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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by b.loree » Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:19 pm

Well perhaps one of our members can provide the definitive answer. I have no knowledge of their organization, I have seen a couple of their "boards" when visiting Tony.
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by joerookery » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:50 am

Need some help here. I am in my condo and away from my files. It has been suggested that this might be 61 Landsturm Bn Strasburg. Could somebody with Busche please take a look at this?
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by kaiser » Mon Nov 14, 2016 6:08 pm

I do not think is is landsturm
If it were it schould be marked as
Ldst.
LST.R.
the marking that i have found that is written the same way of in the helmet is
St.S.B. but it has nothing to do with the helmet because it means =stamm seebatallion
Have been looking in a other book of mine
I have found another marking that is quite similar St=strafanstalten

It is just a bit guessing if I am fully corect i leave that in the middle

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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by b.loree » Wed Nov 16, 2016 8:32 pm

Thanks Jonas, can you translate to English...stamm seebattalion and strafanstalten?? If not then perhaps another member......?
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by kaiser » Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:46 am

Oops forgot to translate it

Strafanstalten means penal institution or jail
Stamm seebataillon means in witch harbor or place the batallion was rased

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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by pickelhauben » Fri Jun 08, 2018 8:28 am

Hey Guys,

I got in a salty Arty with rounded chinscales with NCO cocardes . It has the standard non removable spike and NO NCO PEARLS .

It has markings that I would like to find out what Regiment it is from.

It looks like-211 3rB with a 12 or 42 and the date 1903.

The marking are sharp but hard to make out if that makes since .

Thanks for any info.

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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by b.loree » Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:54 pm

Ok, with those convex chin scales, we are talking Feld Artillery. However, you state that it has a spike, which is it kugel or spike? 3rB I feel means 3rd Battery. The year 1903 tells us this was a pe war helmet, so I would look at the prewar list of Feld Arty Regts and see which matches the other markings on this helmet. The spine should also be non vented.
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by pickelhauben » Fri Jun 08, 2018 5:32 pm

Sorry Kugel not spike and the spine is NOT vented.

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Post by joerookery » Sat Jun 09, 2018 6:47 am

Pictures?
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by SkipperJohn » Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:21 pm

This stamp is from a Model 1857/60:

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"MFR 36"; Füsilier-Regiment. General-Feldmarschall Graf Blumenthal (1.Magdeburgisches) Nr.36
(Halle, Bernburg) IV Armee Korps. This Regiment was formed on 13 December 1815.

The stamp is hard pressed into the dome of the shell.

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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by festwagner » Tue Jan 01, 2019 9:56 am

St could be for Stab ?

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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by joerookery » Fri Apr 05, 2019 8:53 am

In the world of old things, Amy asked a question which is worth answering especially for the newer members. We have a set of markings on a list that is spread out over three websites. Yes, I could probably do a lot better. These markings came from members who gave authorization to post them over the years. Believe it or not, this was initially posted in 2007! It had been added on to many times since then. The list is pretty long. It is free. I have a bunch of marks that I have not yet posted but I will get around to it eventually. Maybe I will even change the dates! You never know what I'm going to do. But here are the three websites for the lists:


http://pickelhauben.net/spiked-helmet-maker-marks/
http://pickelhauben.net/kammerstempel-infantry/
http://pickelhauben.net/kammerstempel-non-infantry/
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by joerookery » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:27 pm

What does the abbreviation Ausb. stand for?
Ldst.-I.-Ausb.-Btl. Mönchen-Gladbach (VIII. 41)
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by Lars13 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:29 pm

Hi Joe,
Ausbildung, translates roughly as "training"
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Re: Pickelhauben Regimental Markings

Post by joerookery » Thu Jul 11, 2019 4:23 pm

Thank you Lars.
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