Austro-Hungarian Infantry Regiment 1859

Hungarian regiment in full dress uniform, These troops are wearing the sprig of oak leaves in their head-wear. Known as the 'feldzeichen', it was an ancient symbol of the Habsburg royal family.

Austro-Hungarian Infantry Regiment 1859

Hungarian regiment in full dress uniform, These troops are wearing the sprig of oak leaves in their head-wear. Known as the 'feldzeichen', it was an ancient symbol of the Habsburg royal family.

Austria - FANTE DEL 3° REGGIMENTO REGNO ITALICO, 1809  MAGGIORE DEL REGGIMENTO .DI FANT.ERIA nr 21 “FREIHERR VON REISCHACH”, 1859 -  STEMMA DEL LOMBARDO VENETO

Austria - FANTE DEL 3° REGGIMENTO REGNO ITALICO, 1809 MAGGIORE DEL REGGIMENTO .DI FANT.ERIA nr 21 “FREIHERR VON REISCHACH”, 1859 - STEMMA DEL LOMBARDO VENETO

Regio Esercito - Sottotenente della Brigata Pinerolo

Regio Esercito - Sottotenente della Brigata Pinerolo

Austrian musicians with some interesting uniform details. The two on the left are in full dress uniforms (note the colored facings and uncovered shako). The bugler on the right is in the field uniform - note the covered shako and much plainer coat that only has a small collar tab denoting the regimental facing color (not visible in this view). All wear the 'feldzeichen' leaves in their shakos.

Austrian musicians with some interesting uniform details.

Austrian infantry in full dress uniform. The soldier on the left is wearing the grey great coat under his accouterments.

Austrian infantry in full dress uniform. The soldier on the left is wearing the grey great coat under his accouterments.

This illustration incorrectly depicts Austrian infantry fighting in full dress coats

This illustration incorrectly depicts Austrian infantry fighting in full dress coats

Otto Bache - Den kongelig danske hestgarde 1848.

Otto Bache The Royal Danish Horse Guards at the Port of Korsør on the was to the front line in Schleswig during the First Schleswig War in 1848

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