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Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, Viscount, 1946. Oil on canvas by Miss Margaret Grose, 1946. Subject in beret and battle dress. Oil Paintings 1979-01-13
Captain Robert Henry Mockler, 44th Bengal Native Infantry, 1840 (c). Oil on board by unknown artist, 1840 (c). Oil Paintings 1979-01-84
Sir Herbert Stewart's column crossing the Bayuda Desert, 1885. Oil on board over photograph by unknown artist, 1885 (c). Oil Paintings 1978-08-97
An Officer of the 6th Regiment of Foot, 1843 (c). Oil on canvas attributed to Daniel Cunliffe (1801-1871) 1843 (c); full-length portrait, standing, left hand on shako resting on table. Oil Paintings 1986-06-8
The Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun, 1979. Oil on board by unknown artist, 1979. Oil Paintings 1988-07-53
Major-General Sir Hugh Wheeler at Cawnpore, 1857. Oil on canvas by unknown artist, 1857 (c). Three-quarter-length portrait in general officer's uniform, his left arm in a leather sling, with troops and the buildings of the Cawnpore beyond. Wheeler was killed in action at Cawnpore; associated with the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). Oil Paintings 1988-07-54
Duke of Wellington at the Grand Review in Windsor Great Park on 5th June, 1844. Oil on canvas by (William) Henry de Daubrawa (fl. 1825-61), 1844 (c), probably exhibited at the Royal Academy 1844 No 464. Equestrian portrait of the Duke in profile to left, the Tsar and Lancers in left background; inscribed on a label verso; and Royal wax seal at back. Oil Paintings 1988-06-89
Home Again, 1858. Oil on canvas signed and dated lower right 'H. O'Neil 1860', by Henry Nelson O'Neil (1817-1880), 1860; soldiers disembarking from a troopship at Gravesend, on their return from the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). Oil Paintings 1988-06-49
Inside Pidura Church, December 1944. Oil on board by Robert Nunan (1922-1996), 6th Bn Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, 1970 (c); associated with World War Two, Italy (1943-1945). Oil Paintings 1988-03-57
Major Thomas Moorhouse, 35th Bengal Native Infantry, 1855 (c). Oil on canvas by unknown artist, 1855 (c); half-length portrait of subject wearing the uniform of the Rifle Company with the Ghuznee, Jellalabad and Kabul medals; associated with 1st Afghan War (1838-1842). Oil Paintings 1988-02-31
An Officer of the Northumberland Fusiliers, c1885. Oil on canvas by Walter Charles Horsley (fl 1875-1904), 1885 (c), signed at lower right; full-length portrait in a greatcoat, making notes in a field pocket book; the identity of the sitter for this portrait in the uniform of the Northumberland Fusiliers is not certain but believed to be Maj (later Lt Col) Charles Hackett; exhibited at the Royal Academy 1889. Oil Paintings 1988-02-5
General Joseph Edwin Thackwell CB (1813-1900), 1894. Oil on canvas signed and dated lower left 'Sydney Hodges/ 1894', by J Sydney Willis Hodges (1829-1900), 1894; three-quarter-length, seated in full dress, holding his sword in his left hand. Oil Paintings 1987-12-44
An Officer of the Grenadier Company, 63rd Regiment of Foot, 1775 (c). Oil on canvas, artist unknown, 1775 (c); oval portrait, half-length, in uniform with a fusil; the officer wears a bearskin cap with silver tassels and gorget plate, which identifies him as a member of the grenadier company. Oil Paintings 1987-11-75
King James II (1633-1701), 1685 (c). Oil on canvas attributed to Benedetto Gennari (1633-1715), 1685 (c); full-length, in a General Officer's Statecoat, wearing the star and sash of the Order of the Garter. Oil Paintings 1987-01-1
Brigadier and Lieutenant Richard Gifford (d 1738/1739), 4th Troop of Horse Guards, 1727 (c). Oil on canvas by Bartholomew Dandridge (1691-1755 (c)), 1727 (c). Full-length, equestrian portrait in crimson coat, buff waistcoat and breeches, light blue and silver lace horse housing; in the background are a kettle drummer and trumpeter in Household Cavalry state dress. Oil Paintings 1987-04-6
Surgeon John Henry Sylvester, 11th Bengal Cavalry (Probyn's Horse), 1865 (c). Oil on canvas by Colin Hunter, 1885. Three-quarter-length portrait, in regimental uniform. Oil Paintings 1987-07-44
Grenadier of a volunteer regiment, 1805 (c). Oil on canvas, by Arthur William Devis (1763-1822), 1805 (c); full-length, in full equipment, holding a musket and a shako. Oil Paintings 1980-07-25
