WW1 German unit abbreviations. Hand-written abbreviations of various units commonly found on the backside of photos are in fact an invaluable source of information for identification purposes. These inscriptions made nearly a century ago and sometimes representing hardly recognizable numerals and digits either in half-erased pencil or faded ink. Thank you for replies. Well ; these marks applied to a gew98 or a kar98a during the great war simply denote which regional depot did repair and or salvage work on that rifle. These are commonly encountered as the rate of wear and tear and the german penchant for salvage of damaged arms was very great indeed A compendium of British and German regimental markings. description Object description. Pbk. Show more. Object details Category Books Creator HUGHES, GORDON (Author) FOX, CHRIS (Author) The authors (Publisher) Production date 1975 Place made Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK Dimensions
The markings mean Infantry Regiment 419, 3rd Company, weapon 12. If all the numbers of the Luger are matching, then you have an unusual one. VERY few 1918 Lugers will be found with regimental markings German World War I helmets. Between 1916 and 1918 the Germans produced three types of helmets. They are known today by collectors as the M16, M18, and M18 cut-out. M16 shells are often called M17s. The M17 designation is actually referring to the liner, not the shell. In 1917 the Germans changed from using a liner band made from leather to steel The Organization of the German Army, August 1914. The German Army of 1914 went to war armed with the reputation of more than 60 years of victorious campaigns from the 19th and early 20th Century. Some regiments could trace a continuous line of existence back to the 17th Century, like the Royal Saxon Field Artillery Regt. Nr. 12, founded in 1620. Help with regimental markings on German ww1 bayonet. In Edged weapons 07-28-2015, 08:23 PM. Need Help! ID British Regimental Markings. In Edged weapons 12-30-2014, 02:35 PM. British spoon with regimental markings. In Equipment and Field gear 06-02-2014, 02:04 PM
Regimental Marking [Revised Edition]by Jeff Noll, P.O. Box 7184, Ventura, CA 93006, USA.) Knowing that, and having the history of the German military and police units, one can sometimes derive some information about where such materiel have been (e.g., which battles i WWI German Pickelhaube Cover Stencils Stencil templates that can be used on World War One German Pickelhaube covers. These can be used to mark a boring Pickelhaube cover into a Regimental unit identified cover. Use Red paint for pre war and 1914 and green paint for 1915 War-time unit stamps do not always follow the pre-war regulations. The series of II.13.5.xxx markings found on S14 type I bayonets was attributed in the book to - 2. Ersatz Batallion 13. Infantry Regiment but is more likely to be - 2. Armeekorps, 13th Landsturm Infantry Batallion Stetin. F.M.G.A.12.8
Refurbished German 98/05 used by initial units on formation of Czech republic in 1918 . E Lion 23 markings on 98/05 . Czech marked 98/05 with Czech lion, bayonet has been refurbished and blued before issue: Czech marked 98/05 with Czech lion and regimental marks (courtesy Adam Lubas) UPDATED 18/08/0 Markings Inside the Holster Flap. Holster Markings Description The P08 holster was signed in pencil with a rank (Ltn), name (Barfels) and unit (IR 146) on the inside cover of the P08 holster top flap. It also was stamped in black ink, under the top flap BA XI indicating the holster was a German army issued holster
6 viewed per hour. Pre WWI Imperial German Army Cartridge Box 1888 Regiment Markings. Item Information. Condition: Used. Price: US $95.00. +$15.50 shipping. Pre WWI Imperial German Army Cartridge Box 1888 Regiment Markings Need help with German Bayonet markings/stamps. Article about: Hey guys I have a bayonet and wanted some info on markings etc. I have been looking at some information and gathered that it is a German M1898/05 butcher blade bayonet from 1916. On the back. 04-12-2016, 02:02 PM #1. AusA380
Very hard to find book. During WWI, Totenkopf insignia was used by a number of German units such as the Black Hussars, Black Brunswickers, and the 21st Battalion of the Chasseurs. The book has four important parts. On June 30, 1934 Adolf Hitler, as German Chancellor, authorized the execution of Ernest Rohm along with all other high ranking individuals he felt were a threat to his leadership. (The large majority of reproduction regimental steins are made of porcelain with a lithophane in the base.) Generally no markings except for occasional mold numbers. If marked, the most common producers are Merkelbach & Wick and Paul Klutsch, Coblenz. Porcelain steins are similarly unlikely to be marked
