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PRUSSIA – CASED DISPLAY – JÄGER zu PFERDE TIN SOLDIERS

SKU: 10-749

$695.00

Tin soldiers were very popular among Imperial German Period children. Today we are offering an amazing group of tin soldiers from the 1890 to 1914 period. They come in a special glass case in which they are handsomely displayed. The soldiers are from the Regiment Königsjäger zu Pferde Nr 1. (Their name is displayed at the case’s front on a small plaque, which measures 1″ x 2 3/4.”) This was the first of the Jäger zu Pferde-Regiments created in 1901. The regiment carries the “Wilhelm Rex” cypher on their shoulder boards and straps. A total of thirteen Jäger zu Pferde-Regiments was created between 1901 and 1913. It is interesting to note that these cavalry regiments wore metal helmets with long back visors, which were also worn by the Küraßier-Regiments, including the ultra-elite Regiment der Garde du Corps and the Garde-Reiter-Regiment. The case itself measures 16 1/4″ x 4″ x 5 1/2.” Three sides of the case are covered in red leatherette. The case’s front and top are glass. The front slides up and out of the case, if you need to reposition the soldiers slightly after they are shipped to you. [We will carefully pack it with extra bubble wrap around the soldiers. They are glued down, but we had to reposition them a bit after they arrived from Germany. We only caution, be gentle as you do so, as they are old. Too much pressure may make their glue soften]. ALL the soldiers in the display are mounted, as one expects of a cavalry regiment. The tin soldiers have two officers at the squadron’s head. Behind the officers is another officer/NCO, who escorts the soldier carrying the regimental flag. Behind these men are two lines of troopers. A total of thirteen men is in each of the two lines, making a total of THIRTY men on display. Each trooper in the two rear lines carries a flag on a lance. It is a splendid exhibition of the elite regiment. [Special shipping will be required for this item at a higher cost than our normal shipping, to ensure that it receives the packing it deserves to reach your home safely].


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Tin soldiers were very popular among Imperial German Period children. Today we are offering an amazing group of tin soldiers from the 1890 to 1914 period. They come in a special glass case in which they are handsomely displayed. The soldiers are from the Regiment Königsjäger zu Pferde Nr 1. (Their name is displayed at the case’s front on a small plaque, which measures 1″ x 2 3/4.”) This was the first of the Jäger zu Pferde-Regiments created in 1901. The regiment carries the “Wilhelm Rex” cypher on their shoulder boards and straps. A total of thirteen Jäger zu Pferde-Regiments was created between 1901 and 1913. It is interesting to note that these cavalry regiments wore metal helmets with long back visors, which were also worn by the Küraßier-Regiments, including the ultra-elite Regiment der Garde du Corps and the Garde-Reiter-Regiment. The case itself measures 16 1/4″ x 4″ x 5 1/2.” Three sides of the case are covered in red leatherette. The case’s front and top are glass. The front slides up and out of the case, if you need to reposition the soldiers slightly after they are shipped to you. [We will carefully pack it with extra bubble wrap around the soldiers. They are glued down, but we had to reposition them a bit after they arrived from Germany. We only caution, be gentle as you do so, as they are old. Too much pressure may make their glue soften]. ALL the soldiers in the display are mounted, as one expects of a cavalry regiment. The tin soldiers have two officers at the squadron’s head. Behind the officers is another officer/NCO, who escorts the soldier carrying the regimental flag. Behind these men are two lines of troopers. A total of thirteen men is in each of the two lines, making a total of THIRTY men on display. Each trooper in the two rear lines carries a flag on a lance. It is a splendid exhibition of the elite regiment. [Special shipping will be required for this item at a higher cost than our normal shipping, to ensure that it receives the packing it deserves to reach your home safely].

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