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The dashing officer

The dashing officer

Portrait of a Young Officer in the Cheshire Militia by Angelica Kauffmann (attributed to)

Portrait of a Young Officer in the Cheshire Militia by Angelica Kauffmann (attributed to)

Queen Victoria :                    Estim: $200+, final bid $477    Manuscript DS, signed “Victoria R,” one page, 7.5 x 12.5, December 31, 1857. In part: “Most humbly submitted to your majesty, that the Royal Cheshire Militia may be permitted to wear ‘The Prince of Wales’s Plume,’ as advice and ornament on the Cap.” Signed at the top by Queen Victoria. Double-matted and framed with two engravings to an overall size of 21.5 x 19.5. In fine condition, with intersecting folds, & five binding…

Queen Victoria : Estim: $200+, final bid $477 Manuscript DS, signed “Victoria R,” one page, 7.5 x 12.5, December 31, 1857. In part: “Most humbly submitted to your majesty, that the Royal Cheshire Militia may be permitted to wear ‘The Prince of Wales’s Plume,’ as advice and ornament on the Cap.” Signed at the top by Queen Victoria. Double-matted and framed with two engravings to an overall size of 21.5 x 19.5. In fine condition, with intersecting folds, & five binding…

Colonel the Honourable Thomas Grenville Cholmondeley (1818–1883), for 30 Years Commanding Officer of the 1st Royal Cheshire Light Infantry Militia

Colonel the Honourable Thomas Grenville Cholmondeley (1818–1883), for 30 Years Commanding Officer of the 1st Royal Cheshire Light Infantry Militia

holdhard: “  Cheshire Militia tailcoat. Hawkes, c. 1830. This is the earliest uniform held in the archives of Gieves & Hawkes ”

holdhard: “ Cheshire Militia tailcoat. Hawkes, c. 1830. This is the earliest uniform held in the archives of Gieves & Hawkes ”

'Did you order the garlic bread?'

'Did you order the garlic bread?'

'Well, who did order the garlic bread?'

'Well, who did order the garlic bread?'

Changing of the guard

Changing of the guard

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