7th Hussars


Mounted Private 1825


A print by E.Hull showing that other ranks looked almost as splendid as their officers in the 1820s. This troop sergeant-major wears the all blue uniform ie. no facing colours and matching overalls. His tall shako has a horsehair plume instead of the officers' cock feathers. The shabracque is the distincive red vandyke pattern of the 7th Hussars.



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by Stephen Luscombe