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Non-commissioned officer of Dragoons of the Imperial Guard, France 1812

Dragons de l'Impératrice

The Dragons de la Garde impériale (Dragoons of the Imperial Guard) was a heavy cavalry unit formed by Napoleon I through the decree of April 15, 1806. The "dragoon" regiments of the line had distinguished themselves in the German Campaign of 1805, and there fore Napoleon decided to reorganize the cavalry of the Guard and create within it a regiment of dragoon guards. This regiment was colloquially known as the Dragons de l'Impératrice (Empress' Dragoons).


The Empress Dragoons at the battle of Hanau
 

The Dragons de la Garde Imperiale distinguished themselves at the battle of Friedland (1807), and at the battle of Wagram (1809). They suffered heavy losses at the battle of Maloyaroslavets and at the battle of Berezina (1812). They participated in the battles of Leipzig and Hanau (1813) and captured 18 guns at the battle of Saint-Dizier (1814). Their last battle was Marshal Ney's charge at Waterloo (1815).

The dragoons' uniform and weaponry was the same as those of the Guard's horse grenadiers, only in green rather than blue, and (in place of the bonnet à poil) a copper helmet with a hanging mane in the Neo-Greek Minerve style, with a red plume.

The trumpeters wore a light blue tunic with white lapels and crimson turn backs and collar. The mane on their helmets was white and the plume was light blue. They rode grey horses. They also had a white uniform for parade, consisting of a white coat with light blue lapels and collar lined with gold.

The Dragoon Guards wore green coats with white lapels and red turnbacks. They also wore aurore (light orange) aiguilettes and epaulettes. They wore brass helmets with a long black mane, a simulated leopard fur turban and a red plume. They rode chestnut horses.

 

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Trumpeter of Dragoons of the Imperial Guard, France 1808

Dragons de l'Impératrice

The Dragons de la Garde impériale (Dragoons of the Imperial Guard) was a heavy cavalry unit formed by Napoleon I through the decree of April 15, 1806. The "dragoon" regiments of the line had distinguished themselves in the German Campaign of 1805, and there fore Napoleon decided to reorganize the cavalry of the Guard and create within it a regiment of dragoon guards. This regiment was colloquially known as the Dragons de l'Impératrice (Empress' Dragoons).


The Empress Dragoons at the battle of Hanau
 

The Dragons de la Garde Imperiale distinguished themselves at the battle of Friedland (1807), and at the battle of Wagram (1809). They suffered heavy losses at the battle of Maloyaroslavets and at the battle of Berezina (1812). They participated in the battles of Leipzig and Hanau (1813) and captured 18 guns at the battle of Saint-Dizier (1814). Their last battle was Marshal Ney's charge at Waterloo (1815).

The dragoons' uniform and weaponry was the same as those of the Guard's horse grenadiers, only in green rather than blue, and (in place of the bonnet à poil) a copper helmet with a hanging mane in the Neo-Greek Minerve style, with a red plume.

The trumpeters wore a light blue tunic with white lapels and crimson turn backs and collar. The mane on their helmets was white and the plume was light blue. They rode grey horses. They also had a white uniform for parade, consisting of a white coat with light blue lapels and collar lined with gold.

The Dragoon Guards wore green coats with white lapels and red turnbacks. They also wore aurore (light orange) aiguilettes and epaulettes. They wore brass helmets with a long black mane, a simulated leopard fur turban and a red plume. They rode chestnut horses.

 

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Cavalryman of Dragoons of the Imperial Guard, France 1812

Dragons de l'Impératrice

The Dragons de la Garde impériale (Dragoons of the Imperial Guard) was a heavy cavalry unit formed by Napoleon I through the decree of April 15, 1806. The "dragoon" regiments of the line had distinguished themselves in the German Campaign of 1805, and there fore Napoleon decided to reorganize the cavalry of the Guard and create within it a regiment of dragoon guards. This regiment was colloquially known as the Dragons de l'Impératrice (Empress' Dragoons).


The Empress Dragoons at the battle of Hanau
 

The Dragons de la Garde Imperiale distinguished themselves at the battle of Friedland (1807), and at the battle of Wagram (1809). They suffered heavy losses at the battle of Maloyaroslavets and at the battle of Berezina (1812). They participated in the battles of Leipzig and Hanau (1813) and captured 18 guns at the battle of Saint-Dizier (1814). Their last battle was Marshal Ney's charge at Waterloo (1815).

The dragoons' uniform and weaponry was the same as those of the Guard's horse grenadiers, only in green rather than blue, and (in place of the bonnet à poil) a copper helmet with a hanging mane in the Neo-Greek Minerve style, with a red plume.

The trumpeters wore a light blue tunic with white lapels and crimson turn backs and collar. The mane on their helmets was white and the plume was light blue. They rode grey horses. They also had a white uniform for parade, consisting of a white coat with light blue lapels and collar lined with gold.

The Dragoon Guards wore green coats with white lapels and red turnbacks. They also wore aurore (light orange) aiguilettes and epaulettes. They wore brass helmets with a long black mane, a simulated leopard fur turban and a red plume. They rode chestnut horses.

 

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Staff Officer of Dragoons of the Imperial Guard, France 1812

Dragons de l'Impératrice

The Dragons de la Garde impériale (Dragoons of the Imperial Guard) was a heavy cavalry unit formed by Napoleon I through the decree of April 15, 1806. The "dragoon" regiments of the line had distinguished themselves in the German Campaign of 1805, and there fore Napoleon decided to reorganize the cavalry of the Guard and create within it a regiment of dragoon guards. This regiment was colloquially known as the Dragons de l'Impératrice (Empress' Dragoons).