Major William Davy, Bengal Native Infantry, 1780 (c). Oil on canvas, laid down on board, attributed to Tilly Kettle 1780 (c). Oval, half-length portrait in uniform, looking to right. Oil Paintings 1981-01-21
An officer of light dragoons taking leave of his wife, 1795 (c). Oil on canvas, by Henry Singleton (1766-1839), 1795 (c); the officer and his wife in a last embrace, while a trooper holds his horse; gilt wood frame. Oil Paintings 1981-02-28
The 1st Administrative Battalion of the Norfolk Volunteers at Gunton Park, 1864. Oil on canvas, by Claude Lorraine Richard Wilson Nursey (1816-1873), 1864; portraits of the commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Lord Suffield, and other officers of the battalion, in camp; gilt wood frame. Oil Paintings 1981-08-43
Major (later Lieutenant-Colonel) Sir John Scott Lillie (1790-1868), 7th Cacadores, Portuguese Army, 1820 (c). Oil on canvas, artist unknown, 1820 (c), with later additions, post -1848. Three-quarter-length portrait, wearing brown jacket with black facings and black lace, and decorations, and with hat beside him on the table. Oil Paintings 1981-08-64
General Sir Frederick Sleigh Roberts, on his horse Vonolel, 1894. Oil on canvas by Charles Furse (1868-1904), 1894. Oil Paintings 1983-07-9
Lieutenant-Colonel Jack Gannon, 12th Sam Browne's Cavalry, 1930 (c). Oil on canvas by Sqn Ldr Bertram Hammersley Bevan-Petman (1896-1980), 1930 (c); 3/4-length portrait in khaki drill jacket with stock, fawn breeches, holding bamboo cane under right arm. Oil Paintings 1983-08-3
Medal group 1914-1920, awarded to Pte Philip J L Poole, Army Service Corps: British War Medal 1914-20; Allied Victory Medal 1914-19; commemorative medal, France, 1915 (c); RSPCA Medal.Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Medals 1998-01-1
Brass paper knife in the form of scimitar, bullet for handle; owned and possibly made by Pte Philip Poole, Army Service Corps, 1916 (c); blade engraved with decorative lines, inscribed on one side 'FRANCE', and on the other 'ROUBAIX'. Crafts 1998-01-2
Embroidered postcard, textile and paper, made in France, sent by Pte Philip J L Poole, Army Service Corps, to his mother, 1917 (c); double window mount, enclosing an insert sheet printed in blue with message. Crafts 1998-01-3
Embroidered Birthday postcard in silk on organdie, made in Paris, sent by Pte Philip Poole, Army Service Corps, to his sister, 1917 (c). Crafts 1998-01-4
Embroidered Christmas postcard in silk on organdie, made in Paris, sent by Pte Philip Poole, Army Service Corps, to his mother, 1917 (c). Crafts 1998-01-5
Sarge! You know the Company Commander promised us a Christmas/ fiver for every Jap we got? Well, there's 300 quid coming up the hill! Colour Christmas greetings card, coloured lithograph or photocopied design by and after Jim Allan, produced for Christmas 1997: caricature of two World War Two soldiers in jungle combat dress lying flat on the ground; Burma Star Association crest top centre. Prints 1998-01-6
Officer of the West Essex Volunteer Cavalry, 1797. Colour Christmas greetings card published by the BMSS for Christmas 1997: Officer of the West Essex Volunteer Cavalry, 1797, shown lending his hand to a lady down a snow-covered step; colour lithograph after Bryan Fosten, published by the British Model Soldier Society for Christmas 1997; BMSS logo and Christmas message on inside right. Prints 1998-01-7
His reindeer have bolted and he wants a lift to Horse Guards, 1810 (c). Christmas greetings card; colour lithograph after W F N Watson; published by the Society of Friends of the National Army Museum for Christmas 1997; caricature of Father Christmas flagging down a coach and horses laden with soldiers and their baggage. Prints 1998-01-8
Silver frame with presentation document in one side and photograph in other of Sgt J H Eastham, 1st Vol Bn Manchester Regiment; Mappin and Webb, hallmarked London 1902-1903; two sections hinged together, front engraved with regimental crest, inscription and the Arms of the City of Wigan. Silver 1998-01-9
Tobacco pipe, wood; made by Pte J Broughton, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 1901 (c); inset with silver coin, carved with inscription and face of Paul Kruger (?) with silver mount (electro-plated ?). Crafts 1998-01-10
