The French guards since their creation. Soldiers in the 17th and 18th century. Uniforms of Pikiner, Flag bearer, Tambour, Musketeer, Officer.
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The uniforms of the French Navy under the government of Louis XVI and the revolution. 18th century.
France first half of the 18th century uniforms. Rattky and Bercheny-Husars. Garde du Corps. Foreign regiments. Hussars and Ulans. Uniforms of French soldiers of the 18th century.
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France 18th century. Military uniforms. Cavalry music. Companies of the Kings Guard. The royal livery. The Musketeers of the Royal Guard.
Algeria Officer of the 9th regiment of horse hunters. (Oran 1881)
Fance. King Henry IV indicating its white plume at the Battle of Ivry on March 14, 1590.
Chevau-légers. The Guard troops of the Ancien Régime. The king’s guard. Sergeant in armor. 1560 to 1600.
Un Gendarme en 1593. Un Gendarme de la Première compagnie des enfants d’honneur en 1596.
Bodyguard of French king Francis I. 1515 to 1545. According to a miniature of the time by Gaignièrs.
Musketeer and infantry officer in the 16th century. According to Willemin’s book.