The King’s Musketeers. A French army of 1814 to 1815.

The King's Musketeers. French Army uniforms. France Military costumes

The King’s Musketeers 1814 to 1815.

A French army of 1814 to 1815. The King’s Musketeers.

Armee Francaise de 1814 à 1815. Mousquetaires du Roi.

After a drawing by F. Bastin. From a series: Armee Francaise 1804 à 1815. Paris Impr. Jules Rigo et Cie.

Note:  Garde royal. Grenadier à Cheval. 2e Régiment 1825.

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