15th The King's Hussars: Dress and Appointments, 1759-1914 by Alan Kemp

By Alan Kemp

Fifteenth The King's Hussars КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ fifteenth The King's HussarsDRESS AND APPOINTMENTS 1759-1914издательство: ALMARK PUBLICATIONSавтор: ALAN KEMPТип: pdf Формат: rarРазмер: 18 MbКол-во страниц: 48Изображения: черно-белые, цветные рисункиTHIS booklet exhibits the improvement of the uniforms and gear of the fifteenth The King's Hussars from the elevating of the Regiment in 1759 to the endof the full-dress period in 1914. while it isn't attainable in a publication of this measurement to list each order of gown, and the various minute adjustments over 250years, all significant adjustments are totally documented.скачать -http://10manhobby./6984697Зеркало на файл: (Mirror)скачать - http://.com/files/6005688 eighty five

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Circa 1825. b Design of lace on seat of pantaloons. The lace, edged with tracing braid, runs down each outside seam. c Drawing of an officer in undress from a water-colour in possession of the Regiment and dated 1838. The cap is scarlet with gold lace and ornament. The dark blue jacket is trimmed with black braid and Astrakhan. The shoulder belt is gold worked with scarlet and has gold ornaments and chains. Fig 16: Officer's barrel sash of crimson silk cord and gold This example dates from about 1825, but there was little variation in pattern during the whole period in which barrel sashes were worn.

The sabretache was to be no longer than 12 inches. The steel collar chains on officers' chargers were changed for head ropes in 1893. The following year the overall stripes for officers were altered from 38 gold lace to yellow cloth, although on the levee dress pantaloons a single cord of gold gimp was worn. Slings and belts for undress were of white (buff) leather. In 1896, blue serge frocks for undress with brass buttons and steel shoulder chains were worn. Brown gloves were introduced. Seven years later the shoulder chains were abolished.

These were plaited for 10 inches across the front of the cap and had gold acorns on the ends. A scarlet cloth field service cap was worn in service dress. In 1893, the busby was reduced in height (6^ inches in front, 7J inches at rear) with the egret plume 13 inches high above the top of the cap. The sabretache was to be no longer than 12 inches. The steel collar chains on officers' chargers were changed for head ropes in 1893. The following year the overall stripes for officers were altered from 38 gold lace to yellow cloth, although on the levee dress pantaloons a single cord of gold gimp was worn.

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