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Description Object Type NAM Accession Number
British military clasp knife, 1993; manufactured by A Wright and Son Limited. Equipment, general 1998-06-33
Metrohm insulation and continuity tester, Model 9A; in yellow fibre case with leads and instruction booklet; calibrated 11 Jan 1993, Indent No 804781, case Nato stock No 6625/99/740/0534; manufactured by Edgcumbe Instruments, Glasgow, 1993 (c). Scientific Instruments 1998-06-34
Hexamine solid fuel cooker, 1990 (c); wrapped in original wax paper packaging. Equipment, general 1998-06-35
Pair of identity discs on a shoe lace, T B Fisher, 1915 (c); one round red disc and one octagonal grey/green disc. Equipment, general 1998-06-36
Single round identity disc, 1939 (c); worn by Col E H Reeder. Equipment, general 1998-06-37
Swagger stick, 1930 (c); leather covered bamboo. Equipment, general 1998-06-38
Swagger stick, 1930 (c); leather covered wood. Equipment, general 1998-06-39
Malacca cane stick, 1930 (c). Equipment, general 1998-06-40
First field dressing, 1941; manufactured by S Maw and Sons Limited, London. Medical Equipment 1998-06-41
Naval Medical Service dressing, 1916; manufactured by Cuxson, Gerrard and Company Limited, Birmingham and Oldbury. Medical Equipment 1998-06-42
SUSAN AND OSMUND, 1786 (c). Sepia mixed method engraving by Robert Sal Marcuard after Ramberg; published by I Birchall, Strand, London, 1 Mar 1786; a lady (Susan) leans dramatically against her departing light cavalryman (Osmund) whilst two small boys attempt to climb his horse; with poem. Medals 1998-06-43
SUSAN AND OSMUND, 1786 (c). Sepia mixed method engraving by Robert Sal Marcuard after Ramberg; published by I Birchall, Strand, London, 1 Mar 1786; a lady (Susan) leans dramatically against her departing light cavalryman (Osmund) whilst two small boys attempt to climb his horse; with poem. Prints 1998-06-43
A VIEW OF THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT ON COX HEATH, 1778 (c). Sepia engraving by J Cardwell after W Hamilton; published by J Boydell, Cheapside, Torre Market Lane, St James's and F Vaivares, Great Newport Street, 24 Nov 1778. Prints 1998-06-44
The RETURN of the GRENADIER to his WIFE and FAMILY, 1798 (c). Stipple engraving by W Bond after I Eckstein; published by W Bond, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, 1 Sep 1798; a Grenadier Guardsman is greeted by his wife, whilst a fellow guardsman and his parents look on; associated with Wars of the French Revolution (1793-1802). Prints 1998-06-45
Soldiers advancing up a hill during a battle, 1815 (c); A Charge of Hussars, 1815 (c); two circular engravings, published 1812 (c); two vignettes; a soldier on horseback riding into battle and soldiers climbing over a hill and into battle. Prints 1998-06-46
ROYAL ARTILLERY, 1850 (c). Coloured lithograph by Wood, published 1850 (c); single figure study with field gun and buildings in distance. Prints 1998-06-47
Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1820 (c). Watercolour and ink, possibly by L Molyneux, 1820 (c). Drawings and Watercolours 1998-06-48
General Bennigsen, 1807 (c). Stipple engraving by Ridley and Blood, published by J Asperne for the 'European Magazine', Cornhill, 1 Jun 1807; oval vignette, head and shoulders in uniform facing three-quarters left. Prints 1998-06-49
Pattern 1821 Heavy Cavalry Officer's undress sword, 1888. Presented to Field Marshal W R Robertson on his being commissioned as a second lieutenant in the 3rd (Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards, 20 Apr 1888, by Colonel R T Maillard, 16th (The Queen's) Lancers. Edged Weapons 1998-06-130
SIR BERNARD ASTLEY COL. & SON OF SIR JACOB ASTLEY, 1642 (c). Line engraving by M V Gucht, 1680 (c); oval vignette head and shoulders portrait in armour; possibly from Clarendon's History of England. Prints 1998-06-50
