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Description Object Type NAM Accession Number
Flintlock fusil for volunteer officer, by Wilkins 1780 (c). Firearms 1995-07-52
Martini-Henry .450 in rifle Mk I, 2nd pattern 1873; model for troop trials, modified for general issue. Firearms 1995-01-208
Snider .577 in Mk III breechloading short rifle, Enfield 1871. Firearms 1994-09-93
.78 in flintlock musket, Long Land pattern, 1742 (c); lock dated 1741; replacement ramrod (?). Firearms 1994-06-2
Martini Henry breechloading, .450 in carbine, Mk I cavalry; no bayonet bar; indicates conversion to .303 in ACII which was never done. Firearms 1993-07-75
Henry Commercial .450 in rifle, 1880 (c); commercial proofs; made specially for A P Walsh Kimberley. Firearms 1993-06-165
Martini Henry .450 in rifle Mk II modified from military to sporter, 1887; Birmingham stamps. Firearms 1993-06-166
Martini Henry Artillery .450 in carbine Mk I, 1883; sold out of service; Enfield stamps. Firearms 1993-06-167
Peabody Martini .450 in Turkish contract rifle, 1874; butt decorated with rivets; sight measurements in Arabic; Arabic cypher. Firearms 1993-06-168
Volunteer Snider Mk III .577 in short rifle; bayonet bar removed; commercial proofs. Firearms 1993-06-169
Snider Mk II* short .577 in rifle modified to sporting piece, 1867; butt plate missing; bayonet bar intact despite conversion. Firearms 1993-06-170
Volunteer Snider Mk III .577 in long rifle, London Arms Company 1860, converted by Charles Kerr & Co 1865 (c). Firearms 1993-06-171
Snider Mk II* .577 in short rifle, 1867 (c), converted from Enfield rifle 1862. Firearms 1993-06-172
Lee Enfield bolt action .303 in magazine rifle Mk I, converted to charger loading by London Small Arms Company. Firearms 1993-07-63
Lee Enfield cavalry .303 in carbine Mk I, commercial proofs; London Small Arms Company; marked to W Lyle Royal Fusiliers. Firearms 1993-07-68
Lee Speed bolt action .303 in magazine rifle; BSA target sights fitted; sold by A G Parker and Company, Birmingham. Firearms 1993-07-69
Lee Metford Mk I* bolt action .303 in magazine rifle 1892, with pull-through in butt. Firearms 1993-07-70
Martini Enfield .303 in artillery carbine Mk I 1897, converted from Martini-Henry Mk III 1879 rifle; associated leather sling. Firearms 1993-07-72
Martini Enfield .303 in artillery carbine Mk I 1897, converted from Martini-Henry Mk III 1879 rifle; associated leather sling. Equipment, general 1993-07-72
Martini Enfield .303 in artillery carbine Mk I 1897, converted from Martini-Henry Mk III 1884 rifle; sold out of service marks; issue roundel to Army Service Corps. Firearms 1993-07-73
Flintlock trade musket, E and W Bond 1845 (c); poor condition, stock split. Firearms 1993-06-163
Copy of 'The Victoria Crosses and George Crosses of the Honourable East India Company and Indian Army 1856-1945', National Army Museum, 1962, corrected in manuscript; with associated correspondence. Archives 1998-07-41
Uniform relating to Maj Colin Pringle, 1944 (c), Royal Corps of Signals: field service forage cap; stable belt; three ties; cravat; camouflage helmet net. Uniforms 1998-07-42
Uniform relating to Maj Colin Pringle, 1944 (c), Royal Corps of Signals: field service forage cap; stable belt; three ties; cravat; camouflage helmet net. Equipment, uniform 1998-07-42
Medal group, mounted as worn by Major N Kirkman, 12th Frontier Force Regiment, who served in Sumatra, 1945-46, with the Machine Gun Battalion: 1939-45 Star; Burma Star 1941-45, with clasp; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45, with oakleaf; General Service Medal (Army and RAF) 1918-1962, with clasp. Medals 1998-07-48
Typescript history of the life of Capt John Norwood VC (1876-1914); compiled by Mr Ralph Murphy. Archives 1998-07-47
Jersey and long underpants worn by Lt Col Nicholas William Andrew Tomlinson, 1980 (c), Corps of Royal Engineers. Uniforms 1998-07-46
Japanese flag acquired by Bdr Leslie William Whitby in Burma 1944 (c), 82 LAA, later ATK Regt 17 Indian Division. Flags and Colours 1998-07-45
Indian National Forces flag captured by the Alliance Battalion, 23 Jul 1930 at Allahabad; associated with Col C Cheshire. Hoist side of flag only. Flags and Colours 1998-07-44
