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Description Object Type NAM Accession Number
Apron, musicians', Royal Regiment of Artillery, Foot Guards, 1895, sealed pattern, 1895. Uniforms 1996-01-114
Kilt pin, Scottish Regiments, 1923, sealed pattern, 1923. Badges 1996-01-108
Waistbelt, pipers', Scottish Regiments, 1993, sealed pattern, 1993. Equipment, uniform 1996-01-107
The Raising of the Inniskilling Regiment of Foot/ The Scene outside the Castle of Inniskilling on Sunday 16th December 1688. Coloured photolithograph by Cecil C P Lawson, 1930 (c). Prints 1969-10-522
Siege of Schellenberg. Photograph of oil painting by Cecil C P Lawson, 1930 (c); associated with the Nine Years War (1689-1697). Prints 1969-10-525
Twenty one trade badges, bugler, nd. Badges 2004-10-165-74
The State Procession of Queen Victoria to Westminster Abbey on the day of her Coronation, 28th June 1838. The Guard saluting Her Majesty. Coloured lithograph by M Lefevre after J S Templeton, 1838. Prints 1969-12-1
Missed! A Bengal Lancer at the game of tent-pegging. Chromolithograph by Elizabeth Thompson, Lady Butler, 1875 (c); published by The Graphic, 25 Dec 1875; associated with the Bengal Lancers. Prints 1970-05-11
The Encampment of Henry VIII at Marquison, July MDXLIV. Line engraving by James Basire after S H Grimm, 1788; published 23 Apr 1788; associated with the Siege of Boulogne, French War (1542-1546) 1544. Prints 1970-10-18
Thirteen trade badges, band, nd. Badges 2004-10-165-75
...The Victoria Rifle Regiment of Volunteers... Coloured lithograph by F Waller after Frederick Abbott, 1855; by an unknown publisher, 1855. Prints 1970-11-18
On Guard. Coloured etching by W Co, 1787; published by J Aitken, 7 Mar 1787; associated with Line Infantry. Prints 1971-02-12
The Recruit. Coloured lithograph by Day and Son after Robert Richard Scanlon, 1861; published by Lloyd Bros, 20 Dec 1861; associated with the 17th Lancers. Prints 1971-02-13
Mounting Guards. Time Past. Time Present. Coloured etching published S W Fores, 16 Apr 1798. Prints 1971-02-16
The Battle of Nieuport, AD 1600. Coloured engraving published 1657; associated with the 1st Battle of Nieuport, Dutch Wars (1572-1603) 1600. Prints 1971-02-31
Fourteen proficiency badges, miscellaneous, nd. Badges 2004-10-165-76
Seven special proficiency pay badges, nd. Badges 2004-10-165-77
Five trade badges, cook, nd. Badges 2004-10-165-78
82 photographs of the Allies in Berlin, 1945; associated with 7th Armoured Division, British, Soviet, American and French troops. Photographs 2007-11-37
43 assorted trade badges, all embroidered with wreaths, nd. Badges 2004-10-165-79
Money belt, 17th Bn Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment), worn by Pte George Frederick Parker, 1916 (c). Equipment, uniform 1992-12-106
Two brassards, Staff Officers', Army Staff, 1916 (c). Equipment, uniform 1992-12-15
Waistbelt and shoulder sling, 6th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers, worn by Maj A E C Poole, 1930 (c). Equipment, uniform 1992-11-122
Handkerchief, embroidered, 1914. Equipment, uniform 1992-11-120
Medal group awarded to Sgt C M Pettitt, Royal Horse Guards and Yeoman of the Guard: Egyptian Campaign Medal, clasps: Tel-el-Kebir, The Nile 1884-85, Abu Klea; Coronation Medal 1911; Royal Victorian Medal; Khedive's Egyptian Star 1882-91; Royal Horse Guards Regimental Medal, 1882; miniature medals. Medals 1961-12-4
British Military Uniforms. Set of 48 colour photolithographs after Alan M Gladwell, published by the Institute of Army Education, 1954 (c). Prints 1992-03-34
Thirty five specimen medals, private issue, various regiments, nd. Medals 1963-12-168
Dress chapka for service in India, with cotton cover, sealed pattern, 1863. Uniforms 1959-10-119
A Wandsworth Volunteer. Coloured engraving by and after Charles Lisney, 1795 (c). Prints 1973-01-13
2nd Subaltern Norah Garstin, A.T.S. 1940. Watercolour and pencil by Bailey, 1940; associated with Auxiliary Territorial Service, World War Two (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
...The Entrance of His Majesty into the City of London...to Review the various Corps, on their Respective Stations, June 21st 1799... Black and white engraving published by John Fairburn, 18 Nov 1799; associated with Volunteer Infantry. Prints 1973-01-16
