VICTORIAN ROYAL ENGINEER

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    snidervolley
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    VICTORIAN ROYAL ENGINEER

    Post by snidervolley on Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:11 pm

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    fourtycoats
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    Re: VICTORIAN ROYAL ENGINEER

    Post by fourtycoats on Fri Oct 17, 2014 4:35 pm

    That is a current full dress jacket for a private in the Grenadier Guards. The clues are the grenade on the collar, the badge on the epaulettes and the row of single buttons down the front. The Guards infantry regiments are distinguished by, amongst other things, the way the jacket buttons are arranged,:
    1. Single buttons-- Grenadiers.
    2. Double buttons--Coldstream
    3. Buttons in threes -Scots Guards
    4. Buttons in fours---Irish Guards
    5.Buttons in fives --- Welsh Guards

    These red jackets, known as "full dress" are the last hangover from the Victorian era.

    snidervolley
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    Re: VICTORIAN ROYAL ENGINEER

    Post by snidervolley on Fri Oct 17, 2014 4:49 pm

    thanks fourty coats

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