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Highgate Volunteer Rifles

c.1870

Print after Robert Thomas Landells

From the collection

Title

Highgate Volunteer Rifles

Date

c.1870

Artist

Description

Four officers standing in a row, in different uniforms; from left, a private with great coat, an officer in full dress with rifle, a private in full dress with rifle, and an officer in undress. Lithograph with hand-colouring.
Additional Makers: Print Maker - Day & Co; Print maker - H Fleuss
Inscription: Lettered with title and "14th Middlesex". The names of the ranks of the officers below, and production detail "R.T.Landells delt / Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen / H. Fleuss, lith". Within image at bottom left corner "S.W.Silver & Co Cornhill London"
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Location

Highgate, London, England

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