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TOY FAIR - PHOTO ROUND-UP ON PARADE UNIFORMS AND COLOURS OF THE BRITISH ARMY No. 18 BRITISH ARMY VEHICLE COLOUR SCHEMES AND MARKINGS OF W.W.II - PART 3 CAMERA AT THE MODEL ENGINEER EXHIBITION WARRIORS AND THEIR WEAPONS - No. 2 UNIFORMS OF THE LUFTWAFFE - HEAD-DRESS KETTEIMKRAFTRADS AN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR LIMBER WARGAMES FOR THE YOUNGER GENERAL - PART 7 RECONNAISSANCE - No. 4 ATTEN-SHUN! ON THE COVER - Russian Foot Artillery (Line Regiments) 1811-1814 by Stephen Heap. Single-breasted coatee (detail right) was introduced in 1814 with red piping down the front, and rear view shows artillery gunner in typical campaign dress - canteen tied to back. Cover figures depict, I. to r., N.C.O. in Campaign Dress 1811, Gunner in Parade Dress 1811, Gunner in Campaign Dress 1812-14 and Officer in Parade Dress 1812-14. Officer's sash is silver flecked with orange and black; N.C.O.s wore a black, white and orange quartered cockade and when the plume was worn, a gold edging to their collars and cuffs. Shako cords are red for N.C.O.s and men, silver for officers, and the plume was white for artillery.
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