Battle of Vittoria, 1814. Watercolour, possibly by Lt Col Thomas McNiven, 1814 (c); troops advancing with gun smoke in the distance, dead and wounded in the foreground; from scrapbook of Lt Gen Molyneux. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-06-51
Princess Mary gift tin, with sweets, for non-smokers, 1914. Equipment, general 1998-06-131
Keep Outside - Oh Dear it is so Dirty..., 1830 (c). Coloured etching by 'Paul Pry' (William Heath), published by J Mclean, 26 Haymarket, as No86 in the series Modern Military Gallantry, 1830 (c); caricature of a Grenadier Guard sending away an elegant young lady, followed by an old lady, from the steps of Buckingham Palace. Prints 1998-06-52
Cased medical instrument set; belonged to Sgn Col Sir James Magill, Royal Army Medical Corps and Coldstream Guards, 1875-1907 (c); Boer War 1899-1902. Medical Equipment 1998-06-132
Typescript letter written by Nursing Sister M Farley, from the Military Hospital, Prieska, Cape Colony, South Africa, 3 Jan 1901. Archives 1998-06-133
Album of paintings and sketches (with some paper ephemera) of Col (later Gen Sir) The Hon George Cadogan (1814-1880), Grenadier Guards; also known as 'Cadogan's Crimea', 1854-1856. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-06-128
Album of paintings and sketches (with some paper ephemera) of Col (later Gen Sir) The Hon George Cadogan (1814-1880), Grenadier Guards; also known as 'Cadogan's Crimea', 1854-1856. Prints 1998-06-128
A Waterloo Hero! The Major part of the Scotch Grays, 1822 (c). Coloured etching published by McCleary, 32 Nassau Street, Dublin, 1822; full-length caricature portrait of Lt Col Thomas Pate Hankin, in profile to left, holding walking stick. Prints 1998-06-53
7TH HUSSARS, 1824 (c). Coloured lithograph after D Alexander, published by James Del Vecchio, 4 Haymarket, London and Dublin, Dec 1824; mounted soldier in uniform turned three-quarters away. Prints 1998-06-54
Iraqi Army recruiting poster, 1991; colour photolithograph, published for the Iraqi Government, 1991; with the Iraqi flag, a soldier's head, bayonet and automatic gun; the dates 1991 and 1921 at centre; photographic vignette of a demonstration below; one of several items collected by the donor during the conflict. Prints 1998-06-129
3RD LIGHT DRAGOONS, 1824 (c). Coloured lithograph after D Alexander, published by James Del Vecchio, 4 Haymarket, London and Dublin, Feb 1825; mounted soldier in uniform. Prints 1998-06-55
ROYAL ARTILLERY, 1825 (c). Coloured lithograph after D Alexander, published by James Del Vecchio, 4 Haymarket, London and Dublin, Feb 1825; mounted soldier in uniform turned three-quarters away. Prints 1998-06-56
14TH LIGHT DRAGOONS, 1825 (c). Coloured lithograph after D Alexander, published by James Del Vecchio, 4 Haymarket, London and Dublin, January 1825; mounted soldier in uniform turned three-quarters away. Prints 1998-06-57
Medal group awarded to Cpl C Brown, 23rd (County of London) Bn London Regiment, 1914-1920: British War Medal 1914-20; Allied Victory Medal 1914-19. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Medals 1998-06-124
8TH & 53rd & 40th REG.TS, 1825 (c). Coloured lithograph after D Alexander, published by James Del Vecchio, 4 Haymarket, London and Dublin, 1825 (c). Prints 1998-06-58
HUSSARS A View Near Mont St Jean. Charge like lightening with the remains of your troop on the flanks of the Lancers, 1815 (c). Coloured engraving, possibly after William Heath, published 1815 (c); officer giving orders to charge with advance taking place in the background. Prints 1998-06-59
Cap badge and lapel badge, Unidentified and Air-Raid warden, 1939 (c); associated with Cpl C Brown. Badges 1998-06-125
A LIFE GUARD, 1828 (c). Coloured etching by and after William Heath, published by Thomas McLean, 26 Haymarket, 1828; full-length figure study, standing in an archway. Prints 1998-06-60
Cap badge, 23rd (County of London Bn) London Regiment, 1914-1920; worn by Cpl C Brown. Badges 1998-06-126
