Bavarian Military uniforms in the 19th century.

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Bavarian Military uniforms in the 19th century.

Bavarian Military uniforms in the 19th century.

Top row left: Police officer, Captain (1812-1815). Artillery officer, Lieutenant (1811-1825). Transport, Logistics Officer, Lieutenant (1815-1825). Right: Infantryman Infantry Regiment (1814-1825), Grenadier Guards Regiment (1812-1815), Light Cavalry, Chevauleger (1805-1812).

Bottom row left: Ulan (1814-1822). National Light Cavalry Chevauleger (1813-1815). Hussar 2nd Regiment (1815-1822 resolved). Right: Uhlan officer (1812). Garde du Corps officer (1814-1823) Cuirassier, Garde du Corps (1815-1835). Trumpeter Garde du Corps in dress uniform.

Source: On the history of costumes. Münchener Bilderbogen. Edited by Braun and Schneider 1860.

Note:  French nobleman and noblewoman in court dress. 16th century.

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