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Uniforms Of Spanish Units At The Battle Of Talavera 1809

(Spanish Text by José Manuel Rodríguez Gómez, Illustrations by Jose Maria Bueno)


Regimiento del Rey, Caballería de línea:
King's Regiment, Line Cavalry
Regimiento del Infante, Caballería de línea:
Prince's Regiment, Line Cavalry

Lt. Colonel, King's Regiment, in campaign uniform. His grade is denoted by the two silver epaulettes, one on each shoulder and two gold braids on the cuff. The emblem on his collar is a lion rampant; at that time the common hallmark of all the cavalry regiments of the line. Note the short cut hussar boots and a straight sword. Cavalry trooper of the Prince's Regiment. Note that lapels, collar and cuffs are of the facing colours of their regiment, and therefore different from the previous figure.

Spanish Generals Spanish Guards Spanish Line Infantry Spanish Light Infantry and Marines Spanish Militia Spanish Light Cavalry Spanish Dragoons Spanish Artillery Spanish Engineers

Spanish Uniforms of Joseph Bonaparte's Army from the NYPL