Prize shooting medal awarded by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs, 1900. Medals 1998-06-127
THERE CAME A TALE TO ENGLAND ALMA BALAKLAVA INKERMANN, 1856 (c). Engraved greetings card, published 1856 (c); British, French and Turkish (?) colours surrounding a laurel and oak leaf circle within which are Crimean War battle honours. Prints 1998-06-61
Army dating signal stamp, Mk II, 1939 (c); manufactured by ENM Limited Equipment, general 1998-06-134
HRH THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE, K.G., 1870 (c). Chromolithograph after Faustin, published as a 'Figaro Cartoon' in the Sketchbook of Celebrities, 1870 (c). Prints 1998-06-62
Asia Minor, 1878 (c). Chromolithograph after 'Ape' (Carlo Pellegrini); published by Vincent Brooks Day and Son for 'Vanity Fair', 8 Jun 1878; full-length caricature portrait of Lt General Sir Arnold Burrows Kemball. Prints 1998-06-63
Second in Zulu Land, 1879 (c). Chromolithograph after 'Spy' (Leslie Ward); published by Vincent Brooks Day and Son for 'Vanity Fair', 15 Mar 1879; full-length caricature portrait of Lt Col John North Crealock. Prints 1998-06-64
He was made a Statesman because he was a soldier, 1870 (c). Chromolithograph after 'Ape' (Carlo Pellegrini), published by Vincent Brooks Day and Son for 'Vanity Fair', 20 Aug 1878; full-length caricature portrait of Lord Strathnairn. Prints 1998-06-65
South Africa Medal for Zulu and Basuto Wars 1877-79, with clasp: South Africa 1877-8; awarded to Trooper Mjanguve, Bolotwa Tembus Bantu Levies. Medals 1998-06-123
Commission to Dorothy Ellen Adams as a Lieutenant in the Women's Royal Army Corps, 1 May 1950. Archives 1998-06-101
19 letters, with enclosures, relating to a proposal to form a 'City of London Imperial Volunteers Association'; printed in 'Legion' magazine, 1992. Archives 1998-06-102
Transcript of a diary of Regimental Sergeant Major G C Duncan, Royal Scots Greys, while attached to 1st Australian Horse, South Africa, Oct 1899 to Apr 1900. Archives 1998-06-103
Papers relating to the wounding of Major Maurice Lowndes, 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers at the battle of Talana Hill, 20 Oct 1899 and his subsequent convalescence during the siege of Ladysmith: 2 letters; 7 telegrams; medical report. Archives 1998-06-104
Typescript copy of the journal of Major General Thomas Grosvenor kept during the Copenhagen expedition, 17- 21 Aug 1807. Archives 1998-06-106
Two pamphlets: 'Rules of the Balaklava Commemoration Society' 1877, including a list of the then survivors of the Charge of the Light Brigade; programme of the Golden Commemoration of the Indian Mutiny Veterans at the Royal Albert Hall, 23 Dec 1907. Archives 1998-06-107
Commemorative scroll for 2/Lt R A F S King, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1918 (c). Archives 1998-06-108
German propaganda leaflet: 'I Want To Go Home', collected by Major David Horton, Reconnaissance Corps, Cassino, Italy, 1944. Archives 1998-06-109
Photocopy of volumes 5 and 6 of the Crimean War Journal of Capt Lumley Graham, 41st Foot, 3 May-27 Aug 1855. Archives 1998-06-110
Permanent pass, 1915, and a divisional commendation, 29th Division, for the conduct of Cpl R Blyth, 7th Bn Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Ploegstreet, Belgium, 4 Sep 1918. Archives 1998-06-111
Pamphlet issued by the Ministry of Defence to personnel, explaining the rationale behind the latest Defence Review, Feb 1998. Archives 1998-06-112
Typescript copy and photocopy of the memoir of the Battle of Balaklava, 1854, written by ex-Troop Sergeant Major Joseph James Pardoe, 1st Royal Dragoons, 1885 (c). Archives 1998-06-113
Letter of condolence from Capt J H A Idris to the mother of Pte H W J Routley, 1/6th Bn The London Regiment, 21 Sept 1918; with an 'In Memoriam' card, portrait photograph and some of Routley's poetry. Archives 1998-06-114