A standard Bavarian line infantry helmet, 1895 model, in rough condition. In 1886, Bavaria adopted the Pickelhaube, the last German State to do so. The kokade on the right side is the German Reich kokade. Black, white, red, were the national colors of Germany. The kokade on the left is the Bavarian Land kokarde . Metal Trim The front plate (Helnzier) is the most important element of the spiked helmet. Troops of the different German States were able to show regional patriotism with their own heraldic crest
. The basic rifle at the outbreak of the Great War 1914 was Mauser M1898. It was important for the Military to have equal length of rifle including bayonet as the main enemy - the French. The result was a long slender bayonet M1898 This is a List of Imperial German infantry regiments1 before and during World War I. In peacetime, the Imperial German Army included 217 regiments of infantry (plus the instruction unit, Lehr Infantry Battalion). Some of these regiments had a history stretching back to the 17th Century but others were only formed as late as October 1912.2 1 Pre-War 2 Mobilisation 3 See also 4 References 5. It then and then saw long service, as indicated by the large number of different markings on the gun. It still retains the original German Regimental Markings on the middle barrel band: 27. R.R. 99. This indicates use by the 27th (2nd Magdeburg) Infantry Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia Infantry Regiment, Weapon 99
imperial german unit markings. 23 de enero, 2021 . Comunicación Social. These stencils allow you to stencil German regimental markings onto your Pickelhaube cover. The stencils are made of acrylic and are reusable several times. The font is accuarate for the period and in dimentions. 'L' was worn for the Landwear & Landsturm units and 'R' for Reserve units. Red paint was used for pre & early WW1 and Green for. WWI German Pickelhaube Cover Stencils. Stencil templates that can be used on World War One German Pickelhaube covers. These can be used to mark a boring Pickelhaube cover into a Regimental unit identified cover. Use Red paint for pre war and 1914 and green paint for 1915. Any acrylic or fabric paints can be used Stamps on the Metal parts 'II.Q' or 'II' after the serial = 2nd Quality product/parts, found on Chilean Export M1886 and M1888 Mannlichers 'A' in circle = Post-WW1 Austrian Army property mark - On Frommer Stop, on bayonet G-2077 WWI German record folder for a member of the 60TH Artillery Regiment. $55 G-2076 WWI German Corduroy canteen cover, bottle and leather strap. 2 damaged straps. $115 G-2075 WWI German Gas Mask and Can. Shoulder strap has been broken and ties
The most commonly seen factory markings on bayonets of the Imperial German era are those of the Royal Prussian Army works at Erfurt in Prussian Thuringia. The Royal Prussian armoury had been established at Erfurt in 1862. Their marking had the Royal Prussian crown above the word Erfurt. Simson and Company This is a List of Imperial German artillery regiments before and during World War I.In peacetime, the Imperial German Army included 100 regiments of Field artillery (plus the Lehr instruction unit) and 24 regiments of Foot artillery (plus another Lehr instruction unit) who manned the heavier pieces. Some of these regiments had a history stretching back to the 17th Century but others were only.
This helmet was procured from an American WWI veteran's estate in the 1960s . The Freikorps. After the fall of the Kaiserreich in 1918 it wasn't long before German helmets with new insignia were being used. Between 1919 and 1920 paramilitary units known as the Freikorps battled communists in the streets of Germany, Latvia and Poland Markings On Hungarian Austrian Weapons Austro-Hungarian Unit Marks: Sample: 5.LR.258 Explanation: The first number designates the Unit Number, 5 means 5th. Bismarck left his loved ones to cross over the Rainbow Bridge on 16 August 2007. The letters in the middle are Unit Name abbreviations, LR means They are listed below and consist of Head Quarters, Army Corps, Division, Regiment, and. Store > WW1 Helmet & Hat Accessories > WW1 German Pickelhaube Felt Numerals: Prior to and during World War One, the German Imperial Army marked their Pickelhaube camouflage covers with Regimental numbers. These were either sewn or stencilled. These 'iron on' felt numbers allow you to mark German regimental markings onto your Pickelhaube cover A SUPERB GERMAN (PRUSSIAN) 'INFANTERIE-SEITENGEWEHR M.1871 BAYONET & TYPE II SCABBARD MANUFACTURED BY F.A. HERMES - SOLINGENIN 1876 AND UNIT MARKED TO KÖNIGLICH PREUßISCHEN RESERVE-INFANTERIE REGIMENTS NR. 46.. This bayonet, which is in superb original condition, was produced by the highly regarded Sg 71 manufacturers; F.A. HERMES SOLINGEN and is unit marked to a famous West Prussian.
