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Full dress tunic, British lancer pattern, worn by Lieutenant-Colonel Walter Fane, 19th Regiment of Bengal Cavalry (Lancers), 1875 (c)

My other obsession is Jackets modeled from the Military Uniforms of the Early 19th Century...think the Peninsular War, Napoleonic et all.

Crimean War Sergeant 1856. I shudder to think about what lived in those beards during wartime, without sanitation.

Victorian 5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales’s) Dragoon Guards Officer's Uniform. The small sized 1880 pattern full dress tunic is externally stunning, constructed of scarlet melton cloth with beautiful dark bottle green facings of velvet. Gold cord Austrian Knot details to the cuff as well as further cord decoration to the tails and gold lace to the stand up collar. Very fine gold bullion epaulettes to the rank of Second Lieutenant

Kurta, 1st Duke of York's Own Lancers (Skinner's Horse), 1902-1914 | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

AN IMPERIAL RUSSIAN NAMED UNIFORM GROUP OF THE COMMANDER OF THE 2ND FRONTIER GUARD REGIMENT, CIRCA 1910. Formerly the property of Colonel Adolf Edwardich Gahlnbeck Blue wool double breasted tunic with green collar, cuffs and piping. Collar and cuffs with gold bullion Litzen and buttons on a blue field. Left chest with tailored hole for award.

Tunic worn by Major Kenneth O'Brien Harding, 13th Duke of Connaught's Lancers (Watson's Horse), 1915-1921y