"Capt. Bligh" complete Royal Navy uniform from the 1935 Mutiny on the Bounty

Bligh” complete Royal Navy uniform from the 1935 "Mutiny on the Bounty" - Navy blue military coat w/ ivory accents brass buttons; wool long vest w/ brass buttons (no label); and ivory wool pantaloons w/ brass buttons

Royal Navy Uniforms 1787-1828 by SimonLMoore.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Before the British Royal Navy had no established uniforms for its officers and sailors. Those in command typically wore the clothing o.

Uniforms of the Royal Navy, 1795-1812 by CdreJohnPaulJones.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Royal Navy Uniforms The uniforms are, from left to right: - Midshipman - Lieutenant - Commander - Captain, Under Three Years Seniority - Captain, Over Three Years Seniority - Rear Admiral - Vice Admiral - Admiral

#British #Royal #Navy Uniform 1795 pattern by DeborahLoughCostumes, £1570.00

inspiration ~ The Scoundrel and I (Falcon Club British Royal Navy Uniform, 1795 pattern, Reproduction.

Rare: The blue and cream Navy uniform worn by Trafalgar survivor William Hicks is said to be the only one of its kind in existence

On display after 200 years: Rare Royal Navy uniform worn by survivor of Battle of Trafalgar (found in a plastic bag in the attic)

Lieutenant's uniform, British, The smart uniform belonging to Lieutenant William Hicks, from around is an important find for military historians as it is believed no other lieutenant uniform of that era is left in existence.

Royal Navy Post Captain uniform coat and waistcoat - from the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, England -- this style  from 1795-1812

Regency uniform front - Full dress coat for a captain, over three years seniority. It belonged to Alexander Hood The coat is of blue wool and features a stand-up collard edged with gold lace, as are the button back lapels and front edge of the skirts.

Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1901 (but this one was made in 1936).

Admiral of the Fleet's full dress coat belonging to Edward, Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor. Date made Naval uniform: pattern 1919 - National Maritime Museum

Edward VIII, men in uniform.....<3

Edward VIII- Traitor-waste of space-waste of the tax payers money- Should have been executed during or after

Lieutenant, c. 1799. Midshipmen had to pass an examination to be promoted to the rank of lieutenant, usually around the age of 19. Lieutenants were in charge of deck watches, and in action commanded a gun battery. They were sometimes despatched on shore in ports like London in charge of press gangs. Although landsmen were sometimes taken by mistake or by malice, the gang concentrated their efforts on finding experienced seamen, who were often taken from merchant ships in port at the time.

Midshipmen had to pass an examination to be promoted to the rank of lieutenant, usually around the age of Lieutenants were in charge of deck watches, and in action commanded a gun battery.

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