Shooter Friedelinus Wiechser from Contingent Glarus

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Shooter Friedelinus Wiechser from Contingent Glarus

Shooter Friedelinus Wiechser from Contingent Glarus.

Schütze Friedelinus Wiechser vom Contingent Glarus.

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


Note:  People in costumes from the Canton of Zug, Glarus and Valais.

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