19th Century Military Uniforms and Weapons
A collection of images related to partial and/or complete original and replica 19th Century military uniforms (including those of the American Civil War), head wear, uniform accessories (military decorations & medals) and weapons.
The Pelzmuetze ( "busby" ) of Kaiser Wilhelm II for his Leib Garde Hussar Regiment. This one-of-a-kind piece of Imperial German/Prussian headgear would have been worn by the Emperor ( "Kaiser" ) of the Second German Reich ( Wilhelm II ) whenever he visited his personal Hussar bodyguard regiment. The pillbox-shaped "busby" is covered in luxurious brown otter fur and has a red wool Kolpak (bag), appropriate for his Leib Garde Hussar Regiment.
An imperial German Prussian 15th Ulan Regiment Colonel's uniform with helmet, circa 1910. Dark blue wool Ulanka with yellow collar, cuffs and piping. Includes removable plastron front for full dress. Has silver flecked black cord shoulder straps with gold rank pips and unit number on a yellow field. Chapska of black leather with silver eagle plate and visor trim. Has brass chin scales and an officer's pattern national cockade.
360: IMPERIAL GERMAN PRUSSIAN COLONEL UNIFORM & HELMET : Lot 360
Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1807.Gilt brass, master's button with a rope twist outer border and oval inner border. In the centre, on lined ground, is a large anchor flanked by two small ones. On the reverse is the inscription 'TREBLE GILT/STAND.COLOUR.' Reference to this pattern appears in the regulations of 1807: 'buttons worn by the masters to bear the arms of the Navy Office. Made 1807-12.
Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1807 - National Maritime Museum
1832 Pattern Royal Horse Guards Dress Officer's Sword. In the height of decadence in British military fashion, the Royal Horse Guards took sword ornamentation to a whole new level with this sword pattern. Like in other dress regulation items at this time, European influences are prevalent throughout its construction from the French pommel and back strap to the Germanic-like guard and well-etched 40 inch blade.
Highland Broadsword with Scabbard - The Highland Broadsword is characterized by two-edged cut and thrust sword with a complete nickel-plated steel basket guard. This 1831 pattern Sword is also referred to as the Highland Officer's Sword.
Highland Broadsword with Scabbard
SUPERB & RARE BRITISH C.1832 2ND LIFEGUARDS OFFICER'S DRESS SWORD.
SUPERB & RARE BRITISH C.1832 2ND LIFEGUARDS OFFICER'S DRESS SWORD
19th century English British Army Cavalry 1st Kings Dragoon Guard Helmet.
19thC Antique English British Army Cavalry 1st Kings Dragoon Guard Helmet.
British 5th Dragoon Guards Other Ranks Helmet. This example is of the 5th (the Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. In 1922 the Regiment was amalgamated with The Inniskillings (6th Dragoons), to form 5th/6th Dragoons.
Military Collection of Peter Suciu
A Stunning Presentation 1821 Cavalry Sabre, From Lord Brooke in 1844A fabulous Victorian sword, with a presentation inscription from "Capt Lord Brooke [later the Earl of Warwick] and the Officers of the 4th Troop, Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry, to John Spink As The Best Swordsman" abvt