Letter of condolence from Capt J H A Idris to the mother of Pte H W J Routley, 1/6th Bn The London Regiment, 21 Sept 1918; with an 'In Memoriam' card, portrait photograph and some of Routley's poetry. Photographs 1998-06-114
Papers relating to Tpr Stanley Risebrow, Royal Tank Corps, 1924-1951. Archives 1998-06-115
Three colour copies, with transcripts, of letters written by members of the Woolnough family, 1852-1856. Archives 1998-06-116
Diary written by Major C P Vaughan DSO: 'A Record of the Operations of 7th Bn The Nigeria Regiment in Burma from Apr to Jul 1944' Archives 1998-06-117
Commemorative scroll for L/Cpl Albert Edward Griffin, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment), 1916 (c). Archives 1998-06-118
Portrait photograph of L/Cpl Albert Edward Griffin, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment), 1916 (c). Photographs 1998-06-119
Programmes for the Imperial Indian Services Final Tamasha, held at the Guildhall, Portsmouth, 18 Jul 1997. Archives 1998-06-120
Laser copy group photograph of the officers and NCOs, 4th Bn, 8th Punjab Regiment, 20 Sept 1946. Photographs 1998-06-121
Eastney 1889. Mounted photograph showing six members of a rifle volunteer unit, possibly 3rd Volunteer Bn, Hampshire Regiment, 1889. Photographs 1998-06-122
War, 1879 (c). Chromolithograph after 'Ape' (Carlo Pellegrini), published by Vincent Brooks Day and Son for Vanity Fair, 24 May 1879; full-length caricature portrait of Colonel S Lanley. Prints 1998-06-66
The British Expedition, 1878 (c). Chromolithograph after 'Spy', published by Vincent Brooks Day and Son for Vanity Fair, 20 Apr 1878; caricature of Gen Lord Napier of Magdala. Prints 1998-06-67
Lord Hill, 1815 (c). Watercolour, inscribed with title and indistinct signature, 1820 (c). Drawings and Watercolours 1998-06-68
11th Hussars charging, 1830 (c). Coloured lithograph, published 1830 (c); cavalrymen riding into battle with enemy soldiers and cannon-fire in the background. Prints 1998-06-69
Officer Anglais se rendant a une partie de plaisir, (An English Officer complies to go to a pleasure party) 1820 (c). Coloured etching by Debucourt, after Carle Vernet, published by Bance and Aumourt, Paris, 1820 (c); an officer in uniform on horseback looking truculent. Prints 1998-06-70
LADY SALE, 9 January 1842. Lithograph by Richard Evan Sly, printed by W Clerk, published by Blackwood and Page, 154 Strand 1842 (c); Lady Florentia Sale on horseback, with her fellows on the retreat from Kabul, 1st Afghan War (1838-1842) Prints 1998-06-71
Inhuman Treatment of Captn Donald Campbell in India, 1780. Etching, published 1780 (c); the captain and a colleague seated in chains, watched over by Indian guards with Hyder Ali in the background. Prints 1998-06-72
Light Dragoon, 1760 (c). Engraving, published 1760 (c); mounted cavalryman holding his sword high. Prints 1998-06-73
School of Musketry in Hythe, 1860 (c)/ Camp Shorncliffe Kent, 1860 (c). Scrapsheet bearing two engravings, published 1860 (c). Prints 1998-06-74
Rifle Volunteers drilling, 1840 (c). Folded greetings card, chromolithograph cover and engraved panels, published 1840 (c). Prints 1998-06-75
THE VOLUNTEERS - FORCES FOR THE FRONT, 1900 (c). Photolithograph after Stanley Berkley, published as a supplement to 'The Sphere', 10 Feb 1900. Prints 1998-06-76
Curragh Encampment, 1860 (c). Engraving, published by E Hely Junr & Co, Dane Street, Dublin, 1860 (c); staff officers watching a training exercise, the camp buildings seen beyond. Prints 1998-06-77
'Thomas Browne', 1743. Coloured engraving by George Bickham, published 1743 (c). Sir Thomas Brown of the King's Regiment of Dragoons under the command of Humphrey Bland, recovering his regiment's standard at the Battle of Dettingen in 1743 during the War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748). Prints 1998-06-78
CAPTAIN ASGILL, 1740 (c). Line engraving, published 1740 (c); oval vignette, head and shoulders in uniform in profile to left, with hair en queue. Prints 1998-06-79
