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Victorian Army Button Hat PIn 21st Punjab Regiment British Indian Army | eBay

Victorian Army Button Hat PIn 21st Punjab Regiment British Indian Army | eBay

BRITISH ARMY OFFICER "Essex Regiment" BUTTON WW1 PERIOD in Collectables, Militaria, World War I (1914-1918) | eBay

BRITISH ARMY OFFICER "Essex Regiment" BUTTON WW1 PERIOD in Collectables, Militaria, World War I (1914-1918) | eBay

India Bombay Engineers Victorian officer's large button | eBay

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India Army of the Raj Bombay Engineers Victorian officer's large button

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British Army Rajputana Rifles Silver Officer s Hallmarked Cross Belt

British Army Rajputana Rifles Silver Officer's Hallmarked Cross Belt

The Rajputana Rifles is the most senior rifle regiment of the Indian Army. It was originally raised in 1921 as part of the British Indian Army, when six previously existing regiments were amalgamated to form six battalions of the Rajputana Rifles.

Indian Army Kullah. A World War I era Indian Army kullah - the traditional headgear of some Indian regiments. This one features the badge of the 67th Punjab Regiment, which served in Mesopotamia during the war.

A World War I era Indian Army kullah - the traditional headgear of some Indian regiments. This one features the badge of the Punjab Regiment, which served in Mesopotamia during the war.

Black Watch Badges and history of the regiment.

Black Watch Badges and history of the regiment. After September 1915 the Red Hackle was issued to all ranks to prevent officer's being picked out by German Snipers.

Sepoys, 30th Regiment (Bombay) Native Infantry, 1890 (c)

Sepoys, Regiment (Bombay) Native Infantry, 1890 (c) by Major Alfred Crowdy Lovett Note the sepoys are shown armed with Martini-Henry in. rifle and converted 1860 pattern bayonet, which was originally issued for use with the Enfield Short Rifle.

British Officers of 1st Bengal Lancers(Skinner's Lancers) c 1905. The officer on Left in Mess Dress , the right in Undress. The hot weather white cap cover is removable revealing a blue crown with yellow lancer welts. A Christopher Rothero plate from Almark's "Skinner's Horse"

A History of the British Empire including timelines, maps, biographies and detailed histories amongst many other resources for anyone interested in this vital period of imperial history

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