An original and very rare Budenovka in excellent collector's condition. Minor damage to the cloth from moths does not affect the collector's value of the item in any way. The order of the Revolutionary Military Council of the USSR dated August 2, 1926 No. 415 canceled the cloth five-pointed star sewn on the helmet, and therefore the Red Army metal badge should be attached directly to the helmet cap, 7 cm from the visor. In October of the same year , the cloth stars were restored (the subsequent order of the Revolutionary Military Council of the USSR dated September 3, 1927 No. 474 finally returned the cloth star to the winter helmet). On the presented budenovka, a dark green star is sewn in an original way, a brass model of 1922 was installed by us (the star itself is original, the paint was applied by us and aged). Beautiful manufacturer's stamp. Size 57-58. It was produced until 1931. Guarantee of authenticity.
In 1927, a new winter cloth helmet was introduced (its style changed slightly compared to the helmet of the 1922 model, incorporating some of the innovations of 1925-1926 introduced during the modification of the helmet of the 1922 model), while its color remained the same — dark gray (and the diameter of the base circle of the sewn star was now 8 cm). In 1931, new changes were made to the helmet design: the helmet cap began to be sewn not from six wedges, but from four; in addition, extensions from a cotton gray bike were introduced on the back of the head. The back of the head, which was available on Budenovka at low temperatures, could be lowered and fastened with two buttons under the chin, covering the ears and neck. Since November 1932, the back of the head was supposed to be lowered only at temperatures from -6 ° C and below.
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