Set of six coloured engravings of military scenes, 1815 (c); probably by and after William Heath; published by Thomas McLean, 1827 (c); each with a cut-out title; originally in a mourning envelope inscribed: 'Six small coloured engravings 'military' 'old''. Prints 1998-06-80
His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief, 1862 (c). Coloured engraving after Henry Hope Crealock; published by J Hogarth, 5 Haymarket, 1 Jan 1862; portrait of Sir James Hope Grant on horseback, wearing a Poshteen. Prints 1998-06-81
Mr De Norman in his Campaigning Costume, 1862 (c). Coloured engraving after Henry Hope Crealock, published by J Hogarth, 5 Haymarket, 1 Jan 1862; full-length portrait wearing cloak and pipe. Prints 1998-06-82
JOHN MARQUIS OF GRANBY, 1760 (c). Mixed method engraving by S W Reynolds after Sir Joshua Reynolds, published by Hodgson Boys & Graves, Pall Mall, 1835; full-length portrait standing alongside his horse with a boy servant and battle scene in the background. Prints 1998-06-83
The Duke of Wellington; The Rival Heroes. Two coloured trompe l'oeil lithographs (framed as one); published by William Spooner as Nos 6 and 7 in the series 'Spooners Transformations', 1838; glass-backed frame. Prints 1998-06-84
The Royal Foundery, Woolwich, 1779 (c). Coloured etching by J Fittler, after P Sandby RA, published by G Kearsly, Fleet Street, 1 Dec 1779; the entrance to the Royal Foundry with workmen and cannons in the foreground. Prints 1998-06-85
THE HOLY ALLIANCE UNMASKED, 1823 (c). Coloured lithograph after E Purcese, published by J Dickinson, 114 New Bond Street, London, Feb 1823; political satire featuring Wellington and the military leaders of Spain, France and Russia attempting to quash the squabbles of the monarchs of Europe. Prints 1998-06-86
Lt Col Ross, 4th Dragoons, 1813 (c). Coloured engraving, published 1813 (c); full-length portrait in uniform, seen from behind. Prints 1998-06-87
A Pattern Adjutant, or the 77th edition of Dandyism, Adjt Molyneux 77th Regiment, 1815 (c). Coloured etching, published 1815 (c); standing with his back to the spectator, in a tight waisted blue coat looking at Sketches of Galway etc. Prints 1998-06-88
Colonel Groves, 1815 (c). Coloured engraving, published 1815 (c); full-length caricature portrait, sideways facing. Prints 1998-06-89
A Dash up St. James Street, Captain Cunningham, 1797 (c). Coloured etching after Sir James Gillray, possibly published by Mrs Hannah Humphrey, London, 1797 (c); caricature portrait standing in a foppish pose, viewed from behind. Prints 1998-06-90
A Hero of Corunna, 1812 (c). Coloured etching published by McCleary, 32 Nassau Street, 1812 (c); thought to be Capt William Verner, 7th Hussars, 1812 (c); full-length caricature portrait in hussar uniform. Prints 1998-06-91
Royal Artillery Barracks, 1780 (c). Etching published by J Baker, 1780 (c); the barracks at Woolwich viewed from the side with various activities taking place on the parade ground. Prints 1998-06-92
The 25th Day of the Month - or A Paymasters Levee, 1810 (c). Coloured etching, published 1810 (c); caricature of a paymasters office, with a group of officers lined up to receive their pay and yet finding themselves more in debt. Prints 1998-06-93
The Royal Horse Artillery, 1890 (c). Lithograph by and after Richard Simkin, published 1890 (c); three vignettes: 'Officer, Review Order', 'Officer, Drill Order', '9 pdr Gun and Detachment, Marching Order' Prints 1998-06-94
SHADOW OF A GREAT WARRIOR & STATESMAN, 1852 (c). Lithograph after G B Black, published 1852 (c); equestrian portrait of the Duke of Wellington seen portrayed as a shadow on a wall. Prints 1998-06-95
Entry of the Allies into Paris, on the 31st of March, 1814. Coloured etching, published 1814 (c); Allied troops assembled and passing through the Place Louis towards the Champs Elysées. Prints 1998-06-96