Royal Artillery

Sergeant-Major, 1823

Lithograph by E Hull. The shako is taller than the 1830 version and has a tall white plume. He has a senior NCO's sash round his waist. The turnbacks to his coatee are white and decorated at the join with a gilt bomb badge. The light blue overalls were worn throughout the 1820s and 30s.

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