Union flag thought to be from the British Consulate in Kuwait, 1991 (c), acquired by a David Smyth, 40th Engineers and subsequently given to SSG Matt Raines, US Army. Flags and Colours 1998-07-43
Miniature medal group worn by Colonel Thomas William Chattey, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) 1939-1962: Order of the British Empire, Officer; 1939-45 Star; Pacific Star 1941-45; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45; General Service Medal (Army and RAF) 1918-62, with oakleaf. Medals 1998-07-59
Replacement medal group awarded to Colonel Thomas William Chattey, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own), 1939-1962: Order of the British Empire; 1939-45 Star; Pacific Star 1941-45; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45; General Service Medal (Army and RAF), with oakleaf. Associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Medals 1998-07-58
178 lantern slides collected by Dr H M Stumbles; 25 relate to Stumble's visit to India and Nepal 1894 (c), and the remainder to the period when he accompanied Prof John Chiene, Consulting Surgeon to the Forces in South Africa during the Boer War. Photographs 1998-07-57
29 photographs collected by Dr H M Stumbles when he accompanied Prof John Chiene, Consulting Surgeon to the Forces in South Africa during the Boer War. Photographs 1998-07-56
Three Imperial maps of South Africa: Mafeking, Vryburg, and Pitsani; compiled for the Field Intelligence Department, Cape Town, Apr 1900. Maps 1998-07-55
Journals and papers relating to Dr H M Stumbles who accompanied Prof John Chiene, Consulting Surgeon to the forces in South Africa, Apr-Aug 1900; includes graduation address, poem, accreditation, St Helena pass and cuttings. Archives 1998-07-54
Mounted photograph; head and shoulders portrait of QMS Ernest Stevens (later 2/Lt), Seaforth Highlanders, 1910 (c). Photographs 1998-07-53
72 stereoscopic slides in seven boxes taken by QMS Ernest Stevens of the Seaforth Highlanders in India, 1910 (c). Photographs 1998-07-52-1
2nd Lieutenant's commission for Ernest Stevens, Seaforth Highlanders, 16 Feb 1915; Stevens was a regular soldier promoted from the ranks, he was killed shortly afterwards. Archives 1998-07-51
Four photographs collected by Col G O Turnbull DSO, 2/15th Punjab Regiment, 1936-1938. Photographs 1998-07-50
Letter from Sant Singh Granthi, Sikh priest to the 2/15th Punjab Regiment, thanking Col G O Turnbull DSO for his congratulations on succeeding to a position held by his father before him, 14 Dec 1938. Archives 1998-07-49
Uniform worn by Lt Col N W A Tomlinson, OC 43 Field Support Squadron, Royal Engineers, BAOR, Osnabruck, during 1970s: combat jacket, hood, trousers, jacket liner and boots. Uniforms 1997-04-127
Plastic carrier bag; printed in green on white, with designs after R Tilleux (front) and Elizabeth Deverell (reverse); made for Musee Wellington, 1998 (c); front: drawing of museum doorway with '1815' gates; verso: image of museum building. Crafts 1998-07-60
Plastic carrier bag; printed in red, grey and black, with back to back image; made for the Battlefield of Waterloo Visitor's Centre, 1998 (c); black text round a red, grey and black image of the lion statue on the Butte du Lion, crossed swords. Crafts 1998-07-61
BRITISH ARMY EQUIPMENT. Colour photolithograph poster designed by Gilroy Corporate Communications Limited, published by Directorate of Public Relations (Army), March 1997; 52 examples of British Army equipment, from personal equipment to satellite communications. Prints 1998-07-62
MEDALS FOR GALLANT AND DISTINGUISHED SERVICES. Colour photolithograph poster designed by Gilroy Corporate Communications Limited, published by Directorate of Public Relations (Army), Dec 1997; 13 medals awarded for gallantry in active operations, civilian gallantry and meritorious service; photos of medals with soldiers in background. Prints 1998-07-63
Colour photolithograph poster of 'Home Again', the oil painting by Henry Nelson O'Neil (National Army Museum Collection), 1860, published by the National Army Museum, 1988; soldiers disembarking from a troopship at Gravesend, and meeting their families, on their return from the Indian Mutiny. Prints 1998-07-64