Black and white stipple engraving associated with Kensington Volunteers, 1800 (c). Prints 1973-01-21
His Royal Highness Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex...Colonel of the Loyal North Britons. Coloured line engraving by William Skelton after Sir William Beechey, 1816; published by William Skelton, 1 May 1816. Prints 1973-01-23
Winsome WAACs. Booklet of lithographs by M Onions and K Wood, privately published, 1919 (c).Associated with Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, World War One (1914-1918). Prints 1993-11-1
Coloured aquatint by and after R Page, 1804 (c); published by R Page, 1804 (c); associated with the 2nd Regiment Loyal London Volunteers. Prints 1973-01-17
Christmas greetings card, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, artist unknown, publisher unknown, 1917; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Prints 1993-11-1
Private of the WAAC, 1917 (c). Watercolour over pencil, artist unknown, 1917 (c); associated with Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, World War One (1914-1918). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Aquatint by E Walker after P W Tomkins, 1804; associated with the 8th Regiment Loyal London Volunteers. Prints 1973-01-18
Inter-Company Challenge Cup, Hockey, Inter-Company sporting trophy. Silver, by Mappin and Webb, hallmark 'London 1917'; associated with Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Etaples, World War One (1914-1918), 1917. Silver 1993-11-1
Gentleman of The Honourable Artillery Company. Aquatint published by E Walker, 1803. Prints 1973-01-19
Alexander Sinclair Gordon Esq 1805 Captain and Adjutant of the Light Horse Volunteers of London. Mezzotint by A Cardon after A W Devis, 1805; published by a Cardon, 1805. Prints 1973-01-22
Photogravure published by Direct Photo Engraving Co, 1896; associated with the Col Sir Howard Vincent and with the Queen's Westminster Volunteers. Prints 1973-01-29
The Honble Charles Hugh Lindsay, 1861 late Lt Col Grenadier Guards Major Commandant of the St George's Volunteer Rifle Corps commanding 3rd Battn 1st Brigade on the 23rd June 1861. Coloured lithograph by V Brooks after H Fleuss, 1861. Prints 1973-01-33
Identification bracelet worn by O K Jordan, Unit Administrator, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917 (c); inscribed with name of 'O.K. JORDAN UA WAAC' on silver plate; silver by (possibly) Lawrence Emanuel, hallmark 'Birmingham 1917'; plate is damaged so chain is only connected on one side; associated with World War One (1914-1918), 1917. Silver 1993-11-1
Scarf pin with badge of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917 (c); gold, green and white enamel, maker unknown, 1917 (c); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Crafts 1993-11-1
Volunteer Regiments/ Geo Hamilton Chichester, Marquis of Donegal KP GCH 1861 Lieut Col of the London Irish Rifle Volunteer Corps. Coloured lithograph by V Brooks after H Fleuss, 1860. Prints 1973-01-35
Small circular dish with WAAC, ATS and WRAC badges. Earthenware by Guild Crafts (Poole) Limited, 1967 (c); glaze has cracked on the plate and darkened in the centre; associated with Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, Auxiliary Territorial Service and Women's Royal Army Corps. Ceramics 1993-11-1
Ashtray, 'A WRAC's MATCH'; hand painted china ashtray by Royal Doulton, England; associated with Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. World War One (1914-1918). Ceramics 1993-11-1
6th Loyal London Volunteers 1804. Aquatint by P W Tomkins, 1804; published by E Walker, 1 Sep 1804. Prints 1973-01-45
Josiah Wilkinson, 1861 Major Commanding the 2nd Administrative Battalion (3rd Hampstead 13th Homesy, 14th Highgate) VRC. Coloured lithographby V Brooks after H Fleuss, 1861. Prints 1973-01-46
Volunteer Regiments. Coloured lithograph by T W Lee, 1868; published by W Jones and Co, 1868. Prints 1973-01-47
Chief Controller Dame Helen Gwynne Vaughan GBE, when Chief Controller QMAAC British Armies in France, 1918. Reproduction of oil painting by Orpen, 1918 (c); associated with Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, World War One (1914-1918). Prints 1993-11-1
