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Staff of the Army, Quater Master General, or Adjutant General, (not being General Officers) Ass.t. Quarter Master  or Ass.t.  Adjutant General Soldiers of the Royal Staff Corps.
Staff of the Army, Quater Master General, or Adjutant General, (not being General Officers) Ass.t. Quarter Master or Ass.t. Adjutant General Soldiers of the Royal Staff Corps.
C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Smith.
London Pub.d. Jan.y. 1813 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13"). Three holes in the left-hand margins from binding.
Exterior scene. A mounted Adjutant General points to his Assistant Adjutant General who stands beside him. Two soldiers walk behind and a camp is situated behind. From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812".
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33477]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Chelsea Pensioners. Cavalry & Infantry.
Chelsea Pensioners. Cavalry & Infantry.
C.H.S. Aquatinted by I.C.Stadler.
London Pub.d Nov.r 1.st 1814 by Colnaghi & Co. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine hand-coloured aquatint. Plate 317 x 254mm. 12½ x 10".
Exterior scene in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in which two Chelsea Pensioners stand in conversation and a third watches from a bench. The figure on the left with a barrel on his back and a stick in his hand, represents a pensioner who served in the cavalry, while the figure on the right with a wooden leg represents an ex-infantryman. The Royal Hospital Chelsea was completed in 1692 after a warrant was issued in 1681 authorising he building of a hospital for the care of those 'broken by age or war.' From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations 1814".
[Ref: 19211]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Chelsea Pensioners. Cavalry & Infantry.
Chelsea Pensioners. Cavalry & Infantry.
C.H.S. Aquatinted by I.C.Stadler.
London Pub.d Nov.r 1.st 1814 by Colnaghi & Co. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine hand-coloured aquatint. Plate: 317 x 254mm. (12½ x 10"), with large margins.
Exterior scene in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in which two Chelsea Pensioners stand in conversation and a third watches from a bench. The figure on the left with a barrel on his back and a stick in his hand, represents a pensioner who served in the cavalry, while the figure on the right with a wooden leg represents an ex-infantryman. The Royal Hospital Chelsea was completed in 1692 after a warrant was issued in 1681 authorising he building of a hospital for the care of those 'broken by age or war.' From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations 1814".
[Ref: 50527]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Full-Dress Uniform of a Field Marshal.
Full-Dress Uniform of a Field Marshal.
Drawn by C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. 1.st. April 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½"). Some very slight staining in printed area.
Battle scene in which a Field Marshal stands with an outstretched arm before ranks of calvalrymen. Field Marshal was the most senior rank in the British Army and was introduced in 1736 by King George II. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33549]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Soldiers in the 1.st. Reg.t. of Foot Guards, in Marching Order.
Soldiers in the 1.st. Reg.t. of Foot Guards, in Marching Order.
C. H. S. delin.t. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. 1.st. May 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins, watermarked paper 'J. Whatman 1811'; 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
Exterior scene in Winter showing two soldiers from the 1st Regiment of the Foot Guards (now Grenadier Guards) march across a landscape. Both soldiers are dressed in marching order, the muted tones of which are starkly contrasted with the recognisable red tunic and bearskin which make up the full dress of the Grenadiers. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33548]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Grenadier of the Foot Guards. in full Dress.
Grenadier of the Foot Guards. in full Dress.
C.H.S. Aquatinted by Stadler.
London Pub.d. 2.d. July 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
Exterior scene depicting three soldiers from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd regiments of the Foot Guards (or Grenadiers), each wearing the iconic bearskin. The Grenadiers were a special assault regiment who threw grenades at the enemy. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33545]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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A Sergeant and Privates of the 87th.
A Sergeant and Privates of the 87th. Or Prince of Wales own Irish Regiment on Service.
C.H.S. Aquantinted by J. C. Stadler.
London. Pub.d. Jan.y. 1813 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13"). Three holes in left margin from binding.
Battle scene in which a Sergeant (marked by the three stripes on his arm) of the 87th stands above a fallen French soldier. The Sergeant takes the fallen Napoleonic flag from the dead soldier whilst behind him privates from the 87th regiment engage in battle in the background. This scene commemorates the 87th's role in the Battle of Barossa of 1811 in which the first Napoleonic Imperial Eagle was captured by the British. From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812".
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33471]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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A Private of the 3.rd. or Kings Own Dragoons.
A Private of the 3.rd. or Kings Own Dragoons.
Drawn & Etched by C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. April 1.st. by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins; 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
Exterior scene depicting a private of the 3rd (Kings Own) Dragoons mounted on a rearing horse, brandishing a sword. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33551]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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A Private of the XV.TH. or Kings L.t. D.rs. (Hussars).
A Private of the XV.TH. or Kings L.t. D.rs. (Hussars).
C. H. S. Aquatinted by I. C. Stadler.
Published Sep.r. 1.st. 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13"). Very slight fox marks.
