File:Brunswick Grenadier Mitre Frontplate 1750.jpg

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Summary

Summary

Front plate of the mitre cap of the Brunswick grenadier companies in 1750.

The front plate was in the button colour of the regiment. The backing was probably of the facing colour of the regiment, showing through the small cut-outs.

The mitre cap was probably of the Prussian style, with pompom and flaming grenade side badges. The back badge is not known.

N.B.: it is not known whether this pattern of front plate was worn until 1763.

Illustration created and contributed by Digby Smith.

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current19:03, 13 September 2014Thumbnail for version as of 19:03, 13 September 2014342 × 413 (58 KB)RCouture (talk | contribs)== Summary == Front plate of the mitre cap of the Brunswick grenadier companies in 1750. The front plate was in the button colour of the regiment. The backing was probably of the facing colour of the regiment, showing through the small cut-outs. The...

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