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  • Dibble201Bty
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    I have been thinking, (contrary to popular belief, I do at times, think!) I have many more Rousselot plates, and I was wondering if any of you would like me to post them all. Unlike the on-line site that has posted the plates ad-hoc and with no text, I thought that if I posted the plates and text (as I have in my last post above) it would be much more helpful. Some of the text I have is only in French, but many more are in English. Don't ask me where the English text for the others have gone, because I haven't got a clue, but I think that they were accidentally disposed of ( + = )

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    Last edited by Dibble201Bty; 14 Jul 15, 22:20.

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  • Dibble201Bty
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    Chasseurs a' Cheval Trompettes 1804-1815

    I'm doing this as a favour and a link for another site, but this may be of general interest anyway








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  • Lāčplēsis
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    Of course the Royal Scots Greys...

    Officer of Grenadiers, Siemenovski Regiment, 1796

    and the Napoleonic Carabiniers à Cheval....

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  • MarkV
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    How about this one - the world's first fly boys - the Corps d’Aerostatier = the French balloon corps. My drawing represents Captain Coutelle. who was in command of four balloons. The hat was worn fore and aft like the RN and for the same reason to avoid collision with rigging. On turn backs had a small orange balloon with a white outline.
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  • vladimir Pantin
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    The artillery of the Duchy of Warsaw

    Horse artillery


    Foot artillery


    Equipment train

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  • p-26luvr
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    Hello, my name is Carl, & this is my first post. My option for an interesting uniform is the Spanish "ALMANSA DRAGOONS" 1804 to 1814. I like this uniform so much that I have made two conversions of it, one in 54mm & one in 1/12th scale. Carl T

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  • Dibble201Bty
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    Oh yes! I forgot these.

    British officer dress of the Peninsula War.






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  • Dibble201Bty
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    And this By Jack Girbal.

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  • Dibble201Bty
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    By Lt. Col V. Gibellini.






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  • Dibble201Bty
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    French Army in Egypt. By D.S.V Fosten and R. Marrion










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  • Dibble201Bty
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    35th (Sussex) Regiment of foot. By Charles Stadden








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  • ChasseurMarion
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    Originally posted by repd View Post
    i found a picture by Grammont (here it is)
    Very nice. Thank you for posting this. I´ve read about them and their engagement at Montmirail.

    Here´s a link of the painting displaying the battle:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...irail_1814.jpg

    Unfortunately, it´s too large to post it here.

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  • repd
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    nice picture of a garde d'honneur

    i found a picture by Grammont (here it is)
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  • Dibble201Bty
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    Originally posted by Tonanti216 View Post
    Hello Jan * Paul, thanks for your response, I am sorry but I can't upload any images yet. The one I was referring to had been posted by Canukster and is of a British Infantryman circa 1815 - he seems to have yellow facings on the cuffs of his jacket so it is hard to determine he regimental affiliations.
    Do you know what thread, page or post number that the picture was on? Oh! And thanks for the rep

    Paul

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