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    An Officer of the 42nd Regiment of Foot, The Royal Highlanders, by Alexander Gallaway, signed & dated Edinburgh, 1809. Portrait Miniature.

    A Superb Portrait Miniature of an East India Company Officer, signed & dated Oorlof, 1833.

    British; 42nd Regiment of Foot (The Royal Highland Regiment or Black Watch), Private, winter of 1777-1778. By Don Troiani

    portrait miniature, with braided hair border

    The 42nd (The Royal Highland) Regiment of foot- piper, full dress c1856.

    42nd Regiment of Foot

    British; 2nd Battalion of the Royal Highland Emigrants (later the 84th Regiment of Foot), Grenadier Sergeant,1777

    A Miniature of Elizabeth I as a Princess

    Allan Ramsay ,Portrait of Lieutenant John Abercrombie (d.1758) of the 1st Foot, The Royal Regiment

    Lieutenant George Masterman Thompson 1 Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) (attached Gold Coast Regiment, West African Field Force) Lt Thompson was the first British officer to be killed in action during the First World War. He was commanding a small force of French Senegalese troops in an action against German forces at Chra, German Togoland, when he was killed, aged 24, on 22 August 1914.

    Miniature of Lieutenant Colonel James Ferrier of 94th Foot Regiment (Scots Brigade)

    Queens Own Highlanders, Edinburgh 1986 (6) Colour Escourt

    The Royal Highlander train ~ Scotland

    1st (the Royal) Regiment of Foot Officer’s shoulder belt plate circa 1844-55.

    HMS Dauntless, the second of six formidable air defence warships being built for the Royal Navy, arrives in her home port of Portsmouth for the first time.

    Miniature folk art child portrait with cat by Clarissa Peters (American, 1809-1854)

    92nd Gordon Highlanders at Edinburgh Castle, Robert Adamson, David Octavius Hill, April 1846 National Gallery of Scotland

    A miniature of Mary, Queen of Scots

    Pendant, Miniature portrait of Queen Anne of Denmark (1574–1619)

    The Adamson Family, 1843-7 David Octavius Hill (Scottish, Perth 1802–1870 Edinburgh)

    Portrait of a lady called Lady Jane Grey (detail) by Henry Pierce Bone. The miniature was purchased by Prince Albert in 1844 to add to the couple’s growing collection of portraits of sixteenth-century figures. It is still part of the Royal Collection.