Austrian
This little gilt tunic button (2.5cm diameter) is of two-piece construction, with a brass back and gilding metal face. It bears the coat of arms of Leopold II, Emperor of Austria, who reigned 1780-92. Apart from the fighting with the Turks, this button might have seen service in the winter campaign against the French of 1793-94 in the Netherlands.
£35.00
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militaria item Selection of Irish officer's buttons, 1881 pattern
- British
These buttons are (left to right, top to bottom): Royal Munster Fusiliers, Royal Irish Rifles (I think), Leinster Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Dublin Fusiliers (QVC), Royal Irish Rifles (blackened version). This is a nice selection, including three of the units which were disbanded in 1922. Makers are variously Pitt, Gaunt, Firmin & Jennens.
£60.00
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militaria item 17th Lancer other ranks buttons
- British
These are plustron buttons from the lancer's dress tunic, with the classic motif of skull and crossbones, comemoratiing the 'death or glory' tradition of the regiment. This British unit was unique in using this device, often found in continental armies, particularly the French and German ones.

militaria item Saxon court official's button
- German
This fine button (3cm) shows the Saxon coat of arms with 'Fideliter et constanter', the motto of Sachsen-Meiningen, one of the Saxon dukedoms. It is marked 'EXTRA FIEN' and would appear to be made of tombak with a good heavy coating of gilding to the face. Such buttons would have been worn on court officials' tunics and possibly on greatcoats.
£20.00
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militaria item Royal Horse Artillery ball buttons, officer's
- British
These buttons (each just under 1.5cm) are single-piece officer buttons as on the bum freezer uniform jacket worn by this elite unit. They are made of gilt brass, have the king's crown, and are maker marked Firmin & Sons on the reverse. They are in good condition and have all their original gilt finish.

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The bayonet have reached me. I am very pleased

T D, Norway, 12.10.2016

Many thanks, the bayonet arrived safely, I am very pleased, thanks

T A, UK, 16.05.2015

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