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Return of the Light Brigade, 80mm vignette from 'Tradition' ,painted by yours truly.

Return of the Light Brigade, 80mm vignette from 'Tradition' ,painted by yours truly.

Sergeant Patrick Carroll (service Nº 2079), 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade. He wears both the Crimea and the 1853 Kaffir medal. On returning f...

Sergeant Patrick Carroll (service Nº 2079), 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade. He wears both the Crimea and the 1853 Kaffir medal. On returning f...

Saddle of the horse of Lieutenant Percy Smith, 13th (Light) Dragoons, used in the Charge of the Light Brigade, 1854.

Saddle of the horse of Lieutenant Percy Smith, 13th (Light) Dragoons, used in the Charge of the Light Brigade, 1854.

Sergeant Frederick Peake, 13th Light Dragoons and the damaged coat worn at the charge of the Light Brigade. Peake survived the charge with a severely broken arm.

Sergeant Frederick Peake, 13th Light Dragoons and the damaged coat worn at the charge of the Light Brigade. Peake survived the charge with a severely broken arm.

Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars (c. 1855) - He rode in the 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as the Assistant Surgeon 25th Oct. 1854 (aged 25)

Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars (c. 1855) - He rode in the 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as the Assistant Surgeon 25th Oct. 1854 (aged 25)

11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars  19th century Officer's pair of overalls.  A very fine rare pair with gold embroidery .  When named 11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars in 1840, the overalls became the same colour as the crimson livery of Prince Albert's House: Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Henceforth the regiment, who took part in the famous Charge of The Light Brigade, were known as "The Cherry Pickers" which aslo alluded to an incident in the Peninsula War,

11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars 19th century Officer's pair of overalls. A very fine rare pair with gold embroidery . When named 11th Prince Albert's Own Hussars in 1840, the overalls became the same colour as the crimson livery of Prince Albert's House: Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Henceforth the regiment, who took part in the famous Charge of The Light Brigade, were known as "The Cherry Pickers" which aslo alluded to an incident in the Peninsula War,

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