1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment FESTUBERT (The Battle of Bethune) 18th April 1918. Colour photolithograph, from a limited edition numbered 82/300, published 1995 (c); infantry attacking from a trench with enemy soldiers visible in the background. Prints 1998-07-65
1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment FESTUBERT (The Battle of Bethune) 18th April 1918. Colour photolithograph, from a limited edition, published 1995 (c); infantry attacking from a trench with enemy soldiers visible in the background. Prints 1998-07-66
Uniforms of the Royal Marines 1664 to the Present Day. Set of eight colour postcards from original paintings by Charles C Stadden, set 36 published by The Pompadour Gallery, Romford, Essex, 1998; eight full-length uniform studies, each with two or three figures, including Royal Marine Artillery, Royal Marine Light Infantry and Coldstream Guards, in scenes. Prints 1998-07-67
BRITISH ARMY Badges of Rank. Colour photolithograph poster from photographs, published by MOD, 1997; contemporary badges of officers, NCOs and warrant officers in true colours on cream background. Prints 1998-07-68
BRITISH ARMY Badges of Rank. Colour photolithograph poster from photographs, published by MOD, 1997; contemporary badges of officers, NCOs and warrant officers in true colours on cream background. Prints 1998-07-70
BRITISH ARMY Badges of Rank. Colour photolithograph poster from photographs, published by MOD, 1997; contemporary badges of officers, NCOs and warrant officers in true colours on cream background. Prints 1998-07-71
CAP BADGES OF THE BRITISH ARMY. Colour photolithograph poster from photographs, published by Ministry of Defence, 1996 (c); 67 badges of regiments from the Life Guards to Queen Alexandra's Royal Army nursing Corps on black background. Prints 1998-07-72
CAP BADGES OF THE BRITISH ARMY. Colour photolithograph poster from photographs, published by MOD, 1996 (c); 67 badges of regiments from the Life Guards to Queen Alexandra's Royal Army nursing Corps on black background. Prints 1998-07-73
'Marquis of Lothian', 1776 (c). Mezzotint by John Dixon, from the original painting by Sawrey Gilpin and Richard Cosway, printed by R Sayer and J Bennett, 1776. General William John Kerr, 5th Marquess of Lothian and Earl of Ancram (1737-1815), in a light cavalry officer's uniform, leading his men into battle. Prints 1998-08-1
SIR RALPH ABERCROMBY, KNIGHT OF THE BATH, 1800 (c). Stipple engraving by F Bartolozzi after J Hoppner, published by John Jeffries, London, 1 Jan 1802; half-length portrait of Abercromby (1734-1801) in Lieutenant General's coatee. Prints 1998-08-2
AN IRISH VOLUNTEER, 1786 (c). Stipple engraving by Delatre after Stothard, published by Thomas Macklin, London, 24 May 1786; a gallant volunteer offering protection to a group of women, one of whom holds a liberty cap on a pole; in roundel, with two stanzas of verse. Prints 1998-08-3
Serjeant D Macleod, 1791 (c). Stipple engraving by I Grozer from original painting by W R Begg, published by I Forbes, London, 10 Jan 1791; oval half-length portrait, in uniform holding hat. Prints 1998-08-4
His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, & Grand Master of the Order of St Patrick, 1809 (c). Mezzotint engraving by Henry Meyer after an original by John Hoppner RA, published in London by Colnaghi & Co 16 Nov 1809; half-length portrait in uniform with landscape background. Prints 1998-08-5
THE RIGHT HON LORD HUTCHINSON, LIEUTENANT GENERAL & K.B., 1809 (c). Stipple engraving by K Mackenzie from original by T Phillips RA, drawn by W Evans, published by T Cadell & W Davies, 9 Jun 1809; seated half-length portrait in uniform holding magnifying glass and book drawn in half-completed 'sketchy' style. Prints 1998-08-6
THE HON LT COL CHARLES CATHCART, 1791 (c). Line engraving Guilliemus (William) Sharp, after George Romney, published 1 Jan 1791; half-length portrait in the uniform of the 98th Regiment of Foot. Prints 1998-08-7
JOHN DUKE of ARGYLE, 1788 (c). Line engraving by Taylor after G Kneller, for 'Harrisson's edition of Rapin's History', published 13 Sep 1788; head and shoulders portrait in armour. Prints 1998-08-8
THE SOLDIERS RETURN, 1801 (c). Line engraving by J Thomson after W Hamilton, published by T Preston, London and G Thompson, Edinburgh, Dec 1801; a soldier and his anxious young lady walking by a riverside cottage at night, verse below. Prints 1998-08-9
