Prussian 2nd Garde Dragoon Officers, Pickelhaube

Prussian 2nd Garde Dragoon Officers, Pickelhaube

Regiment Kaiserin Alexandra von Russland, stationed in Berlin. Overall excellent condition and a single regiment helmet.

Prussian Garde Dragoon Officer Model 1897. Black lacquered leather body with silver trim in excellent shape and firm stitching.  Interior has leather sweatband and silk headliner.  Square front visor and with silver trim.  No extra holes in helmet body (see detailed pictures).  

Cross spike base with the officers pearlring and 4 gilt stars, smooth silver spike that untwists to allow for a white Parade Haarbush.  Frontplate is the silver large wide winged Prussian Grenadier Eagle with in its center the  a silver starburst with the enameled Black Eagle order and "Sum Cuique". Rounded officer gilt chinscales held by silver rosettes. Original Reichs and Prussian Officer cockades. A Beautiful helmet overall.  Absolutely 100% original.  Fantastic example of a Rare mounted unit.

  • Price : $3,750
  • Reference : Head264

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