|Officer's Pouch, 1820 - 1835||Officer's Pouch, 1835 - 1855|
The first pouch worn by the Life guards followed the pattern of the sabretache in having the garter staron a trophy of arms on blue velvet. The pouch with it's belt and waist girdle belonged to Capt. Montague Lind, killed at Waterloo.|
The next pattern of pouch carried the battle honours 'Waterloo' and 'Peninsula' and again, like the sabretache, had a change of lace pattern to the oak-leaf design. This pattern lasted until 1855, apart from the change in the crown.
The final pattern of pouch is still in use today. It is a plain black leather item with gilt reverse LG cypher. Again, only the crown changed with the sovereign.
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