Silver brooch with blue, white and red enamel; commemorating the services of the 6th Bn City of London Regiment; inscription and regimental badge, title and battle honour, 1902 (c). Crafts 1998-01-11
Silver brooch commemorating the services of the Suffolk Yeomanry in the Boer War, 1900. Hallmarked Birmingham; shield and inscription; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Crafts 1998-01-12
Lieutenant Frederick Robertson Aikman (1828-1888), 4th Regiment [Bengal] Native Infantry, commanding 3rd Regiment [Sikh] Irregular Cavalry, winning the VC at Lucknow, Indian Mutiny, 1 March 1858. Oil on canvas, by Louis William Desanges (b 1822, fl 1846-87), 1860 (c); on horseback, fighting a mutineer, in the thick of the action. Oil Paintings 1962-03-1
Lieutenant-Colonel William Anson McCleverty, 48th Regiment, 1852 (c). Oil on board attributed to Jose-Maria Escacena y Daza, 1852 (c); 3/4-length portrait in undress uniform, red jacket with gosling green facings. Oil Paintings 1982-05-137
A Commando of No 6 Army Commando, 1943. Oil on canvas by Henry Carr (1894-1970), 1943, signed and dated. Half-length portrait in battle dress holding rifle with fixed bayonet. Oil Paintings 1984-05-144
HRH William Henry, 1st Duke of Gloucester (1743-1805), 1775 (c). Oil on canvas (unfinished) by Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), 1775 (c). Full-length portrait in the uniform of Colonel of the 1st Foot Guards, wearing the ribbon and star of the order of the garter. Oil Paintings 1984-04-167
Interior of Guard Room, 1840 (c). Oil on canvas by unknown artist, 1840 (c). Life Guards NCO in stable dress, trooper Royal Horse Guards in dismounted full dress, a senior NCO in full dress, a Dragoon Guard (?) in full dress and a trooper of Life Guards in stable dress and forage cap. Oil Paintings 1984-07-60
Lieutenant-General Abraham Roberts, 1860 (c). Oil on canvas by unknown artist, 1860 (c). Subject wearing the star and sash of the GCB which he did not receive until 1873, the year of his death and was probably painted on later. Oil Paintings 1984-08-51
Lieutenant J G Brunton, 25th Light Dragoons, 1810 (c). Oil on canvas by unknown artist, 1812 (c). Oil Paintings 1972-05-74
Major-General W M S McMurdo, Inspector General of Volunteers, 1860 (c). Oil on canvas by Henry Barraud (1811-1874), 1860 (c). Oil Paintings 1972-06-18
2nd Life Guards, Guard Room, 1828 (c). Oil on panel, signed and dated lower left 'F R Pickersgill 1851', by F R Pickersgill, (1820-1900) 1851. Oil Paintings 1972-07-27
The Artists' Rifles in Camp, 1884. Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left 'Godfrey Merry 1884', by Godfrey Pitney Merry, (fl 1883-1915), 1884. Encampment with tents and soldiers forming up, woman with food on table. Oil Paintings 1972-10-43
Sir Edward Cecil, 1st Viscount Wimbledon (1572-1638), 1631. Oil on panel, dated centre left 'Ætatis 59 A? 1631', by Michiel Janszoon van Miereveldt (or Mierevelt) (1567-1641), 1631. Half-length in armour, with lace-edged collar and pink sash edged in lace over shoulder. Oil Paintings 1973-05-44
Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell of Inverneil and Ross KB (1739-1791), Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Madras, 1785. Oil on canvas by George Romney (1734-1802), 1785. Oil Paintings 1970-12-13
The 10th (or the Prince of Wales's Own) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons arriving in camp, Brighton, 1803 (c). Oil on canvas, attributed to A E Eglington, 1803 (c); troopers in stable dress unloading wagons, watched by their officers and officers of 17th Light Dragoons, 15th Light Dragoons and 9th Light Dragoons. Oil Paintings 1988-10-73
Major William Cunningham, Madras European Infantry, 1801 (c). Oil on canvas by Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), 1801 (c); half-length portrait in uniform, bareheaded, facing slightly to left; subject had 30 years service in India with only one home leave in 1801. Oil Paintings 1998-01-17
Basket-hilted broad sword believed to have been carried by Ensign Peter Grant, 42nd Regiment of Foot, Ticonderoga, 1758; associated with Seven Years War, North America (1756-1763). Edged Weapons 1998-01-14
Dirk, 1758 (c). Believed to have been carried by Ens Peter Grant, 42nd Regiment of Foot, Battle of Ticonderoga, Seven Years War, North America, 1758. Edged Weapons 1998-01-15
