Uniform Jacket [Army]; Circa 1800; 1984.57.2

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Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT)

Name/Title

Uniform Jacket [Army]

About this object

Red army jacket with cream and gold trim. Felt. Padded lining. Leather waistband inside. 8 brass buttons down front and 3 at each cuff. "22" on each (made by Fimrin and Sons Ltd., London). Crowns on collar and a cross on left side of collars. Right one missing. About late 1800s. 6 buttons down flap at back.
"Military uniform, British 22nd Cheshire Regiment, Major's tunic, major cuff title, 1840-1855. Insignia (crown and pip) on collar is indicative of period. Type of button is indicative of actual period 1840-1855."

Date Made

Circa 1800

Measurements

L 800 W 720mm (L 31 1/2 W 28 3/8")

Collection

Military

Credit Line

The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT)

Object number

1984.57.2

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