German Guards Regiment 1891-95 framed photo

German Guards Regiment 1891-95 framed photo

Large German Guards Picture

German Guards Regiment 1891-95 framed photo


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Large German Guards Regiment picture

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German Guards Regiment 1891-95 framed photo. This is a large German framed photograph from Berlin of the officers of the Guards Regiment 1891-95.

The background of the photo is showing the Brandenburg gate, inc other buildings and a horse and trap with officers inside.

The names of all the men in the photo are written at the base of the picture, which gives real great insight and depth to the picture.

Size is 28 inch x 25 inch.

There are some water marks and some slight fading to the picture.

he 1st Foot Guard Regiment (German: 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß) was an infantry regiment of the Royal Prussian Army formed in 1806 after Napoleon defeated Prussia in the Battle of Jena–Auerstedt. It was formed by combining all previous Foot Guard Regiments and was, from its inception, the bodyguard-regiment of Kings of Prussia. Save William II, who also wore the uniforms of other regiments, all Prussian Kings and most Princes of Prussia wore the uniform of the 1st Foot Guard Regiment.

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