Uni­form­jas der schut­te­rij 1909 (Jacket Citizen Militia 1909)

met schouderstukken en fouragere/including shoulderboards and fouragere

medium maat nette staat

€ 125,00
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Schutterij refers to a voluntary city guard or citizenmilitia in the medieval and early modernNetherlands, intended to protect the town or city from attack and act in case of revolt or fire. Their training grounds were often on open spaces within the city, near the city walls, but, when the weather did not allow, inside a church. They are mostly grouped according to their district and to the weapon that they used: bow, crossbow or gun. Together, its members are called a Schuttersgilde, which could be roughly translated as a "shooter's guild". It is now a title applied to ceremonial shooting clubs and to the country's Olympic rifle team.

Uni­form­jas der schut­te­rij 1909 (Jacket Citizen Militia 1909)

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