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Button regimental lower ranks of the RIA with the number "2"

8 $
Marking:
53404
Country:
Russian Empire
Period:
mid-nineteenth century.
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8 $
Marking:53404
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 good, slight wash of relief. Guarantee of authenticity.

background: Buttons with the rooms, and also an alphanumeric images were entered in the units of the Russian army in December 1829. Until failed to detect any other information about the specific differences of buttons with the same numbers belonging to different parts of the army. Graphic figures (with the tail, without tail, straight, under tilt and other…) not whether you can use for attribution, as some differences could make the manufacturers of buttons. In addition, during the period of use of buttons with the rooms have repeatedly changed the numbering of the parts that even more confusing to the process definition. In June 1862, probably in the links high (more than in 2 times) increase in the number of army regiments, rooms and characters the buttons were abolished and on the uniforms were sewed smooth buttons without the figure. The button could wear the lower ranks of the following regiments and units RIA:



    • from 1829 to 1833 — 2nd jäger regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 — 2nd Marine regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 — Chernihiv horse-jäger regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 — Barclay de Tolly (b. 2)

    • from 1829 to 1833 — Siberian cavalry regiment

    • from 1829 to 1833 — Alveoplasty hussar regiment

    • from 1829 to 1856 — Kargapolsky Dragoon regiment

    • 1829 — 2nd Caucasian Linear battalion

    • 1829 — 2nd Orenburg Line battalion

    • 1829 — 2nd Siberian Linear battalion

    • 1833 1846 — Sofia Marine regiment

    • 1833 1856 — (Koporye) Jaeger Its Royal Highness Prince albert of Saxony regiment

    • 1833 1856 — Kurland cavalry regiment

    • 1833 1856 — Klatecki hussar regiment

    • 1835  — 2nd company of the corps of surveyors

    • 1846 1856 — Sofia infantry regiment

    • from 1856 to 1862 — Sofia infantry regiment

    • 1856 April Oct — Novorossiysk Dragoon regiment

    • October 1856 1860 — Elisavetgrad Dragoon regiment

    • from 1860 to 1862 — Life-Pskov (Her Majesty's) Dragoon regiment

Condition

It is in excellent condition, slight abrasion of the relief.

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 — 2nd Chasseurs regiment





    • from 1829 to 1833 — 2nd Marine regiment





    • from 1829 to 1833 — Chernihiv mounted chasseur regiment





    • from 1829 to 1833 — Barclay de Tolly (b. 2nd)





    • from 1829 to 1833 — Siberian Uhlan regiment





    • from 1829 to 1833 — the Olviopolsky hussars





    • from 1829 to 1856 — Kargapolskoy Dragoons





    • since 1829 — the 2 nd of the Caucasian Linear battalion





    • from 1829 — 2nd Orenburg line battalion





    • since 1829 — the 2nd Siberian Linear battalion





    • from 1833 to 1846 — Sophia Marine regiment





    • from 1833 to 1856 — (Koporsky) chasseur of His Royal Highness Prince albert of Saxony regiment





    • from 1833 to 1856 — Courland Uhlan regiment





    • from 1833 to 1856 — at Klyastitsy hussar regiment





    • from 1835 — 2nd company of the corps of topographers





    • from 1846 to 1856 — the Sofia infantry regiment





    • from 1856 to 1862 — the Sofia infantry regiment





    • 1856 from April to October — Novorossiysk Dragoon regiment





    • from October 1856 to 1860 — Elisavetgrad regiment of Dragoons





    • from 1860 to 1862 — the Life-Pskov (Her Majesty's) Dragoons


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