Hans Busk Originator of England's Volunteer Army. Colour lithograph by V Brooks after H J Fleuss, 1860; published by Rudolph Ackermann, 1 Nov 1860. Prints 1973-01-48
Field Marshal Earl Roberts, KGVC. Chromolithograph, nd. Prints 1973-02-1-1
Coloured lithograph, possibly by and after Capt the Hon George Cadogan, 1846 (c); associated with the Scots Guards. Prints 1973-02-36
1st Duke of York's Own Lancers (Skinner's Horse). Colour photolithograph by Capt J R L French, 1918 (c); published by Medici Modern Art Society, 1950 (c). Prints 1973-03-26
Colour photolithograph by Capt J R L French, 1918 (c); published by Medici Modern Art Society, 1950 (c); associated with 45th Rattray's Sikhs, 1918 (c). Prints 1973-03-27
Colour photolithograph by Capt J R French, 1917; associated with the 16th Lancers. Prints 1973-03-28
Coloured halftone by Capt J R L French, 1930 (c); associated with the 1st Life Guards, 1830 (c). Prints 1973-03-29
Royal Horse Artillery/ 1846/ Marching Order. Coloured lithograph by C Graf after G B Campion, 1846; published by Ackermann and Company, 1846. Prints 1973-03-33
Royal Horse Artillery 1846/ 'Halt' Action Front. Coloured lithograph by Hullmandel and Walton after G Campion, 1846; published by Ackermann and Company, 1846. Prints 1973-03-34
Royal Horse Artillery 1846/ 'Fire' (Right Flank Thrown Back For Action, Right). Coloured lithograph by Hullmandel and Walton after G Campion, 1846; published by Ackermann and Company, 1846. Prints 1973-03-35
Royal Horse Artillery 1846/ Limber Up and Retire. Coloured lithograph by Hullmandel and Walton after G Campion, 1846; published by Ackermann and Company, 1846. Prints 1973-03-36
The Fanfare Polka/ The Band of the Coldstream Guards. Chromolithograph by J A Martin, 1870 (c); associated with the Coldstream Guards. Prints 1973-03-62
I Vow'd that I Would Never Leave Her. Colour lithograph published by D'alcorn, 1890 (c); music cover; associated with the Grenadier Guards. Prints 1973-03-63
HM Guards March Album. Music cover by W George, 1900 (c); published by Breitkopf and Hartel, 1900 (c); associated with Household Cavalry and with the Foot Guards. Prints 1973-03-69
The Original Lancers. Tinted lithograph by and after T W Lee, 1858 (c); published by Brewer and Company, 1858 (c); music cover; associated with the 17th Lancers. Prints 1973-03-70
The Right Honble Stapleton Cotton Viscount Combermere GCB GCH Colonel of the first Regt of Life Guards. Coloured stipple engraving by Samuel William Reynolds after John Hayter, 1840 (c); published by Paul and Dominic Golnaghi, 25 Jun 1841. Prints 1973-03-74
Doublet and kilt, pipers', Irish Guards, 1990 (c). Uniforms 1998-03-127
2nd Bn East Lancs Regt 1896. Halftone print by Sgt G Hicks, 1896; associated with the 59th (2nd Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot (1782-1881). Prints 1973-04-6
Colour photolithograph associated with the Scots Guards, The Royal Scots, Scots Fusiliers, Black Watch, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Queen's Own Highlanders and Gordon Highlander's, 1960 (c). Prints 1973-05-5
Bats in the Belfry, 1940 (c). Pen and ink design for a programme, artist unknown, 1940 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Soldiers in the Park March/ The Grenadier Guards Band. Chromolithograph by H G Banks after Louis Edwards, 1898; published by Chappell and Company Limited, 1898; music cover associated with the Grenadier Guards. Prints 1973-05-54
The Army Lancers. Chromolithograph published by Patey and Willis, 1890 (c); music cover. Prints 1973-05-56
"B" Company presents/ in/ town/ tonight, 1940 (c). Watercolour design for a programme, artist unknown, 1940 (c). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Programme/ C. Company/ Concert, 1940 (c). Watercolour design for a programme, artist unknown, 1940 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Swan Song/ Souvenir/ Programme/ "C" Company/ Farewell Concert, 1940 (c). Bodycolour design for a programme, artist unknown, 1940 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Programme/ "Draft"/ by/ C. Company, 1940 (c). Watercolour and ink design for a programme, artist unknown, 1940 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Invitation to/ B's "Toyshop", 1940 (c). Watercolour design for a programme, artist unknown, 1940 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Drawings and Watercolours 1993-11-1
