Size of this Imperial German Garde Du Corps Helmet
- Ear to Ear: 17 cm
- Front to Back: 20 cm
- Inner Circumference: 64 cm
- Weight: 3.50 Kg (Approx)
- Material: Bronze
- Standard Thickness – 1.2 mm
The Gardes du Corps, founded in 1740 by Frederick the Great, was the personal bodyguard of the king of Prussia and, after 1871, of the German emperor. Its first commander was Friedrich von Blumenthal, who died unexpectedly in 1745; his brother Hans von Blumenthal, who, with the other officers of the regiment had won the Pour le Mérite in its first action at the battle of Hohenfriedberg, assumed command in 1747. Hans von Blumenthal was badly wounded leading the regiment in a successful cavalry charge in the battle of Lobositz and had to retire from the military.
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