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Officers' helmet worn by Captain William Tyrwhitt Drake, Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 1815 (c) | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

Officers' helmet worn by Captain William Tyrwhitt Drake, Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 1815 (c) | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

A scarce officer`s 17th Lancers Chapska (helmet) plate with battle honours upto and including Crimea, 1854

A scarce officer`s 17th Lancers Chapska (helmet) plate with battle honours upto and including Crimea, 1854

Waterloo200 - 1812 'Belgic' British infantry cap. This is an English infantry soldier’s cap, 1812 pattern, made of beaver felt, bound with black ribbon. This cap was worn by the majority of British foot-soldiers at the Battle of Waterloo. http://www.nam.ac.uk/waterloo200/200-object/1812-belgic-british-infantry-cap/ #W200Items

Waterloo200 - 1812 'Belgic' British infantry cap. This is an English infantry soldier’s cap, 1812 pattern, made of beaver felt, bound with black ribbon. This cap was worn by the majority of British foot-soldiers at the Battle of Waterloo. http://www.nam.ac.uk/waterloo200/200-object/1812-belgic-british-infantry-cap/ #W200Items

1780 British Light company officer's helmet at the National Army Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Light companies tended to consist of the fastest and most agile soldiers of a regiment. In 1771 a light company was added to every British infantry battalion. The leather helmet which light company soldiers wore was practical and lightweight, but still strong enough to protect the wearer from sword and tomahawk blows."

1780 British Light company officer's helmet at the National Army Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Light companies tended to consist of the fastest and most agile soldiers of a regiment. In 1771 a light company was added to every British infantry battalion. The leather helmet which light company soldiers wore was practical and lightweight, but still strong enough to protect the wearer from sword and tomahawk blows."

Forage cap worn by Private Charles Gray, 2nd Battalion, 10th (North Lincolnshire) Regiment, 1810 (c) | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

Forage cap worn by Private Charles Gray, 2nd Battalion, 10th (North Lincolnshire) Regiment, 1810 (c) | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

East India Company Indian Army. 56th Bengal Native Infantry Officer’s bell top shako circa 1829-35.

East India Company Indian Army. 56th Bengal Native Infantry Officer’s bell top shako circa 1829-35.

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