Household Cavalry Armour

seagull

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Not sure if this is the best place for this, being non-German, but here is my armour from the 'Blues', unfortunately no identification of the officer/owner present on ther red Morocco interior. I believe it to be late Victorian and definitely ceremonial only: it is made of very thin gauge steel and quite lightweight. The blue velvet 'ruffles' at the edges are matched on the shoulder strap finials and the silver bullion on the waistbelt is still all present.
 

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