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Officers/NCO's blue sharivaris

Article about: From 1935 color of piping on trousers was as follows Raspberry - Infantry Red – Artillery, Armor, Medical, Veterinarian, Justice, Administrative, Supply(Intendants) from 1936 also Kuba

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    Hi Guys, these are a new buy for me. They are red piped for Artillery/Tankists.

    No markings in them at all. But the clip is nicely marked for a Moscow maker.

    They have been well used over the years and would benefit from a clean.

    I expect they date from the 1950's?

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hey ade, nice pair of strides, they look as if they will be very confortable....




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    I thought that the red piping was for general Army, not branch specific.

    Boridin

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    Hi Boridin, I have seen these Raspberry piped (Rifles) before.

    Hi Darren, these do actually fit me.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    A very nice pair- I feel it's end of 40;s made, but nothing makes them a postwar- probably a war time made trousers
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    Dimas

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    Thanks Dimas. I bought from from a comrade in our LH group: he did me a nice price, 40.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hello,

    My sharivaris.

    Marc
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    Very nice Ade! Your friend did you well.

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    Ade;

    I know that there are sharovari that are piped to be branch specific. I have seen, although I do not own any with the raspberry piping. I have a set that are a medium green fabric, with red piping that are NKVD border troops dress sharovari, a set of the medium blue with red piping, that I was told are general Army issue, and a set of the medium blue, with Royal blue piping that are Cavalry troops.

    In other words, I was told that the red piping is general Army, not branch specific.

    Boridin

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    Infantry - Raspberry
    Engineers/Chemical - Black
    MTC - Dark Blue
    Cavalry - Royal Blue
    Artillery/Tankist - Red
    VVS- Azure
    NKVD including Frontier Troops - Crimson
    NKPS & VOSO - Green
    VOSO post 1951 - light blue

    NCOs by regulation - unpiped blue trousers.

    Vadim may comment further and/or correct me accordingly...
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