Regimental Markings X X BR-106 British & Commonwealth WWII Pacfic & CBI Markings X X BR-107 British Type A, A1 and B roundals. X X X BR-108 British WWII Armor Unit German WWI aircraft markings X X GR-118 German WWII Me-109 / Fw 190 insignia X X X GR-119 German WWII Ju-87 / Hs-120 insignia X X X IS-100 Israeli aircraft insignia X X X X X Wwi Imperial German Cartridge Box 1888 Date Regiment Markings Ww1. $35.00, WW2 German Army issue Model 1934 Fur backpack with shoulder straps. Scan the bayonet guide table for the nearest blade length. Please have a look at my other military photograph and ephemera items as I'm happy to
G006385 IMPERIAL GERMAN DESK PHONE. G010182 COMMEMORATIVE WWI 21st Infantry Regiment BEER STEIN. G005577 PRUSSIAN TRENCH ART BELT BUCKLE LIGHTER. G003485 INFANTRY GARDE COMMEMORATIVE CANTEEN/FLASK. G000684 IMPERIAL GERMAN CIGARETTE CASE WITH LEATHER HOLDER. G003385 TRENCH ART ASH TRAY . I recently bought a French yatagan bayonet from a local cafe that also sells antiques on the side. The bayonet came with a scabbard of matching serial number and the inscription on the spine reads Mre Impale de St Etienne Août 1868 placing it before the. WW1 1898 98/05 Butchers Blade. Earlier models of the German 98/05 (1905-1914) bayonet had issues with the the Karabiner 98 rifle mussel blast. The shorter barrel caused the wooden hand grips of the 98/05 bayonet to burn and potentially damaged them. To remedy this situation, in 1915, the newer 98/05's were issued with flash guards The rifle then saw long service, as indicated by the large number of different markings on the gun, and the mis-matched serial numbers. It still retains the original German Regimental Markings on the side of the receiver: 155. R. 11. 93., which would be for the 155th (7th West Prussian) Infantry Regiment, 11th Company 93rd man. This regiment.
Scabbard With Regiment Marks 'RAT.1.194'. Sn 16410 - 16410 An original Imperial German M1871 bayonet for the 1871/84 Mauser Rifle by Alex Coppel Solingen, and scabbard both with Regimental markings (see page 116 of The Bayonet Book by John Watts and Peter White). The bayonet has a brass hilt, smooth on one side and grooved panel on the reverse Imperial German M1871 Prussian infantry bayonet and leather scabbard in good used condition.The bayonet is maker marked for Gebr Weyersberg Solingen and has the Imperial issued mark showing on the pommel and also a regimental mark on the cross guard 155.R.1.162 and a issue mark on the top edge of the blade for 1874.The blade of the bayonet shows age related wear with a edge having been added. Belgium 1889 Artillery carbine (7.65) In 1889 Belgium adopted the 1889 Mauser rifle in 7.65cal, based on the earlier 1891 Argentine Mauser it utilized a barrel jacket similiar to the 1888 Gew rifle of Germany. The Mdl1889 was the standard Belgian rifle at the start of WW1. They were mfg in Belgium, England, by Birmingham & in the US by Hopkins.
