45th Bengal Infantry


Officer and NCO, 1898


On the left a havildar in marching order, a rear view of which is seen on the extreme right. The officer next to him looks similarly dressed but the cuff ornament is different nd there is a line of gold lace each side of the central white panel of his tunic. Both men wear a blue turban with red pag and quoit badge, and both have puttees with shoes.


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by Stephen Luscombe