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Button regimental lower ranks of the RIA with the number "8"

3 $
Marking:
58684
Country:
Russian Empire
Period:
mid-nineteenth century.
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3 $
Marking:58684
Country:Russian Empire
Dating:mid-nineteenth century.
The original.
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Description

the Russian Empire, the middle of the XIX century Bronze stamping. Safety is satisfactory. The ear is missing. Guarantee of authenticity.

Historical note: Buttons with numbers and alphanumeric images were entered in units of the Russian army in December 1829. Have not been able to find any information about the specific differences of buttons with the same numbers belonging to different parts of the army. Graphic figures (with a tail, no tail, straight, angled, etc…) can hardly be used for attribution, as some differences could make the manufacturers of buttons. In addition, during the period of use of buttons with numbers repeatedly changed the numbering of parts, which further complicate the identification process. In June 1862, likely due to significant (more than 2-fold) increase in the number of army regiments, numbers and letters on the buttons were abolished and the uniforms were sewed smooth buttons without a pattern. The button could wear the lower ranks of the following regiments and divisions RIA:



    • from 1829 to 1833 - 8th jäger regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 - Estland infantry regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 - Tiraspol horse-jäger regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 - high cavalry regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 - Irkutsk hussar regiment

    • from 1829 to 1834 - Finnish Dragoon regiment

    • 1829 - 8th Caucasian Linear battalion

    • 1829 - 8th Orenburg Line battalion

    • 1829 - 8th Siberian Linear battalion

    • from 1833 to 1836 - Siberian cavalry regiment

    • from 1833 to 1835 - Ingermanland hussars

    • from 1833 to 1856 - Ladoga jäger regiment

    • from 1833 to 1856 - Olonets infantry regiment

    • from 1834 to 1856 - Tver Dragoon regiment

    • 1835 - the 8th company of the Corps of surveyors

    • from 1835 to 1862 - Alveoplasty cavalry regiment

    • from 1835 to 1856 - Izum ERC. Duke Ferdinand hussars

    • from 1856 to 1862 - Lubensky hussar regiment

    • from 1856 to 1862 - Estland infantry regiment

    • 1856 from April to October - Tver Dragoon regiment

    • October 1856 to 1860 - Novoarkhanhelskyi Dragoon regiment

    • from 1860 to 1862 - Astrakhan (Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich) Dragoon regiment

Condition

The safety is satisfactory.

History

Buttons with numbers and alphanumeric images were entered in units in the Russian army in December 1829. Not yet managed to find any information about the specific differences of buttons with the same numbers belonging to different parts of the army. Graphic figures (with tail, no tail, straight, tilted, etc...) can hardly be used for attribution, as some differences could make the manufacturers of buttons. In addition, during the period of use of buttons with numbers was repeatedly changed the numbering of parts, which further confuses the identification process. In June 1862, most likely due to significant (more than 2 times) increase in the number of army regiments, numbers and letters on the buttons were abolished and the uniforms were sewed smooth buttons without a pattern. The button could wear the lower ranks of the following regiments and units of the RIA:



  • from 1829 to 1833 — the 8th regiment of Chasseurs

  • from 1829 to 1833 — Estland infantry regiment

  • from 1829 to 1833 — Tiraspol horse-jäger regiment

  • from 1829 to 1833 — Serpukhov lancers

  • from 1829 to 1833 — the Irkutsk hussar regiment

  • from 1829 to 1834 — Finnish Dragoon regiment

  • from 1829, the 8th of the Caucasian Linear battalion

  • from 1829, the 8th of the Orenburg line battalion

  • from 1829 — 8 of the Siberian Linear battalion

  • from 1833 to 1836 — Siberian Uhlan regiment

  • from 1833 to 1835 — Ingermanland hussar regiment

  • from 1833 to 1856 — Ladoga jäger regiment

  • from 1833 to 1856 — Olonets infantry regiment

  • from 1834 to 1856 — Tver Dragoon regiment

  • from 1835 — the 8th company of the corps of topographers

  • from 1835 to 1862 — the Olviopolsky lancers

  • from 1835 to 1856 — Izyum ertz. Duke Ferdinand hussar regiment

  • from 1856 to 1862 — the Lubny hussar regiment

  • from 1856 to 1862 — Estland infantry regiment

  • 1856 from April to October — Tver Dragoon regiment

  • from October 1856 to 1860 — Novoarkhanhelskyi Dragoons

  • from 1860 to 1862 - Astrakhan (Grand Duke Nikolay Nikolayevich) Dragoons

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