Imperial Russian Militaria
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Massive Battlefield Trophy of Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, from battle of Avliyar. Silver hallmarks throughout.
Shoulder Boards of a Captain, 2nd cl., Russian Imperial Navy, circa 1910s. Four-sided type for wearing on a long coat (syurtuk). A rare matching pair in very good to excellent condition.
Shoulder Boards of a Captain, 2nd cl., Russian Imperial Navy, circa 1910s. Six-sided type for wearing on a service jacket or tunic. A rare matching pair in very good condition.
M 1907 NCO or officer cadet (Yunker) hat badge.
M 1907 army enlisted man hat badge, 40 mm. Variation with vertically oriented prongs. In excellent condition.
M 1907 army enlisted man hat badge, 29 mm version. Features smaller overall size and less domed form than other variations. Well-made piece in excellent condition.
Hat badge of State Militia Units, Reign of Alexander III, Type 2, 1890- 1895. In very fine to excellent condition. Includes three original attachment loops.
Hat badge of State Militia Units for Non-Christians, Reign of Nicholas II, 1895- 1917. A very attractive and relatively uncommon piece with perfectly preserved details and three out of four original prongs still intact.
Kursk-Kharkov-Sevastopol Railroad ("Курско-Харьковско- Севастопольская железная дорога"), Imperial Russian railwayman's cap badge, worn by officials and trainmen in of the railroad network connecting key cities of eastern Ukraine and southern Russia. The railroad was gradually extended, merged with another railroad line and in 1907 was renamed Southern Railroad. The hat badge with Kursk-Kharkov-Sevastopol name was used for only a short time from 1896 - 1907, and it is therefore quite scarce. The attachment loops are broken, otherwise in excellent condition.
Lot of Two Brass Buttons for Army Officer's Shoulder Boards or Epaulettes, matching pair in good condition, circa early 1900s - 1917 (WW1 era).
Large size gold button for army officer greatcoat or a cape, 1860s through 1917.
Cuff button for a tunic of an attorney, prosecutor or Justice Department officer Excellent condition & quality.
Buckle for Russian Imperial enlisted Combat Engineers, in white Melchior alloy, showing Romanov eagle and crossed axes. Circa early 1900s-1917. A scarce piece in very good condition.
Rifle ammunition pouch for the field, in khaki canvas, dated 1915. A remarkable survivor of the Great War and probably the Russian Civil War, too. Many inventory markings.