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    Austria: Two Miniature Imperial Austrian Helmets, including a Model 1905 Dragoon Officers' Helmet with a black enameled body with brass trim and high brass comb with a vignette of a lion in combat with a snake embossed on each side and a brass Austrian double-headed eagle front plate, brass lion's head chinscale bosses, and leather-backed brass oak-leaf pattern chinscales. The other miniature helmet is a generic steel-bodied form with a spike for a white horse-hair plume and a brass Austrian double-headed eagle front plate, brass lion's head chinscale bosses, and leather-backed brass oak-leaf pattern chinscales. Both helmets are approximately 3" high and are in very fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2013
    8th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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