Private. Grenadier Company 1792

The blue lapels have plain white lace arranged in pairs. The shoulder wings worn by flank companies are blue with white lace stripes and fringes. The collar is the stand-up type with white lace round the edge. The coat only fastens at the top, showing the white waistcoat and breeches. The black bearskin has a small plate at the front and white caplines and tassels, also a white grenadier plume on the left side. His knapsack is on the ground. It is covered with blue canvas and a garter star badge painted on.

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by Stephen Luscombe