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And some type 1915.

First affectation in Reserve JR 83 and then Reserve JR 1 :

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A rare 1915 with engraving in relief (Ersatz Bataillon JR 75) :

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Leutnant Zirkelbach, Kaiser Bayer 6 Feld Artillerie Regiment :

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Minen,

Just a small correction. I think the "k." = königliches.

Chip

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Another beautiful 1915 with engraving in relief (2 Ersatz Abteilung Bayer 8 FAR, Ersatz Batterie :

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To be continued (but I can't show all my dog tags !).

Best regards,

Stephan

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Minen,

Just a small correction. I think the "k." = königliches.

Chip

Of course it's "Königliches". I wrote too quickly :blush:

Thanks for correction.

Stephan

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Stephan,

thank you for participating in this thread by posting your excellent specimens.

Regards, Hardy :cheers:

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Leutnant der Reserve Mavors, 4 Batterie FAR 66 :

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I believe it to read 4.b(adisches) FAR66

I have the regimental history- I will try to locate the Lt.d.R

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ID: 34   Posted (edited)

I believe it to read 4.b(adisches) FAR66

I have the regimental history- I will try to locate the Lt.d.R

I found him :jumping:

Lt.d.R Mavors is from August 1914 until March 1915 with 6. Batterie, 4.bad. Feldart.-Rgt.66 - after that he is no longer with the Regiment.

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I believe it to read 4.b(adisches) FAR66

Yes, you're right, I'm tired tonight :D

I found him :jumping:

Lt.d.R Mavors is from August 1914 until March 1915 with 6. Batterie, 4.bad. Feldart.-Rgt.66 - after that he is no longer with the Regiment.

Many thanks for this information :beer:

Stephan

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Hi Stephan, I have some more of such :love: ID tags. :D

Hi Chip, I have looked into all my "Ranglisten", from 1890, 1897, 1901, 1910, 1913 and 1914-1918, no hit for Winkelsträter.

Uwe

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Thanks to all for posting these examples very interesting, do these come up for sale

very often and what sort of price are they

Regards

Mametz

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ID: 40   Posted (edited)

Here is a staff officer's tag from a member of a well known military family. "Normann Treusch von Buttlar Brandenfels, Hauptmann im Generalstabe".

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The next one, where I don't know, for what A.M.C. is:

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Uwe

Nice !

I think it's for "3te Artillerie Munitionkolonne" (with a "C" instead of "K" ???) or "3te Companie des Artillerie Munitionkolonne".

Stephan

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I don't think this, because there is no Artillerei-Munitions-Kolonne in a Regiment.

And a Kolonne is definitely in that time Kolonne, and not Colonne.

My next one, Landsturm:

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Uwe

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Hi all,

Here are some 1916 type.

Ersatz Pionier Bataillon 27 and then Minenwerfer Kompanie 52 :

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ID: 44   Posted (edited)

Hi all,

Leichte Munition Kolone 1332 :

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Edited by Minen

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Reserve Lazarett 2 Oschatz (Saxony) and then Ulanen Regiment 17 (1 Ersatz Eskadron) :

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Königin Elisabeth Garde Grenadier Regiment 3 (stamp : K.E.G.G.R.3., Ersatz Bataillon) and then JR 443 :

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ID: 49   Posted (edited)

Following dog tags are not so nice but stampings are interresting.

Bayer 13 JR with stamping in relief (rare on type 1916) :

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Edited by Minen

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