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    Militaria of the Principality and Kingdom of Serbia, Principality and Kingdom of Montenegro, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Uniforms and in particular shoulder boards - pogoni of the Imperial Russia. Author of the several books on the subject including one for Osprey Men-At-Arms and variety of articles in France (Militaria Magazine, Gezette des Uniformes, Ligne de Front), Russia (Zeughaus), Germany (Militar Zeitschrift), Serbia, Slovenia....

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  1. Those are official samples of "battle dress" pogoni WW1 era 11th Fanagorski Grenadier Regiment, Imperial Russian militaria in full splendour
  2. Or to be more precise, on furlough. Frankly speaking, I was expecting that someone else will pick it up and continue. This time something extremely rare, shoulder board of the Royal Yugoslav 16th Infantry Regiment of the Russian Emperor Nicholas II. Regiment was named after Emperor in 1911, after Serbian Princess Helena got married to Duke of the royal blood Ioan Konstantinovich Romanov, and cipher was introduced in 1937.
  3. Two pogoni of the Personal Konvoy Cossacks of HM The Emperor, belonged to Nicholas II
  4. There is no Captain in hussars, equivalent rank is called Rotmistr. Shtabs Rotmistr of 12th Hussars is on the picture and Rotmistr (full captain) would be with no pips (stars).
  5. 9th Kievski (of the Edward VII of England) and 12th Akhtirski Hussars
  6. 17.500 GBP for this pair at Christie's !!! https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/a-pair-of-general-shoulder-boards-of-5091321-details.aspx
  7. 8th Astrakhan Dragoon Regiment, double cipher of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich and Emperor Nicholas II
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