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Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« on: August 27, 2014, 06:40:14 am »
I dont know about you folk but I love millitary paintings and plates. I have a 1.2 gig folder containing 2,384 pictures I have saved over the last three years. Surely there must be others who share my passion for some good ol Karl Rochling?

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Austrian Empire

Infantry & Artillery
Line Officer in Winter Coat
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German Infantry 1796
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Hungarian Infantry 1798
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Pioneer 1796
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Uhlan 1815
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Hussar 1814
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Jager 1809
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German and Hungarian Musketeers 1806
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Artillery Train 1798-1803
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German Infantry 1798-1805
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Hungarian Grenadiers 1805
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Volunteers 1805-1809
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Hungarian Officer and German Drummer and Grenadier
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German Musicians 1811-1814
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Jager 1798-1805
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Austrian infantry attack at Aspern & Wagram 1809
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German and Hungarian Grenadiers and Musketeers
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Battle of Wagram. Austrian grenadiers defend Aderklaa against French troops from Molitor’s division.
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Pioneers and General Staff 1800-1809
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German Infantry in closed ranks under fire from French Skirmishers
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Early style German Infantryman
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Austrian Artillery at park.
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German Grenadiers storming French held positions. 1809
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Early style musketeer uniforms
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German Infantry in open order with Hungarian Grenadier
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Landwehr 1809
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German Fusiliers and Grenadiers 1796
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Artillery, Staff and Light Infantry 1800
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Infantry displaying Austrian uniforms of varying years
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Infantry in campaign dress 1809-1815
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Various Grenzer Uniforms
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Various Landwehr Uniforms
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Evolution of Hungarian uniforms
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Grenadier (Nr37) , Uhlan (Nr1) and Prussian Landwehr
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Light Battalion
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German and Hungarian Grenadier
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Early Napoleonic Hungarian Infantry
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Early Napoleonic German Infantry
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Grenz Regiment Nr.4 Nr.7 Nr.14
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Volunteers 1805-1809
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Landwehr and Light Infantry
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Landwehr Campaign Uniforms
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Austrian Fusiliers and French Chasseurs
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German Officer
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Hungarian Grenadiers under attack by the French 5e Hussards
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Austrian Contingent of the Grand Armee's invasion of Russia
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German Fusilier and Grenadiers fighting in urban combat
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Grenadiers in open order. Italian Campaign
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Artillery dragging cannon on to line
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Fusiliers in open order. Italian Campaign
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Cavalry
Kurassiers 1796
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Light Dragoons 1800
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Uhlan 1798-1805
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Hussar 1798-1806
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Kurassiers 1798-1806
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General 1805
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Uhlan 1796
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Light Cavalry 1769-1798
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Hussar with Flag 1790's
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Jager Regiment zu Pferd Graf Bussy (1797)
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Ulan Regiment No. 2 'Prince Schwarzenberg
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Husaren Regiment Furst-Lichtenstein (1813)
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Ulan Regiment No. 2 'Prince Schwarzenberg
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Hungarian Hussar
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Kurassiers 1815
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Bavaria and Baden

Infantry

3. Light Battalion 1812
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Light and Garde Infantry 1812
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Line Infantry and Grenadier Officer
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Jager and Fusilier 1807-1811
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Infantry Advancing, Boridino 1812
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Infantry capturing a Russian Battery, Boridino 1812
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Company in Formation 1816
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Fusilier and Drummer
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Drummer 2. Regiment
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Infantry and Cavalry 1812
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Infantry 1806-1812
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Garde Grenadier Regiment in Formation 1814
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Garde Grenadier Private
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Infantry on Parade
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Infantry Company in Formation
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Cavalry and Artillery

Foot Artillery 1812
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Light Dragoons 1809
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Officer of Dragoons 1810
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chevauleger
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Officer 2. Chevaulegers
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Trooper 5. Chevaulegerss
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Officer and Trooper of Chevaulegerss
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Great Britian