The Right Honourable Jas Caulfield Earl of Charlemount of the Kingdom of Ireland Head of the Volunteers, 1782 (c). Etching by Joshua Haynes after William Hogarth, published 19 Mar 1782; half-length portrait in civilian dress. Prints 1998-08-10
Sir Henry Clinton, 1783 (c). Engraving after Smart, published 1783 (c); portrait shown within a picture frame surrounded by various objects, including a flag and sword; in front is a decorative shield bearing the title. Prints 1998-08-11
Lord Cornwallis, 1800 (c). Stipple engraving in oval (miniature) style, published 1800 (c). Head and shoulders portrait of Charles, 1st Marquess Cornwallis. Prints 1998-08-12
SIR ADRIAN SCROPE, 1645 (c) . Stipple engraving by F Platt, published by Edward Harding, 1 Apr 1800. A royalist who served Charles I in the English Civil War and was made Knight of Bath by Charles II; not the Scrope associated with the regicide of Charles I. Prints 1998-08-13
THE BRITISH VOLUNTEERS ADDRESS TO LIBERTY, 1800 (c). Stipple engraving by W Nutter after John Boyne, published by R Cribb, 2 Feb 1800; a flag-bearing volunteer, figures personifying Britannia and Liberty, lion personifying Britain; camp in background; verse below. Prints 1998-08-14
LIEUT GENERAL SIR JOHN MOORE, K.B., 1809 (c) . Stipple engraving by Anthony Cardon after drawing by A J Oliver, published by Anthony Cardon, 15 Feb 1809; oval half-length portrait of subject in uniform. Prints 1998-08-15
The most noble Robert Earle of Essex. Governour genrall of the Kingdome of Irland, 1602 (c). Engraving with Latin inscription after R Boissard, published 1602; equestrian portrait with troops and warships in background, ornate badge containing text, family shield inscribed in Latin. Prints 1998-08-16
Hannah Snell, The Female Soldier. Engraving by G Scott, published by R S Kirby, 30 Aug 1804; head and shoulders portrait in civilian attire, wearing tricorne, 1750 (c). Prints 1998-08-17
His Royal Highness PRINCE ADOLPHUS FREDERICK youngest son of his present Majesty George the Third, 1794 (c). Stipple engraving by C Knight after R Livesay, published in London by C Knight at Mr Bonds, 1 Jan 1794; oval head and shoulders portrait in uniform. Prints 1998-08-18
MARQUIS OF GRANBY, 1769 (c). Line engraving by Miamet, published 1770 (c); oval half-length portrait. Prints 1998-08-19
The Honourable William Blakeney Esq, 1760 (c). Line engraving, published 1760 (c); half-length portrait against fortified landscape background and warships. Prints 1998-08-20
BOMBARDMENT OF SEBASTOPOL BY THE ALLIED ARMIES OF GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE, AND TURKEY, 1854. Tinted lithograph, published by Read and Co, London and H Mandeville, Paris, 1 Nov 1854; view from French and British entrenchments, looking out to the port. Prints 1998-08-21
VERA EFFIGIES GVLLIELMI BARRIFF ATATIS SVA 35, a true likeness of William Barrife, aged 35, 1643 (c). Line engraving by G Glover, published 1643 (c); oval half-length portrait of the author of military drill manuals, with text. Prints 1998-08-22
Silver cup commemorating the Gift of the Freedom of the City of London to Charles, 1st Marquess Cornwallis, for services during 3rd Mysore War, 1792; silver by Rundall, Bridge and Rundall, hallmarked London 1804-1805; stem; lid bearing knop in form of Britannia holding a spear; the body with two handles of winged figures, with coats of arms and inscription. Silver 1997-04-117
Smoking set, silver-mounted, 1902 (c); crocodile-skin covered box with inscribed silver plaque, containing two pipes (1 wood, 1 meerschaum), two cigar holders, set into moulded recesses. All four pieces silver-mounted, by H & J (possibly Hollins & Jacques), and hallmarked Chester 1902-1903; the case made in Vienna. Silver 1997-09-71
The Poona Open Polo Tournament Cup, Poona Horse, 1913; two-handled silver cup with lid, made by Mappin and Webb, hallmarked London, 1913-14, with figure of a polo player and pony in relief (plus separate polo stick) and presentation text below; no plinth. Silver 1997-05-108
Wine ewer or claret jug, 7th Bombay Native Infantry, 1889-90 from the Mess Plate of the 2nd Punjab Regiment; silver by James Dixon & Sons, hallmarked Sheffield, 1889-90; inscription relating to The Knowles Competition Prize. Silver 1997-07-11
