Explore Military Outfits, Military Uniforms, and more!

Detail of the epaulet on Admiral Nelson’s coat and the bullet hole that killed him during the battle of Trafalgar (c.

Tricolor sash, worn by Napoleon Bonaparte, during the Egyptian Campaign, c.1798 - c.1801. ~ {cwl}

Shawl owned by Hortense Bonaparte, Queen Consort of Holland and Napoleon's stepdaughter (Josephine daughter from a prev marriage; it was a gift from Napoleon who prevously used it as a sash during the Egyptian Campaign.

I'm such a sucker for British Naval uniforms. Lord Nelson's jacket.

FROM ADMIRAL NELSON TO THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE: THE POWER OF TAILORING

Admiral Lord Nelson's Trafalgar uniform, 1805 Damaged epaulette and bullet hole from fatal gun shot.

Napoleon's uniforms and epaulets - Napoleon's Grenadiers a Pied uniform/ Center of the Cross of the Légion d'honneur (Legion of Honour) of the First French Empire (Napoleonic Era), 3rd type (awarded between 1806-1808)

Napoleon's uniforms and epaulets - Napoleon's Grenadiers a Pied uniform/ Center of the Cross of the Légion d'honneur (Legion of Honour) of the First French Empire (Napoleonic Era), type (awarded between Le Bret pins

Officers Jacket, top detail of insignia. British officers jackets during the Napoleonic wars could have their uniforms tailored themselves as long as they applied the correct insignia to reconise their rank within the Infantary.   Such as fabrics etc.  Displayed at the DLI in Durham, count durham.

Officers Jacket, top detail of insignia. British officers jackets during the Napoleonic wars could have their uniforms tailored themselves as long as they applied the correct insignia to reconise their rank within the Infantary. Such as fabrics etc. Displayed at the DLI in Durham, count durham.

CT707 French Infantry Coat circa 1810    Shown here is our superb quality French Line Infantry tunic c.1810, made from best Hainsworth wools & fitted with plain brass flat buttons, fully lined, white stitching is used in the appropriate places as per original examples.

French Infantry Coat circa 1810 Shown here is our superb quality French Line Infantry tunic made from best Hainsworth wools & fitted with plain brass flat buttons, fully lined, white stitching is used in the appropriate places as per original examples.

Pinterest
Search