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Oko, Mollo book is fine, but here is more serious refference on Russian pogoni by another world expert Gerard Gorokhoff, printed in one of few English edittions of the excellent French Militaria magaz

The rest of both articles is on other elements of the uniform, not on the shoulder boards in particular. However, there are some Russian books (in Russian of course) with very detailed schemes (no pic

From the Russian book "Five Centuries of the Russian Military Uniform" peaked caps and shoulder bords of the regiments from the 9th Infantry Division (33rd Eleckii and 34th Sevskii IR form 1st Brigad

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The other lot on the current auction also has unpleasant nature: shoulder-boards pair of sub-ensign (podpraporshik) of the 48th Infantry Odesski Rgt of the Emperor Alexander I is undoubtedly a modern build-up using a set of probably original insignia and original lace stripes.

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85i Pehotni Viborgski Vilgeljma II Polk, Colonel overcoat style

 

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The Viborg regiment has as colonel the German Kaiser ? The Narva Regiment too if I am not wrong , and the last one fought in Tannenberg.

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All Cossack units had silver lace, however there were two shades of blue. Light blue (svetlo-sinie) was designated for Tersky Cossacks and dove - blue (golubie) was designated for Orenburg Cossacks. I have checked Tersky Cossacks had 152nd regiment ( 152-й Терский казачий полк ).

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