Basket-hilted broad sword; believed to have been carried by Archibald Campbell of Glenlyon, during the Jacobite Rebellion, 1745. Edged Weapons 1998-01-16
Snider .577 in cavalry percussion carbine Mk III 1870; presented to Maj Gen F W E Fursdon CB MBE D.Litt by Maj Gen J M Lekhanya, Commanding Officer Police Mobile Unit, Kingdom of Lesotho, 26 Jul 1978. Firearms 1998-01-13
Memoirs of Dame Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, written by Miss Julian Allan in 1967. Archives 1998-01-18
Postcards of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (1917) and of painting of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps at Boulogne; two QMAAC menus. Archives 1998-01-19
Documents relating to G K Ballard, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps: British Empire Certificate of Identity; ration book; Mentioned in Despatches Certificate; discharge certificate; employment document. Archives 1998-01-20
Invitation card to Buckingham Palace Garden Party for M Bark, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 25 Jul 1919. Archives 1998-01-21
Application by H Audrey Baron to attend the Women's Services Reception at St James's Palace, 27 Oct 1977, giving details of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps service. Archives 1998-01-22
Leave of absence form, 28 Oct 1919, F C Berry. Archives 1998-01-23
Two copies each of memoirs, V May D E C Bramble: 'How I became a WAAC' and 'A Sunday in Russia', (1965). Archives 1998-01-24
Telegraph to I H Brampton, 28 Feb 1920, requiring her presence at Buckingham Palace, 5 Mar 1920. Archives 1998-01-25
Memoirs, Vere Brodie: 'QMAAC 1917-1921' and 'Tea & Talk'. Archives 1998-01-26
British Empire Certificate of Identity and pay book, Agnes Brown, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-27
Membership card and programme of events 1926, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps Old Comrades Association, London Branch; rules of membership, Service Women's Club, Jul 1949; associated with Helen Brown. Archives 1998-01-28
Application by Mrs Jean Armour Brown to attend the Women's Services Reception at St James's Palace, 27 Oct 1977, giving details of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps service. Archives 1998-01-29
Collection of documents relating to Maud Brown (1897-1956), Women's Army Auxiliary Corps: British Empire Certificate of Identity; character certificate; further reference; typescript details of service provided by her daughter. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Archives 1998-01-30
Savings book, H P Browne, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps OCA Savings Club, London Branch, 1926. Archives 1998-01-31
Two copies of memoirs of Mrs A E Bucklee, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Auxiliary Territorial Service. Archives 1998-01-32
Offprint from the London Gazette regarding the award of the Military Medal to Ethel G Cartledge; two letters of congratulations, 21-22 Aug 1918; camp orders, 23 Aug 1918; Cartledge's WAAC Christmas card 1918; letter and telegram regarding investiture at Buckingham Palace 18 and 19 Feb 1919; character certificate; portrait. Archives 1998-01-33
Offprint from the London Gazette regarding the award of the Military Medal to Ethel G Cartledge; two letters of congratulations, 21-22 Aug 1918; camp orders, 23 Aug 1918; Cartledge's WAAC Christmas card 1918; letter and telegram regarding investiture at Buckingham Palace 18 and 19 Feb 1919; character certificate; portrait. Photographs 1998-01-33
Scroll and covering note for memorial plaque for Margaret Selina Caswell, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps/ Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps (d 30 May 1918); portrait photograph in uniform; modern photograph of grave. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Archives 1998-01-34
Scroll and covering note for memorial plaque for Margaret Selina Caswell, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps/ Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps (d 30 May 1918); portrait photograph in uniform; modern photograph of grave. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Photographs 1998-01-34
Farewell order, 9 Feb 1918, A M Chalmers-Watson; photocopies of cuttings. Archives 1998-01-35