An exterior scene in which a Hussar rides a horse whilst loading his rifle. From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812".
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33482]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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An Officer of the 2.d. Regiment of Life Guards. in full Dress.
An Officer of the 2.d. Regiment of Life Guards. in full Dress.
C. H. S. Aquatinted by I. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. 1.st. July 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
Battle scene depicting a mounted officer of the 2nd Regiment of the Life Guards leading the charge; ranks of mounted cavalrymen can be seen behind. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33546]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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A Private of the 18.th. Light Dragoons.
A Private of the 18.th. Light Dragoons. (Hussars.)
C. H. S. delin.t. Aquatinted by I. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. 1.st. May 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
Exterior scene in which a mounted soldier of the 18th Light Dragoons or 18th (Kings Irish) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons (Hussars), now 18th Royal Hussars, rides across a plain. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870
[Ref: 33547]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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A Private of the 13.th. Light Dragoons.
A Private of the 13.th. Light Dragoons.
Drawn & Etched by C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. April 1.st. 1812 by Colnahgi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. 255 x 320mm (10 x 12½").
Exterior scene depicting a mounted private of the 13th Light Dragoons (now Light Dragoons) galloping across the landscape, brandishing a sword. A mounted soldier is depicted behind, exiting the scene. The 13th Light Dragoons were engaged in the Peninsular War in 1812 and went on to participate in the Battle of Waterloo and the Crimean War. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33554]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Light Dragoons Serving in the East Indies.
Light Dragoons Serving in the East Indies.
C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London. Pub.d. 2.nd. July 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint, with large margins. Plate: 255 x 330mm (9 x 13"). Three small holes in left-hand margin from binding. Staining on lover edge of lower margin.
Exterior scene depicting three mounted soldiers from three Light Dragoon cavalry regiments galloping across the landscape, brandishing weapons. A small temple-like building and a man driving an elephant and camel can be seen in the distance. The 22nd Dragoons (disbanded in 1945), the 8th Dragoons (now 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars) and the 24th Dragoons (disbanded in 1819) all served in India at the turn of the nineteenth-century. From 'Costumes of the army of the British Empire, according to the last regulation of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33489]   £360.00  
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An Officer , Private & Driver of the Royal Waggon Train.
An Officer , Private & Driver of the Royal Waggon Train.
Drawn & Etched by C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. April 1.st. 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 320 x 255mm (12½ x 10").
Exterior scene depicting three soldiers and an officer of the Royal Waggon Train (now Royal Logistics Corps), a corps responsible for the managment of transport and supplies, pulling a wagon. Formed in 1799 as the Royal Waggon Corps it was renamed in 1802 as the Royal Waggon Train. From 'Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812'.
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33557]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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An Aide de Camp, and Brigade Major of Cavalry.
An Aide de Camp, and Brigade Major of Cavalry.
C. H. S. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London. Pub.d. Sep.r. 1.st. 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins. Plate: 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13").
Exterior scene in which a Brigade Major and his Aide de Camp gallop through the landscape. Ranks of cavalry are depicted in the background. From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812".
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33484]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Hussars and Infantry of the Duke of Brunswick Oels's Corps.
Hussars and Infantry of the Duke of Brunswick Oels's Corps.
H.H. Aquatinted by J. C. Stadler.
London Pub.d. 2.d. July 1812 by Colnaghi & C.o. 23 Cockspur Street.
Very fine coloured aquatint with large margins; 1811 J. Whatman watermark. Plate: 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13").
Exterior scene in which three soldiers, dressed in their distinctive black uniform, stand in conversation, one leaning against a horse. Three mounted soldiers are depicted in the middle distance. The Duke of Brunswick Oels's Corp had originally been a voluntry corp created by Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1771-1815) to fight Napoleon. Once incorporated into the British Army the corps, made up principally of Prussians and German patriots, was cut off from recruiting in Germany and so was restricted to recruiting from prisoner of war camps. Nevertheless, the corps played its part in several battles including the Battle of Waterloo. From "Costumes of the Army of the British Empire, according to the last regulations of 1812".
Ogilvy 870.
[Ref: 33485]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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York Light Infantry Volunteers. A Serjeant in Morning Parade Dress, A Private on Duty.
York Light Infantry Volunteers. A Serjeant in Morning Parade Dress, A Private on Duty.
C.H.S. Aquatinted by I.C. Stadler.
London, Pub.d 1.st Dec.r 1813 by Colnaghi & Co. 23 Cockspur Square.
Fine hand-coloured aquatint. Plate 324 x 248mm. 12¾ x 9¾". Slightly trimmed margins.
Two officers in full uniform with rifle and bayonet. From Charles Hamilton Smith's "Costume of the Army of the British Empire, according to the Last Regulations, 1812"; a record of how Wellington's troops were uniformed and equipped.
Ogilby: 870; 35. NAM. 1950-11-33-45.
[Ref: 21388]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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