Royal Artillery

Gunner and Sergeant-Major, 1861

This is a page from P W Reynolds notebook. The gunner on the left has a small pouch on the front of his cartouche belt which contains percussion caps. His decorations include a Crimea medal and Indian Mutiny medal. There are two good conduct stripes on his right forarm. The sergeant-major appears not to have been in the Crimea. He has four gold chevrons on both forarms with gun badge and crown above. The fur busby was worn betwen 1855 and 1878 in the Royal Artillery.

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