Prussian Garde Infantry

Prussian Garde Infantry "One Year Volunteer" zu Parade Pickelhaube

Straight woodwork find Named to " Lt. A. Wienck" or "A. Wiend", with his studio Picture. Original condition

Black lacquered fiber body in excellent shape. Gold trim with beautiful highly Gilt Officers Spread Winged Eagle that left nice marks in the helmet body, however there is another set of holes underneath the plate, probably wore an EM type Eagle at some point before full commission. Silver Star of the NCO type with the "Summ Cuique" . 

Round gold spike base topped with an NCO type Trichter and with Officer Yack hair "Haarbusch" as worn by the 1st and 2nd Battalions of some 2nd Garde Regt or K.A.G.Grenadier Regt. amongst a few. The spike base is retained by 4 Stars. Red and Green lined visors with the NCO/Officers name written inside the rear visor. Officers calfskin lining with silk, makers marked by "Depaheg", both also named to the same Officer.

Helmet furthermore came with an Officer carrying case -not pictured- but in used original condition. Overall an unusual patterned after the many variants used by NCO's or One Year Volunteers who later served under full commission.  Excellent condition overall.

  • Price : $2,195
  • Overall condition : Excellent
  • Reference : Head39

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