Scottish School, circa 1840 - An Officer of the Seaforth Highlanders (The Rosshire Buffs), wearing scarlet coatee with double-row of gold buttons, collar and epaulettes and white cross-belt with gold belt-plate bearing number 72. Gilt-metal frame, the reverse glazed to reveal locks of hair. Oval, 58mm (2 5/16in) high
Samuel Alexander Atkins, Color Sergeant of the 6th Co. of the 78th Highlanders. "Wounded in left shoulder, belly and right arm (severe) at Lucknow on the 25th September 1857." Participated in the Defense of the Residency at Lucknow
William Douglas, Thomas Henry Duthie, wearing the uniform of the 72nd Duke of Albany's own Highlanders (later the Seaforth Highlanders), scarlet coatee with silver wings, yellow facings and tartan plaid sash, a citrine set dirk at his waist
Scottish School, circa 1840 A portrait miniature portraying an Officer of the Seaforth Highlanders (The Rosshire Buffs), wearing scarlet coatee with double-row of gold buttons, collar and epaulettes and white cross-belt with gold regimental belt-plate bearing the number '72'; together with a further miniature portraying an Officer of a Royal Regiment, wearing scarlet coat with blue facings and standing collar, gold buttons and epaulette, black stock, white waistcoat and frilled chemise ...