Polka Militaire. Colour lithograph by and after A Concanen, 1865 (c); published by Metzler and Company, 1865 (c); music cover associated with the Foot Guards. Prints 1973-05-58
'United England Polka', 1896. Chromolithograph by M and N Hanhart, 1896; published by Patey and Willis, 1896; music cover associated with the 9th Lancers and the Royal Navy. Prints 1973-05-59
Scarlet and Blue. Chromolithograph published by W Paxton and Company, 1911 (c); music cover associated with the Foot Guards and Royal Navy. Prints 1973-05-60
The French Imperial Eagle/ Taken by Sergeant Masterman of the 87th Regt in the/ Action at Barrosa, March 5th 1811. Coloured etching by and after Denis Dighton, 1811; published by Denis Dighton, 1811; associated with the Battle of Barossa, Peninsular War (1808-1814) 1811. Prints 1973-06-109
Jolly Songs. Chromolithograph by A B Court, 1880 (c); published by Howard and Company, 1880 (c); music cover associated with the 12th Lancers. Prints 1973-06-110
The Queen's Bays/ Quadrilles on Irish Airs. Chromolithograph published by Mansfield Bros and Jefferys, 1890 (c); music cover associated with the Queen's Bays. Prints 1973-06-111
Soldaten Leben Waltz. Chromolithograph by Alfred Concanen, 1880 (c); published by J B Cramer and Company, 1880 (c); music cover associated with the 17th Lancers. Prints 1973-06-112
Printed cotton handkerchief, 1900 (c); inscribed, 'C.I.V' and bearing the City of London coat of arms, and the portraits of the Commanding Officer, Col MacKinnon and the Second in Command of the Infantry Section, Lt Col A G Pawle; associated with the City Imperial Volunteers, Boer War (1899-1902). Crafts 2007-11-38
Bravo Dublin Fusiliers/ or Ireland's Reply. Chromolithograph by H G Banks, 1900 (c); published by Francis, Day and Hunter, 1900 (c); music cover associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Prints 1973-06-113
Soldiers of the Sea. Chromolithograph by H G Banks, 1895 (c); published by Francis, Day and Hunter, 1895 (c); music cover associated with the Royal Marines. Prints 1973-06-114
Drill purpose mock up of L42 A1 rifle made from No 4 Mk 1 rifle, 1980 (c); mechanism has been deactivated for drill purposes, no de-activation certificate, firing pin sheared off, barrel blocked; the barrel is possibly smoothbore; the correct telescopic sights for an L42 A1 have been fitted; the bolt is corroded and in poor condition. Firearms 2007-11-39
Coloured lithograph by and after Henry Alken, 1823; published by S and J Fuller, 1823; associated with the 10th Royal Hussars. Prints 1973-06-68
Forage cap, peaked, German Army, 1944 (c); associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Uniforms 1992-12-24
Cyclostyled typescript history of the 82nd (West African) Divisional Artillery - The Arakan Campaign, December 1944 to May 1945; forwarded to Maj Gen G Mcl S Bruce at the War Office by the editor Brig R E M Hill, CRA 82 West African Division, 8 Jul 1945; associated with the Arakan Campaign, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945) 1942-1944. Archives 2007-11-40
Coloured etched aquatint by and after J A Atkinson, 1813; published by John Murray, 1813; associated with the Rifle Brigade. Prints 1973-06-71
Forage cap, field service, German Army, 1939-1945; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Uniforms 1992-12-23
Forage cap, pillbox, German Army, 1915 (c); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Uniforms 1992-12-16
Coloured etched aquatint by and after J A Atkinson, 1813; published by John Murray, 1813; associated with the 42nd Highlanders. Prints 1973-06-73
Spectemur Agendo/ Cornet Daniel Brown, 18th Light Dragoons. Etching by and after Capt William Baillie, 1760; portrait of Cornet Daniel Brown, 18th Light Dragoons. Prints 1973-06-75
Uniform items, Women's Royal Army Corps, Army Staff, worn by Brig Gael Kathleen Ramsey, 1990 (c). Uniforms 1992-11-119
Uniform items, Women's Royal Army Corps, Army Staff, worn by Brig Gael Kathleen Ramsey, 1990 (c). Equipment, uniform 1992-11-119