Saxon 101st Grenadier Regt. (Kaiser Wilhelm-King of Prussia Regt.

Saxon 101st Grenadier Regt. (Kaiser Wilhelm-King of Prussia Regt.

Officer to parade Model 1897. Outstanding quality black lacquered leather helmet body with gilded brass trim.

Saxon 101st Grenadier Regt. (Kaiser Wilhelm-King of Prussia Regt.) Officer to parade Model 1897.  Outstanding quality black lacquered leather helmet body with gilded brass trim.  Helmet body has excellent form and firm stitching.  Exterior lacquer shows age but no damage.  Interior has brown sweat leather with deep (Saxon) green silk headliner.  On headliner is the gold leaf emblem of the maker "Awes".   Interior visors colored red and green. 

No extra holes in helmet body.  Gilded brass spike base complete with officer diamond ring. Spike has been replaced with a bull black yak hair plume for parade.  Front plate is officer quality gilded star with the silver arms of Saxony in the center.  Flat chinscales on rosettes.  Officer style non serrated Saxon and Reichs officer cockades.  Use of the black parade plume indicates this helmet is from the 101st Grenadier Regiment.  Outstanding helmet from AWES, considered one of the finest makers of Imperial German helmets.

  • Price : $2,495
  • Overall condition : Excellent
  • Reference : Head43

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