Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  KraVseR on Thu 15 Nov 2018, 5:36 am

Wow! Where I can find more info about this uniform? Especially about colours of it.

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  wfrad on Sun 18 Nov 2018, 4:51 am

There's quite a few images available of the modern version of the miners uniform of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, Germany also has a similar miners uniform.

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Post  KraVseR on Mon 19 Nov 2018, 7:00 am

Thanks, I'm find! Very interesting.

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  sepid on Mon 19 Nov 2018, 7:20 am

Those are saxon uniforms on your picture, not austrian (the austrian uniform on the picture from my initial post probably come out of saxon uniforms for mining officials). I have a regulation, but only in czech translation and probably incomplete. The uniform is probably Model 1837. The tailcoat with short tails should be black, collar, cuffs and patches above elbows of the light green velvet. Trousers should be black, for hungarian officials traditional model with cords (first and second from left). Officials from "german" lands were allowed to wear for parades white trousers with white leggings with black leather on the knees (third figure from left). The cap should be light green with badge of the imperial eagle holding traditional mining tools on the wreath. Apron should be from black leather, with buckle with the same badge as of on the cap. Rank insignia are the same as on the uniform for civil officials, which was introduced in 1814. The uniform was in use till 1850, when was new model introduced.
Here are another examples:
http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/3594747.jpg
http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/3594753.jpg
http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/3594777.jpg
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fa/August_Longin_von_Lobkowitz_Litho.JPG
https://www.dorotheum.com/cz/aukce/aktualni-aukce/kataloge/list-lots-detail/auktion/12079-mince-a-medaile/lotID/797/lot/2125807-august-longin-herzog-von-lobkowitz-raudnitz.html
http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/3702335.jpg
http://www.bildarchivaustria.at/Preview/3702353.jpg

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  wfrad on Mon 19 Nov 2018, 10:32 am

Welcome back Sepid, was hoping that you would reply.
Modern, Imperial eagle's flown away but the tools are still within the wreath Smile
Short video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7ZN-dETwvs
Longer video;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jgvqrs_6m1I


Slovenian/Yugoslavian miners, same as the Austrian but different Very Happy
from;http://www.rlv.si/en/592
For formal celebrations and memorial services, miners wear their uniforms. The mining uniform is comprised of a black suit, a black cap and white gloves. As a special feature, the jacket holds 28 golden buttons, which symbolize the age of death of St Barbara, patron saint of miners.
When miners troops was set up in the Velenje coal mine in 1947, its members first used brown uniforms with green badges. After two years, the traditional black mining uniform was introduced, which is still used today and is known in the mining and coal mining industries across Europe. The same uniform was used by miners back in the time of the former Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  sepid on Tue 20 Nov 2018, 9:13 am

Hi wfrad. I did not leave, I just did not have much time ;-).
Here are some samples from Czech Republic:
http://www.hornicky-klub.info/foto/krumlov.png
http://www.nyrany.cz/data/editor/144cs_15_big.jpg?gcm_date=1389082598
https://www.kvpoint.cz/photos/detail/sako-hornicke-uniformy-s-cakou-897?id=897&mediatype=1&view=list&orderby=3&viewtitles=0&do=addToSelection

All (austrian, sloveniana/jugoslavian and czech) come out of service dress for imperial-royal mining oficials Model 1890:

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  wfrad on Wed 21 Nov 2018, 6:12 am

Thanks,
Out of the modern uniforms I much prefer the Austrian style, the German's uniforms reminds me of the 60's jazz bands.

A little unfair but I just couldn't resist it Very Happy

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Re: Austrian State Mining Officials Uniforms, 1st half of 19th century

Post  sepid on Tue 11 Dec 2018, 9:29 am

Uniform for Austrian Imperial and Royal Mining Officials, Model 1850:
http://www.stribro.cz/clanky/images/clanek_5635/2.JPG
http://www.stribro.cz/clanky/images/clanek_5635/1.JPG
The set is now complete.

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