English: Field Marshal Plumer’s Uniform, Display at Clifton Park Museum. Red jacket, white trousers, black boots with spurs, plumed helmet. Also in the case a sword and baton.
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Field marshal is the highest rank of the Australian Army and was created as a direct equivalent of the British military rank of field marshal.It is a five-star rank, equivalent to the ranks in the other armed services of admiral of the fleet in the Royal Australian Navy, and marshal in the Royal Australian Air Force.The subordinate army rank is general
19th-century oil portraits of men at half length in military uniforms. Badges of the Legion of Honour in portraits. Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour. Military Order of St. Henry. Posthumous portraits. Sash of the Legion of Honour. Add category
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The ceremonial baton is a short, thick stick-like object, typically in wood or metal, that is traditionally the sign of a field marshal or a similar very high-ranking military officer, and carried as a piece of their uniform. The baton is distinguished from the swagger stick in being
Earl Marshal’s baton presented to the Fifteenth Duke of Norfolk on his first marriage by the College of Arms, 1877 (gold). Kept at Arundel Castle, by His Grace The Duke of Norfolk. Find this Pin and more on Antique Bucket list by Jan Power.
1 vintage, original, british army field marshal’s uniform button in die struck, gilt brass construction. 25mm high domed centers with crossed saber and baton in wreath design. «hawkes & co. – london.w. picadilly» maker marked. excellent condition. great for display or restoration.
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