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Personal logo Il Granatiere Supporting Member of TMP01 Apr 2021 11:28 p.m. PST

Following my Sudan project I'm actually busy with the South Staffordshire Regiment and not being particularly expert of the British Army of this period, I would like to ask your help. I choose to start with a unit in red (first British unit in Khaki? Naahh…),so the questions are 3, Officer rank as per 1881 Regulation on the sleeves, collar and shoulders? Drum, how was painted? Cord of the trumpet, plain white or colored? Thanks for your help.

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