WWI German Military Schnapps Flask, outstanding piece with fun elements you would hope to find in a military flask, has regimental markings, crossed rifles, swords and more! Back spring is open with German WW1, 1915 Dated Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser 'Butcher Knife' Bayonet By V.C. Schilling Suhl Complete With Steel Scabbard. BAYO 542 - BAYO 542 This is a German WW1, 1915 dated Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser 'Butcher Knife' bayonet by V.C. SCHILLING SUHL. The ricasso is stamped V.C. SCHILLING SUHL and the top of the blade is stamped W15 (1915 date. Marked 9 U 4 152 to the inside of the guard (9th Uhlan Regiment, Troop 4, weapon 152) and 9 U 5 61, so a later marriage but for the same regiment. The Prussian 9th Uhlan started WW1 on the Western Front but then were sent to the Russian Front where the fighting was much more fluid and where cavalry were still used as cavalry The large 'shell badge' on the shoulder board, is similar to the WW1 German Flak shoulder board, that had a flaming artillery shell with wings. This particular photograph dates from after 1916, as the jacket type was used from 1915 onward, and the officer's buckle was used from 1916
1.J.P.1.20 [Königs-Jäger zu Pherde Regiment] or The 1st King's Mounted Rifles were a light cavalry regiment of the Royal Prussian Army from 1901 to 1918. When the Imperial German Army was reorganized as the Reichsheer, A Squadron/10th Horse became bearer of the regiment's tradition Mar 1, 2021 - Photos and information about the Guard and Line Infantry regiments of the Imperial German Army from the Napoleonic Period through World War I. See more ideas about german army, infantry, world war i The P.08 is the pistol carried by German troops during World War I and II and is perhaps the most associated with those events. It is one of the most iconic pistols in history. This pistol features the marking 103.R.M.G.52. meaning 103rd Infantry Regiment (possibly Reserve Infantry Regiment) Maschinengewehr (machine gun [company]) with an. WW1 Erfurt 9MM German Luger. Description: Unit identified Very good condition WWI German Luger in 9mm that is Machine Gun unit marked 180 R.M.G.39. on the inner grip strap. Also has what appears to be soldiers initials. This is a scarce and desirable marking From the 180th Regiment, Machine Gun Company, Weapon #39
During WW1 the Ottoman Imperial Army, used a wide selection of touring cars, of various makes as staff officer's cars. Any of these could have added a bracket mount to hold a machine-gun in place. As well as, mount a heavy-calibre maxim gun and tripod stand in the rear tray if the vehicle had one of these . The Triple Entente was the name given to the alliance (partnership) between Russia, France, and Britain, during World War I. These countries were also known as the Allies, and were fighting against Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Turkish Ottoman Empire. In Western Europe, Belgium supported Britain and France in the. WW1 German Brass Scabbard Part Butcher Bayo with Regimental Markings. C $62.78 + C $12.55 shipping. Seller 100% positive. Authentic Revolutionary War Era Pair Bone Dice With Faint Marks & Red Paint 1/4.
Slip-on Pattern Prussian Major Shoulder Boards - German Made. These are the remaining high quality German made slip-on Field Grade Schulterklappen in our inventory, so supply is limited. Once they are gone they are gone. Prussian markings Silver Braid. Commonly worn with the M 1907/10 and later model Feldblusen.. Product Information. Deactivated WWI German Luger with Regimental Markings. A really lovely example with original issued matching magazine and matching wooden grips (numbers stamped inside on the grips match the pistol). Dated 1916 and manufactured by DWM. It also has the German machine gun regiment it was issued to for the first world war . a fokker dvii in his markings graces the collection of the national museum of the united states air force rudolf star
Recognition markings for German armored vehicles. Battalion and regimental headquarters used a variety of markings. Regimental staff tanks, especially early in the war, replaced the first digit with a capital letter R, e.g., R01, R02, and R03. Roman numerals were similarly used to identify the battalion headquarters tanks 1900-1918: Luger Unit Markings Unit histories, in action photographs, and related accessorie Set of 2 Hindenburg Crosses. Here we have 2 Honor Crosses of the World War 1914/1918 (Das Ehrenkreuz des Weltkriegs 1914/1918). One with Swords, (for combattants) and the other without, (Non-combattants). The cross was awarded to all veterans who where participants of WWI. The last one was awarded in 1944 G-2079 WWI German Soldiers Leave Bag. Depot markings are almost gone but still there. Very rare!! $100 G-2077 WWI German record folder for a member of the 60TH Artillery Regiment. $55 : G-2076 WWI German Corduroy canteen cover, bottle and leather strap. 2 damaged straps. $115 G-2074 Scarce German Jaeger shako helmet plate..