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Pre-1897 Ulan possable Brandenburg Ulanen Reg. Nr. 3 help on unit from Chip M can anybody help with what looks like a badge on the left of his tunic appears to have some sort of cord or braid attached to it thanks Mark

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Kaiser Alexander III NCO with picklewink, EKI, vaulted, EKII and Wurttemberg Bravery Medal in Gold (plated). Walking out dress. I have the parade Rabat, riding breeches and Schrimmutze. Quartermaster stamp for the 4th Squadron.

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Thanks for the comments. I shall post a few more photos later of it's other items. I could have purchased his boots but I didn't, I should have, I still can, I guess I will. His tschapkas was not available unfortunately.

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This is my Ulanka of an Lt from UR 11, who later was transfered to flying service.

Regards

Alex

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Closeups of my Alexander III. Perhaps someone can decipher the name above the 4th Squadron stamp, if it is a name.

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Hello:

post # 37 : not a name but the usual note on unit stamp on clothing or equipment :from unit store room "Geprueft" or checked.

Beautiful!

Bernhard H.Holst

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Hello:

post # 37 : not a name but the usual note on unit stamp on clothing or equipment :from unit store room "Geprueft" or checked.

Beautiful!

Bernhard H.Holst

Thanks Bernhard........................ :beer:

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Closeups of my Alexander III. Perhaps someone can decipher the name above the 4th Squadron stamp, if it is a name.

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Being retired, bored and the house void of any of my many lady friends that stop by, I once again surfed the net and BINGO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Original framed print

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Nice...I really like the Saxon example. I recently found a field grey model 1910 but it was wayyyyyyyyyy out of my price allowance.

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Sorry for the quality of the photos, trying to keep reflections out is hard and still have enough light.

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Print was made in 1900.

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Sorry for the quality of the photos, trying to keep reflections out is hard and still have enough light.

Print was made in 1900.

Did the medal bar and EK1 come with the tunic?

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No, it came with three loops that would take two/three medals, I decided on those two. I wanted a bar with medals awarded early in the war since these pre-1910 uniforms were still worn for dress for a couple of years into the war. It also came with the two loops for the EKI. The Rabat also has three loops sewn on that too, in red thread. The Uhlans were known to wear their medals on the wearers right side.

Ed

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