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'32nd Regiment of foot', 1742 (c)

Engraving from, 'A Representation of the Cloathing of His Majesty's Houshold and of all the Forces upon the Establishments of Great Britain 1742', a volume of 104 coloured engravings, published 1742 (c).

The 32nd was raised in 1702 and served with the British Army until 1881 when it was merged into The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. In the mid-18th century its uniform included the traditional red coat with white facings (tails, lapels and cuffs).

NAM Accession Number

NAM. 2004-10-87-64


National Army Museum, London


National Army Museum, Study collection

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