Major, 10th Foot, 1864 (Lincolnshire Regiment)

Original price was: £25.00.Current price is: £17.50.

1685 raised;  1751 10th (North Lincoln) Foot; 1881 Lincolnshire Regiment;
1960 2nd East Anglian;  1964 Royal Anglian Regiment – R ANGLIAN

Published 1970 © Hugh Evelyn Limited; artist Colonel P.H. Smitherman (1910-1982);
c. 24 x 37 cm (9″ x 14″) medium cardstock 144 g/sm² in light greyish blue Hex: d4e1e8;
Shown here is a scan of the print.
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Cap and beret badge
Lincolnshire Regiment and Royal Lincolnshire Regiment cap badges

Since 1964 part of The Anglian Regiment. The 10th Foot was raised on 20 June 1685 as the Earl of Bath’s Regiment for its first Colonel, John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath., and gained many battle honours under Marlborough, and in India during the Sikh wars. It became the Lincolnshire Regiment in 1881 (The Royal Lincolnshire after WW II) and is now part of the Royal Anglian Regiment, of the Queen’s Division.

The double-breasted tunic did not last very long, being soon replaced by the single-breasted version shown here, and yet another version of the shako was produced, this time covered in blue cloth. The sleeves of the tunic are here shown cut much looser, either as being more suitable for active service or, more probably, to conform with the civilian fashion of the day. The red walking-out dress of the is like that of this officer.

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Dimensions 24 × 37.5 cm