Ram's horn snuff mull, 27th Madras Native Infantry, 1857, from the Mess Plate of the 2nd Punjab Regiment; Indian silver, no hallmarks, 1857; inscribed; double twist, lid set with thistles and cairngorm; 3 chains. Silver 1997-07-12
Soup tureen with dragon-handled lid, 14th Madras Native Infantry, 1849 from the Mess Plate of the 2nd Punjab Regiment; Sheffield silver plate, by 'T W', 1849; inscribed; four scrolled acanthus leaf legs; rampant dragon on lid. Silver 1997-07-13
Table lighter in form of galley, 10th Bn 2nd Punjab Regiment, 1926 from the Mess Plate of the 2nd Punjab Regiment; silver by Mappin and Webb, hallmarked London, 1927-1928; inscribed; ebonised plinth. Presented to 10th Bn by Lt Col K D M Henderson. Silver 1997-07-14
Napkin ring bearing the badge of crossed guns surmounted by a crown of the Machine Gun Corps; silver made by 'D', possibly Dewsnap & Co, hallmarked London 1917-18; semi-circular in shape with bronze badge riveted to rounded top side, edged with floral bands; inscription on flat, bottom side. Silver 1997-07-33
Cigarette case; silver, unmarked, made 1918 (c); square, with chased decoration on one side, inscribed to Sgt C Goldsmith, 13th Bn Duke of Cambridge's Own Middlesex Regiment; hinged, with two clasps. Silver 1997-09-2
Cigarette lighter, silver plate, with nickel insert, made from a pocket watch case, unmarked, 1918 (c); regimental badge of the East Yorkshire Regiment on one face, once belonging to Pte W C E Seymour, 1918 (c); the badge is based on, or is a silver-coated cap badge 1898-1939 (c); the back plate of the watch opens and the lighter is attached on the inside. Silver 1997-10-57
Letter from Cadet George Moore to his sister, Sarah in Ramsgate, in which he describes the British landings north of Cape Town in Feb 1806 and the Battle of Blaauwbergstrand; the letter was conveyed by Gen Sir David Baird. Archives 1998-08-23
Memoir by the then Lt Lionel F Baker, 1/7th Middlesex Regiment: A Newcomer's Life in the Eighth Army; covers the Tunisian campaign; prequel to Baker's Normandy memoirs. Archives 1998-08-24
Pupil's school report for Frank Bullard, 3rd Hussars, 1920; Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall, Twickenham; letter, with envelope, from Jimmie Deacon, 9th Lancers to Edith, sister of his late best friend, Joseph Bullard, 1937. Archives 1998-08-25
Thirteen photographs relating to Joseph and Frank Bullard, 1920-1948; Joseph was a trombonist with the 9th Lancers, Frank a flutist with 3rd Hussars; includes photos of Kneller Hall and the brothers in India. Photographs 1998-08-26
Telegram from Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip thanking the Captain and soldiers of the King's Guard at St James' Palace (Middlesex Regiment) for their 'kind message', 15 Nov 1948 (presumably on the birth of Prince Charles). Archives 1998-08-27
Photograph of 1st Bn Middlesex Regiment mounting the King's Guard at St James' Palace, 9 Oct 1948. Photographs 1998-08-28
Papers relating to Pte William John Hyde, 1st Canadian Contingent 1906-1915; Hyde served with the Dorsetshire Regiment, 1906-1912: postcard; field service postcard; two cards; record of service (photocopy); attestation papers (photocopy); notification of award (photocopy); letter. Archives 1998-08-29
Australian bayonet, pattern 1907, Lithgow, 1914; SN: 29522; Lithgow scabbard; associated with the Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment). Edged Weapons 1998-08-36
Studio portrait photograph of Pte William John Hyde, 1st Canadian Contingent, 1915 (c). Photographs 1998-08-30
Transcript diary kept by Pte A J Symonds, 17th Bn Royal Fusiliers, whilst in France, Nov 1915 to Sep 1916. Archives 1998-08-31
Four modern photographs of the interior of the Christian Church at Bakloh, Himachal Pradesh, at one time a British Army cantonment; tablets commemorate three colonels of the 4th Gurkhas. Photographs 1998-08-32
Mounted photograph of the British and Indian officers (named) of the 2/43rd Erinpura Regiment, Bombay, April 1919. Photographs 1998-08-33
Two copy photographs relating to James Perry, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment and Chindits. Associated with World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Photographs 1998-08-34