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British Army Uniforms 20.5p Stamp (1983) Fusilier and Ensign, The Royal Welch Fusiliers (mid-18th century)

British Army Uniforms 20.5p Stamp (1983) Fusilier and Ensign, The Royal Welch Fusiliers (mid-18th century)

French Army in Canada; Infantry Regiment Berry, Fusilier Corporal in grand tenue. 1755-60

French Army in Canada; Infantry Regiment Berry, Fusilier Corporal in grand tenue. 1755-60

Black Watch soldier, Egypt 1882

Black Watch soldier, Egypt 1882

British; 92nd Gordon highlanders, Drummer, 1815

British; 92nd Gordon highlanders, Drummer, 1815

British Army Uniforms 16p Stamp (1983) Musketeer and Pikeman, The Royal Scotts (1633)

British Army Uniforms 16p Stamp (1983) Musketeer and Pikeman, The Royal Scotts (1633)

British Army Uniforms 26p Stamp (1983) Riflemen, 95th Rifles (The Royal Green Jackets) (1805)

British Army Uniforms 26p Stamp (1983) Riflemen, 95th Rifles (The Royal Green Jackets) (1805)

King's German Legion

King's German Legion

Seven Years War, Austrian infantry. Grenadier officer and infantry officer IR 24 von Staremberg, 1759 by A. Yezhov

Seven Years War, Austrian infantry. Grenadier officer and infantry officer IR 24 von Staremberg, 1759 by A. Yezhov

British Cavalry: 7th Dragoon Guards

British Cavalry: 7th Dragoon Guards

Soldier of the Compagnies franches de la Marine of Canada, 1757-1760 In '57, 500 men of the Compagnies franches de la Marine of Canada were gathered into a battalion, informally known as the 'régiment de la Marine.' The unit was intended to fight in the European manner alongside the battalions of the troupes de la Terre. This soldier, wearing his full uniform during the final campaigns in New France, could be a part of this unit. Reconstruction by E.Lelièpvre.

Soldier of the Compagnies franches de la Marine of Canada, 1757-1760 In '57, 500 men of the Compagnies franches de la Marine of Canada were gathered into a battalion, informally known as the 'régiment de la Marine.' The unit was intended to fight in the European manner alongside the battalions of the troupes de la Terre. This soldier, wearing his full uniform during the final campaigns in New France, could be a part of this unit. Reconstruction by E.Lelièpvre.

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