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Northamptonshire Yeomanry Tarleton Helmet c.1800

Northamptonshire Yeomanry Tarleton Helmet c.1800

Offered here is a rare Napoleonic era headgear of the British Army. Colonel Tarleton, who served in the American Revolution, designed this headdress for his Light Dragoons and by the end of the 18th century it was adopted across the British Army for both Regular and Militia Cavalry and the Royal Horse Artillery. It was worn in the Egypt Campaign and the Peninsular War by Dragoons and the Guns....  read more

Code: 50231

SOLD

Colour Print of the Battle of Waterloo

Colour Print of the Battle of Waterloo

A lovely mid century print of the Battle of Waterloo. A battlefield paneramic view with Wellington and his staff featured in the foreground. Untouched by sunlight, its colours remain sound, but muted due to the period colour process. Lots of detail and a great item to highlight a sword or Napoleonic era collection. Frame measures about 24" by 30".  read more

Code: 51217

400.00 CAD

Sergeants Scarlet Sash

Sergeants Scarlet Sash

An early 20th century red sash for Infantry Sergeants and above for parades and service dress. These sashes were worn on formal parades as a symbol of office and tradition. They were worn on full ceremonial dress, frock jackets, patrols, service and battledress. They are even worn to this day in most commonwealth nations. A nice example.  read more

Code: 51098

130.00 CAD

16th Lancers Pre World War One Other Ranks Chapka

16th Lancers Pre World War One Other Ranks Chapka

Here we offer an early 20th Century headgear for the 16th Lancers. The Lancers and their classic form of headdress were adopted by the British Army in 1816 from the famous Polish Lancers that rode for Napoleon. The Chapka stayed in service well into the 20th century as a full dress accouterment that instantly identifies these units.

This example, with the Kings Crown Chapka Pla...  read more

Code: 50527

1600.00 CAD