Infantry
28th Foot Retreat from Corruna
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Captain 49th Foot, Artillery and Newfoundland Fencibles 1812
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Canadian Fencibles and Millitia
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10th Royal Veterand and Marines 1812
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Troops stationed in America 1800
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10th Royal Veterans and Nova Scotia Fencibles 1807
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Canadian Militia 1812-1813
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Canadian Militia and Light Dragoons 813
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Fencibles and Light Infantry 1813
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104th Foot and Canadian Light Infantry
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Private 43rd Light Foot
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Flank Companies America 1814
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British Infantry storming French Breastworks
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71st Highland Light Foot, Spain
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Guardsman after the end of the fighting at Waterloo
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93rd Highlanders 1814
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Battalion Company 93rd Highlanders 1801
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92nd Regiment of Foot "Gordon Highlanders"
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92nd Regiment of Foot "Gordon Highlanders"
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Officer and Corporal, Gordon Highlanders 1815
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54th and 58th Foot
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Dress and Undress uniforms
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Royal Artillery Uniforms
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Scots Guards, Talevara 1809
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Officers 92nd Highlanders
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Grenadier Guards with Bearskin Caps
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3rd and 31st Foot early style uniforms
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British Infantry defending a fort
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Light Company Coldstream Guards
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Coldstream Guards Waterloo 1815
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Grenadier Guards Waterloo 1815
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Grenadier Guards embarking for Spain 1808
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Cameron Highlanders
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Sapper
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Private 3rd Foot 1812
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Canadian Millitia 1814
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Infantry on parade
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British Infantry and repulsing the French Middle Guard at Waterloo
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Infantry on the march
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Storming a French fort, Spain
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French Light Infantry and British Battalion Companies at Night
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Death of General Pikton
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Square of the Black Watch repulsing Curassiers
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33rd,54th, 69th Foot and Royal Artillery
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Square of the 28th Foot at Waterloo
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  Caputring of French Guns at Waterloo
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Black Watch at Quatre Bras
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French Dragoons and British Light Infantry
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1st Foot Guards 1815
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5th Battalion 60th Foot
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Kings German Legion Light Infantry
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Officer 60th Foot
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Light Infantry early uniforms
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Early style Light Infantry Uniforms
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Rifleman 1800
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Officer 60th Foot
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Turncoat Curassier warns officer of the 51st Foot of an oncoming Cavalry charge
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Infantry and Cavalry, Spain
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Infantry 1815
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Cameron Highlanders Waterloo 1815
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42nd Foot in open order
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51st Foot skirmishing, Waterloo 1815
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Coldstream Guards, Waterloo 1815
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42nd Foot in melee with French Light Infantry
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Infantry under fire
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British and Portuguese Infantry
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Infantry Southern Italy Campaign
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The 31st Foot at Albuhera, May, 1811
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Ensign Richard Vance and Edward Furnace with the Colours of the 29th. Battle of Albuhera, 16th April 1811
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Vistula Legion Uhlans slaughter the Buffs, Spain 1811
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NCO at rest
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Skirmish pair 52nd Foot
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Officer of Light Infantry
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KGL Rifleman
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Highland Infantry
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Cameron Highlanders
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1st Battalion 57th Foot
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Square 28th Foot
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2nd Company royal Marines
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Private 93rd Foot 1814
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Training in Skirmish pairs
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The light brigade assaults French posotions
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1st Regiment of Foot
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Holland Campaign 1794
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Royal Marine
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Private Highland Light Foot
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Melee in the British Square
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Drummer
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Officer Royal Marines
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NCO with spontoon, Royal Marines
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Private Royal Marines
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Attack at night
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92nd Highlanders
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Colors of the 45th ligne being returned to British Lines
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Foot Guards
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King's German Legion(1811)
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KGL Light Battalion 1803-1809
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Brunswick Hussar Officer 1813
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Sepoys 1805-1810
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Bengall Infantry (1801) - West Indian Regiment (1812)
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Cavalry
Hussars
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Light Dragoons
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Heavy Cavalry on the charge
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Scots Greys taking the eagle of the 45e Ligne
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Heavy Dragoon, Spain
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Union Brigade at Waterloo
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Scots Greys at Waterloo
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7th Hussars fording a river
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7th "Queens Own" Hussars
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Heavy Cavalry 1815
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Hussar 1815
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Queens Hussars
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Heavy Cavalry and Trumpeter 1815
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British Hussars
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Scotland forever
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Prussia

Infantry & Artillery

Foot Guards 1808-1813
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Silesian Infantry 1808-1813
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8. Leib Regiment 1815
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Foot Artillery and Engineers 1813
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Reservists 1813
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Forgiegn Formations 1813-1815
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Russo German Legion (1813) and drummer of the Colberge Regiment (1812)
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Fusilier Battalion of the Colberge Regiment in camp 1811-1812
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11. Infantry Regiment 1794
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59. Infantry Regiment 1803-1806
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2. Infantry Regiment Campaign Dress 1806
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Grenadiers 1806
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18. Infantry Regiment 1805
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Musketeer and Drummer pre 1806
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Horse Artillery and Engineers 1806
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Musketeer and Grenadiers 1803-1806
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Light Infantry

Schuetzen 1806
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Silesian Schuetzen 1808-1814
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Line and Garde Jagers
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Jagers 1806-1813
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Fusiliers 1792-1800
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Fusiliers 1806
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Fusilier Battalion 1. West Prussian Infantry 1808-1814
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Volunteer Jagers 1813-1815
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Fusiliers and Jagers 1792-1806
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Cavalry

Garde du Corps 1813-1815
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Curassiers 1813
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Uhlans 1813
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Hussar 1792
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2. Hussar Regiment 1806
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United States of America

