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Catawiki online auction house: Belgium 1919 - King Albert I with helmet, with plate error/print incident - OBP 176

Belgium 1919 - King Albert I with helmet, with plate error/print incident - OBP 176

Catawiki online auction house: Belgium 1919 - King Albert I with helmet, with plate error/print incident - OBP 176

Stamps - Belgium [BEL] - King Albert I (with helmet) 1920

Stamps - Belgium [BEL] - King Albert I (with helmet) 1920

I Love Rome helmet design T-Shirts

Old lady witch with pumpkin doing magician - gift gift. Old lady witch with pumpkin doing magician, gift amor,hoodie for teens.

King Albert I with helmet

Stamp: King Albert I with helmet (Belgium) (King Albert I with helmet) Mi:BE 173

Colour poster showing a caricatured kangaroo dressed in Australian army uniform and holding a red ensign and Prussian-style helmet. The kangaroo stands on a map of 'France', with 'Belgium' nearby and 'Blighty' across a body of water. The kangaroo has 'From Aussie to the Rhine' printed on his tail. 'Queensland public service, Patriotic Carnival, Exhibition Grounds, 12th October 1918' is printed in the left side of the poster.

The kangaroo was one of the earliest Australian symbols adapted by Europeans. It features on the coat of arms, in the decorative arts, on currency and stamps, logos, in wartime imagery and as a mascot for sporting teams.

French; Cuirassier' s Helmet, 1825 model, modified 1830(neck band is stamped 1838)

Cuirassier' s Helmet, 1825 model, modified band is stamped

WWi, 27 Jan 1917; "France-Hatter to the Allies. The Adrian steel helmet, originated in France, has been adopted by the Belgians, Italians, Serbians, Russians, and Roumanians. All of these nations are supplied from the French factories. Each nation has a different badge stamped on the front, except Italy, which reveives the headgear perfectly plain." - The Queenslander Pictorial

WWi, 27 Jan 1917; "France-Hatter to the Allies. The Adrian steel helmet, originated in France, has been adopted by the Belgians, Italians, Serbians, Russians, and Roumanians. All of these nations are supplied from the French factories. Each nation has a different badge stamped on the front, except Italy, which reveives the headgear perfectly plain." - The Queenslander Pictorial

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