The Empress Dragoons at the battle of Hanau
 

The Dragons de la Garde Imperiale distinguished themselves at the battle of Friedland (1807), and at the battle of Wagram (1809). They suffered heavy losses at the battle of Maloyaroslavets and at the battle of Berezina (1812). They participated in the battles of Leipzig and Hanau (1813) and captured 18 guns at the battle of Saint-Dizier (1814). Their last battle was Marshal Ney's charge at Waterloo (1815).

The dragoons' uniform and weaponry was the same as those of the Guard's horse grenadiers, only in green rather than blue, and (in place of the bonnet à poil) a copper helmet with a hanging mane in the Neo-Greek Minerve style, with a red plume.

The trumpeters wore a light blue tunic with white lapels and crimson turn backs and collar. The mane on their helmets was white and the plume was light blue. They rode grey horses. They also had a white uniform for parade, consisting of a white coat with light blue lapels and collar lined with gold.

The Dragoon Guards wore green coats with white lapels and red turnbacks. They also wore aurore (light orange) aiguilettes and epaulettes. They wore brass helmets with a long black mane, a simulated leopard fur turban and a red plume. They rode chestnut horses.

 

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Trumpeter of Dragoons of the Imperial Guard in Parade Uniform, France 1812

Dragons de l'Impératrice

The Dragons de la Garde impériale (Dragoons of the Imperial Guard) was a heavy cavalry unit formed by Napoleon I through the decree of April 15, 1806. The "dragoon" regiments of the line had distinguished themselves in the German Campaign of 1805, and there fore Napoleon decided to reorganize the cavalry of the Guard and create within it a regiment of dragoon guards. This regiment was colloquially known as the Dragons de l'Impératrice (Empress' Dragoons).


The Empress Dragoons at the battle of Hanau
 

The Dragons de la Garde Imperiale distinguished themselves at the battle of Friedland (1807), and at the battle of Wagram (1809). They suffered heavy losses at the battle of Maloyaroslavets and at the battle of Berezina (1812). They participated in the battles of Leipzig and Hanau (1813) and captured 18 guns at the battle of Saint-Dizier (1814). Their last battle was Marshal Ney's charge at Waterloo (1815).

The dragoons' uniform and weaponry was the same as those of the Guard's horse grenadiers, only in green rather than blue, and (in place of the bonnet à poil) a copper helmet with a hanging mane in the Neo-Greek Minerve style, with a red plume.

The trumpeters wore a light blue tunic with white lapels and crimson turn backs and collar. The mane on their helmets was white and the plume was light blue. They rode grey horses. They also had a white uniform for parade, consisting of a white coat with light blue lapels and collar lined with gold.

The Dragoon Guards wore green coats with white lapels and red turnbacks. They also wore aurore (light orange) aiguilettes and epaulettes. They wore brass helmets with a long black mane, a simulated leopard fur turban and a red plume. They rode chestnut horses.

 

$764.99

Set Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment, France 1812

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Set of Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment

Wars of the Revolution and the Empire:

1805, Aust rian Campaign, Battle of Austerlitz (2 December);
1807, Prussia and Poland campaign, Eylau battle (8 February)
1813, German Campaign, Battle of Leipzig (October 16-19);
1814, campaign of France, battle of Vauchamps (February 14, 1814).

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Trumpeter of 5th Cuirassier Regiment, France 1812

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Set of Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment

Wars of the Revolution and the Empire:

1805, Aust rian Campaign, Battle of Austerlitz (2 December);
1807, Prussia and Poland campaign, Eylau battle (8 February)
1813, German Campaign, Battle of Leipzig (October 16-19);
1814, campaign of France, battle of Vauchamps (February 14, 1814).

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Cavalryman of 5th Cuirassier Regiment in attack, France 1812

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Set of Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment

Wars of the Revolution and the Empire:

1805, Aust rian Campaign, Battle of Austerlitz (2 December);
1807, Prussia and Poland campaign, Eylau battle (8 February)
1813, German Campaign, Battle of Leipzig (October 16-19);
1814, campaign of France, battle of Vauchamps (February 14, 1814).

$169.99

Standard Bearer of 5th Cuirassier Regiment, France 1812

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Set of Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment

Wars of the Revolution and the Empire:

1805, Aust rian Campaign, Battle of Austerlitz (2 December);
1807, Prussia and Poland campaign, Eylau battle (8 February)
1813, German Campaign, Battle of Leipzig (October 16-19);
1814, campaign of France, battle of Vauchamps (February 14, 1814).

$149.99

Cavalryman of 5th Cuirassier Regiment, France 1812

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Set of Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment

Wars of the Revolution and the Empire:

1805, Aust rian Campaign, Battle of Austerlitz (2 December);
1807, Prussia and Poland campaign, Eylau battle (8 February)
1813, German Campaign, Battle of Leipzig (October 16-19);
1814, campaign of France, battle of Vauchamps (February 14, 1814).

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Staff Officer of 5th Cuirassier Regiment, France 1812

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Set of Cavalrymen of 5th Cuirassier Regiment

Wars of the Revolution and the Empire:

1805, Aust rian Campaign, Battle of Austerlitz (2 December);
1807, