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The prints are 24.5 x 37.5 cm (9 ½ ″ x 14 ½ ″) on medium cardstock weighing 144 g/sm2 faced in light greyish blue (RGB: d4e1e9), backed in white. Shown here are scans of the prints. Published in 1965 by © Hugh Evelyn Limited, London; drawn by Colonel P.H. Smitherman

Pikeman, 1660 (Honourable Artillery Company)
Pikeman, 1660 (Honourable Artillery Company)
Ceremonial dress of a unit of The Honourable Artillery Company (the HAC) today description below
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Musketeer, 1st Guards, 1660 (Grenadier Guards)
Musketeer, 1st Guards, 1660 (Grenadier Guards)
Named The Grenadier Guards after the Battle Waterloo, 1815; Part of the Guards Division Description below
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Officer, 1669
Officer, 1669
Unknown unit (possibly the 2nd Foot or Tangier Regiment) description below
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Officer, Coldstream Guards, 1680
Officer, Coldstream Guards, 1680
The Coldstream Guards, part of the Guards Division description below
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Grenadier Officer, 1st Guards, 1688 (Grenadier Guards)
Grenadier Officer, 1st Guards, 1688 (Grenadier Guards)
Named The Grenadier Guards after the Battle Waterloo, 1815; Part of the Guards Division description below
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Sergeant, Royal Scots, 1707
Sergeant, Royal Scots, 1707
Royal Scots and KOSB were merged into 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland in 2006 description below
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Grenadier, 2nd Foot, 1715 (Queen’s Royal Regiment)
Grenadier, 2nd Foot, 1715 (Queen’s Royal Regiment)
The Queen’s Royal Regiment of Foot merged into The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment in 2006 description below
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Officer, 1720
Officer, 1720
 Officer, Regiment Unknown description below
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Grenadier, 3rd Foot, 1725 (Royal East Kent – The Buffs)
Grenadier, 3rd Foot, 1725 (Royal East Kent – The Buffs)
The Buffs (Royal East Kent) merged into The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment in 1992 description below
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Officer, 6th Foot, 1735 (Royal Warwickshire)
Officer, 6th Foot, 1735 (Royal Warwickshire)
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment merged into 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers in 1968 description below
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