John Warth Hunter of the Department of St. Gallen.

Johanes Warth, Switzerland, military, uniforms, Shooter, Swiss,
John Warth Hunter of the Department of St. Gallen

John Warth Hunter of the Department of St. Gallen.

Johanes Warth Jaeger von der Abteilung St. Gallen.

Source: Military costumes of the Swiss cantons 1792-1794. Costumes militaires des cantons de la Suisse by Franz Feyerabend.


Note:  The Scots Guards. England Boer war uniforms.

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