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Brown Military Collection, Brown University, USA. Top right. Trooper, 1st Chevau-Legers-Lanciers, c. 1811-1812. Print after Martinet. K. Brown Military Collection, Brown University, USA. Bottom left. Trooper and officer of the 30th Chasseurs II cheval, 1811, wearing green kurtas faced buff, and an officer and a lancer of the 91h Chevau-Legers-Lanciers in blue faced buff, 1813-1814. Print after R. Knotel. Bottom right. NCOs' czapska, 1st Polish Lancers, date-stamped 1808. This example in mint condition is of finer quality for Non Commissioned Officers.

68 Heavy Cava") Heavy Cava"y 69 Sub-Lieutenant Charles Le Grand, Provisional (later 13th) Cuirassiers, killed in Spain on 2 May 1808. Print after portrait by Baron Gras. Cuirassier officer, c. 1804-1815. Note the white plume indicating a senior regimental officer. Print after period watercolour. Regiment, sky blue cuffs with sb:y blue piped white cuff flaps for 2nd, Imperial livery lace on chest, sleeves and edging collar and turnbacks; green and yellow trumpet cords. Tnlmpeters did not wear the cuirass.

Their queues and seem to have abandoned them reluctantly; the 3rd Regiment still had them in 1809. idebums were to be no lower than the upper lip level and mustaches were compulsory from March to December. The 13th regiment was assigned wine red ('lie-devin') facings. Initially, it seems to have used brown Spanish cloth for surtouts and brown pantaloons ,vith red piping. ' In I II, following the Emperor's suggestion, it adopted the blue French unifoml with wine red facings and pewter buttons. Tew facing colours were ordered for the 4th-6th and 10th-12th regiments, apparently in the later part of I lOon a new 'coat-surtout' introduced at that time.

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