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Flange of hundred hunter or order gendarmer officer, first empire.
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15 000 €
Period :
19th century
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Flange of hundred hunter or order gendarmer officer, first empire.

Entirely in green leather lined with burgundy leather, buckles and trim in silvered copper, seams are embroidered in silver threads. Net composed of its head, sub-gorge, frontal decorated with a large plate of silver-plated copper in the form of sun radiant with the center face of the sun in frame on both sides of two stars with eight branches ) And a floret, noseband decorated with two stars with eight branches of silver copper (originally there were also three florets) broken in its center, netting, cruising (connecting the headrest to the noseband) richly trimmed Of silver-plated copper patterns alternating eight-pointed stars and florets with a large floret in the center. Silver copper buckle. Bridle bit of the so-called "pigeon throat" shape. The guns will be almost straight, from the bottom of the pins to the heels, to make a more just support on the bars. In its upper part, the branch forms a banquet with rectangular opening "banquet eye", just below is drilled a hole to place the "S" and the hook. The lower extremity, or the lower part of the branch, is straight, and terminates in an opening, commonly called "the gargoyle" (it must supplement the loops when their rings are broken). The underside of the gargoyle is drilled from a hole intended to receive the reins of reins with their rings; The rear end of the gargoyle is drilled from a hole in which a chain is attached. Flat curb, made of mesh and links. The stitches are twisted into each other and the links. Entirely wrought iron filé (originally tinned). Rounded silvered copper bossettes without decoration. Reins in their original length but broken in the middle. Croupière with large brass roller buckle, in its middle fleuron in silver copper. Stirrup leathers with brass roller. Brass stirrups with branches for light cavalry, rectangular stirrup eye, oval shaped openwork floor,. Very good state. La France. First Empire. NOTES: The bridles of all ages are rare to find, to find a complete one of its stirrups and its extremely rare croupière.

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All the objects are sent by registered mail, assured, either by post, or by express carrier (FEDEX, UPS, DHL…).
Price on request.

Bertrand Malvaux

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Militaria Empire