Regular Army Line Officer (1792) and Light Dragoon (1812)
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Pioneer 25th Infantry - Musician 1st Artillery 1813
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Private 1st Infantry (1812) - Officer of Light Artillery 1812
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US Staff Officer & 1st US Rifles Reg. Officer, 1814
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Officer and Volunteer Rifleman 1814
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17th United States Infantry at the Raisin River
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Winter Dress 1800-1801
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15th Infantry
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Kentucky Mounted Rifles
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Various units and equipment
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Infantry at Rest
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Infantryman Summer Uniform
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Private of Scott's Brigade
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Us Marine
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Collor Bearer 25thUS
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Private US MArines 1812
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Private 32nd Infantry
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1st Ohio Millitia
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Light Dragoons 1812
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Infantry 1812-1813
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1st Rifle Regiment
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Infantry and Drummer 1812
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Pioneers and Infantry 1812-1814
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Volunteers and Staff 1814
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Duchy of Warsaw

Officer 15th Uhlans 1812
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Grenadier 13pp 1812
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Officer 8th French Lancers (Former Vistula Uhlans)
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Officer Polish Legion 1800
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Vistulla Legion 1809 - Legion Danube 1799
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Sweden

Infantry and Cavalry 1808-1813
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The Netherlands

Flanker of a National Guard battalion, print by Genty, made during the occupation of Paris (July 1815)
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Flanker of the guard militia of the capital Amsterdam, October 29, 1817
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A Southern Dutch Jager-Flanker, 1815
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Dutch regular Infantry 1815
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Belgian Flanquer 1815
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Dutch (Left) and Belgic (Right) Light Infantry. Notice the Dutch being issued Austrian style Shackos and the Belgians British.[img
Millitia Waterloo
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Southern Dutch (Belgian) militiaman
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Flankeur, East Indies Regiment
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Prince of Orange Rallying Militia 1815
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« Last Edit: September 14, 2014, 08:58:34 pm by Millander »
Of course, I also think lines should be able to move in double rank without having emotional breakdowns.

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Re: Military Uniform Plates/Images
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2014, 06:47:17 am »
what's a plate?


Mr O'Brien :P

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Re: Military Uniform Plates/Images
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2014, 06:49:04 am »
Ill start out with a series of French Cavalry. I could probably post hundreds but I will try to keep each post of similar pictures.

garde d'honneur
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Grenadiers à Cheval de la Garde Impériale
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Regiment de Curassiers
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Chasseurs à Cheval de la Garde Impériale
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1er régiment de chevau-légers lanciers de la Garde Impériale
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Chasseurs à Cheval de ligne
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Régiment de chevau-légers lanciers de ligne
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artillerie a cheval
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4ème Régiment de Dragons
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Re: Military Uniform Plates/Images
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2014, 06:50:53 am »
what's a plate?


Mr O'Brien :P

A sketch or painting primarily showing a few figures or uniform.

For example
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Re: Military Uniform Plates/Images
« Reply #4 on: August 27, 2014, 06:54:06 am »
what's a plate?


Mr O'Brien :P

A sketch or painting primarily showing a few figures or uniform.

For example
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ah, never heard of the term...

you mean like this sort of stuff?

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Re: Military Uniform Plates/Images/Paintings
« Reply #5 on: August 27, 2014, 06:58:37 am »
Well plates or normally strictly associated with sketches primarily showcasing uniform. Lady Butlers painting of the 2nd North British Dragoons wouldn't necessarily fall under that category.

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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2014, 07:17:09 pm »
Love these sort of pics :)

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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2014, 07:25:57 pm »
I think this painting made after period sketches (by the same artists) can be considered showcasing a uniform. I'm not gonna pass on an opportunity to post these sexy fuckers.

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And for extra detailed sexyness: fullsize

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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #8 on: September 01, 2014, 10:57:07 pm »
Marins de la Garde Imperiale

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Sapeurs-Mineurs de la Garde
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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #9 on: September 01, 2014, 11:00:50 pm »
French Light Infantry 1805-1806
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French Grenadiers (Ligne?) 1805-1806
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Russian Musketeers and Grenadiers 1805-1806
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Russian Officers on Campaign
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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #10 on: September 01, 2014, 11:01:48 pm »
History porn.
Keep it up, Millander!
Probably one of the very few old-timers here who hasn't been a regimental leader.

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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2014, 11:03:00 pm »
Any requests? Should have about every faction.
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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #12 on: September 01, 2014, 11:04:05 pm »
Netherlands plez
Polan is of dangerous to FSE
Im from Poland , a land of lawlessness

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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #13 on: September 01, 2014, 11:05:23 pm »
Netherlands plez

The Dutch might have kicked ass, they still mostly dressed as plebs anyways, don't bother.
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Re: Napoleonic Military Paintings/Sketches/Uniform Plates
« Reply #14 on: September 01, 2014, 11:09:25 pm »
Ill have to sort through my gallery. I have never been super interested in them so I might have to add a few more pics. Im also putting together all my picture of non regulation French Light Infantry uniforms in Spain.

Heres a starter. Ill try and find my osprey book.

Of course, I also think lines should be able to move in double rank without having emotional breakdowns.