Origin and History
No information available yet about the origin and history of this regiment
During the Seven Years' War, the regiment was under the command of:
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Service during the War
No information available yet about the service of the regiment during the Seven Years' War
|Coat||white with 14 yellow buttons on the right side
|Waistcoat||blue with yellow buttons|
Armaments consisted of a musket, a bayonet and a sword (brass hilt).
The colonel, lieutenant-colonel, sargentos mayores and officers carried a spontoon and an officer stick. They used to hang this stick at the second button of the coat. The type of handle of the officer stick was different for each rank:
- gold for the colonel
- silver for the lieutenant-colonel
- silver (but only one finger wide) for the Sargento Mayor and the captains
- ivory for assistants, lieutenants and for the chaplain
- wooden with a silver ring for sub-lieutenants
Sergeants carried a halberd instead of a spontoon. Furthermore, their officer stick had no handle.
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No information available yet about the colours of the Walloon regiments in the Spanish service.
Album de Taccoli, 1759
Juan José Torres and the Asociación Cultural de Modelismo Histórico Alabarda for the information and counselling provided for this article.