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Choose from 511 pictures in our Hussar collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Light Dragoons 1790 - 1992 Featured Hussar Print

The Light Dragoons 1790 - 1992

The evolving uniform of The Light Dragoons. From Left - 13th Light Dragoons 1790, 18th Light Dragoons 1810, 13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) 1930, The Light Dragoons 1st December 1992, 15th/19th King's Royal Hussars 1930, 15th Light Dragoons 1815 and the 19th Light Dragoons 1790. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

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Survivors of the Battle of Balaklava, 1875 Featured Hussar Print

Survivors of the Battle of Balaklava, 1875

Series of engraved portraits showing the surviving British participants of the Charge of the Light Brigade of the Battle of Balaclave, Crimean War, pictured in 1875. The men shown are: J Ireland, 17th Lancers; Quarter-Master Sergeant Jefferson, 8th Hussars; Sergeant Buckton, 11th Hussars; T Dyer, 17th Lancers; R Owen Glendwr, 8th Hussars; J Smith, 17th Lancers; JH Herbert, 4th Hussars; C Aldous, 17th Lancers; Jacob Hanson, 13th Hussars; Tom Wrotts, 11th Hussars; J Scarf, 17th Lancers; R Grant, 4th Hussars; Dennis Connor, 4th Hussars; J Sheridan, 8th Hussars

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European Marine, Protection, and Colonial troops, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Hussar Print

European Marine, Protection, and Colonial troops, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Uniforms of Marine troops, Protection troops and Colonial troops of European nations at the end of the 19th century: I) German Empire: 1) Deck officer, 2) Naval officer (small service dress); 3) Admiral (gala uniform with the ribbon of the Black Eagle Order); 4) Mechanical engineer (gala uniform); 5) Sailor (ordinary summer suit); 6) Fireworks petty officer (parade uniform); 7) Sailor in shipyard clothing; 8) Naval cadet; 9) Sea soldier; 10-14) Protection (colonial) troops in East Africa: 10) Officer (garnison suit), 11) Officer (field suit), 12) Sergeant (homeland suit), 13) Sudanese, 14) Sulu; II) Austria-Hungary: 1-2) Sailors in blue and white suit, 3) Frigate captain, 4-5) Naval officers (small uniform and gala uniform); III) Italy: 1) Naval officer (small uniform), 2) Admiral, 3) Sergant, 4) Sailor (1st class), 5) Bersagliere in tropical uniform; IV) France: 1-2) Naval officers (small and big uniform), 3) Admiral, 4-5) Sailors in different suits, 6) Marine infantryman (battlefield), 7) Marine infantryman (parade), 8) Tirailleur from Senegal, 9) Annamite tirailleur; V) Russia: 1-2) Naval officers (small and big uniform), 3) Sailor (summer suit), 4) Soldier of the Marine guard; VI) Great Britain: 1) Admiral, 2-3) Naval officers (small and big uniform), 4-6) Sailors in different uniforms, 7) Marine infantryman (Royal Marine Light Infantry), 8) Soldier of the Indian Army (battlefield), 9) Hussar the Volunteer Prince Wales Hussars of the Province Victoria in Australia, 10) Infantry officer of the Voluntary Militia of Jamaica, 11) Volunteer cavalryman from the Cape of Good Hope. Chromolithograph, published in 1897