Correspondence concerning Mary Charteris's interview for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (2 items); information provided by the National Service Dept about WAACs; typescript of howlers written by soldiers' wives regarding repayment of separation allowance. Archives 1998-01-36
Character certificate and certificate of employment during World War One, for Mary Chaston, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps or Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-37
Leave of absence certificate, Cheason, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 22 Jul 1919. Archives 1998-01-38
Letter to R Cohen from Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps records accompanying preliminary issue of the British War Medal riband, 11 Aug 1919. Archives 1998-01-39
Dinner menu for Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps Old Comrades' Association 9th Reunion, Harrods Georgian Restaurant, 8 Dec 1928; associated with D Cooke. Archives 1998-01-40
Record of service; press cuttings regarding 1920 Wedding and 1970 Golden Wedding Anniversary, associated with A E Cotterell. Archives 1998-01-41
Two copies of memoirs of G Cunningham (Mrs Margaret Yelf). Archives 1998-01-42
Discharge and character certificates, M A T Dauncey, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1918. Archives 1998-01-43
Leave of absence pass, Grace Davis, No 17 Officer Cadet Bn. Archives 1998-01-44
Illuminated certificate of service, Mrs K P Davies, Unit Administrator i/c Chester. Archives 1998-01-45
Out-of-work donation policy book, Constance Frances Devine. Archives 1998-01-46
Admission ticket and Order of Service of Thanksgiving, St Clements Danes, 2 Nov 1967, for the life of Dame Helen Gwynne-Vaughan; associated with Major E B Dixon. Archives 1998-01-47
Pen and ink drawing of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps on patrol in the rain, 'The End of a 'Perfect Beat' & 'Nothing Doing'', 1919; Madge Druitt; two Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Auxiliary Territorial Service (1966) anecdotes. Archives 1998-01-48
Enquiry regarding Mabel Alice Dunford from her granddaughter in 1984; contains some details of Dunford's service. Archives 1998-01-49
Papers of Nellie Irene Ellingham (Mrs Giles), Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps and Auxiliary Territorial Service: 3 copies of memoir; discharge certificate; character certificate; letter; menu; leave certificate; poetry; 2 newspaper; journal; badge receipt; Women's Army Auxiliary Corps greetings calendar. Archives 1998-01-50
Discharge and character certificates, Harriet Georgina Evans, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps or Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-51
Mentioned in Despatches Certificate and warrant for MBE, May A Finlay, Deputy Administrator, Boulogne, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-52
Record of service of Ada Emily Francis (Mrs Coplestone), compiled by a friend. Archives 1998-01-53
Notification to M A Fraynon of a vacancy as waitress with Royal Horse Artillery Cadet Battalion, Weedon, 5 Jun 1919, Cookery Section (Women's Legion). Archives 1998-01-54
Illuminated certificate of service, Elsie Garnett, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps or Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-55
Memoir, Emmy Gaunt: 'Recollections of the Great War', written Apr 1940; Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps or Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-56
Notification to Commander-in-Chief Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, from QMAAC records, of the death of Mrs M A C Gibson, 17 Sep 1918, at Le Treport. Archives 1998-01-57
Papers of Mrs M E Cobner (née Golding), including newsletters, tickets, programmes, press cuttings and other documents relating to Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps Old Comrades Association events. Archives 1998-01-58
Memoir of Mrs O B Graham: 'Notes on Experiences during 1914-1918 War as a WAAC Officer', (two copies). Archives 1998-01-59
British Empire Certificate of Identity, Harriett Greaves, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Archives 1998-01-60
Photocopy of Mentioned in Despatches Certificate; copy of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps orders listing honours and mentions in despatches, B H Grieve. Archives 1998-01-62
Discharge and character certificates, Marjorie Grindley. Archives 1998-01-63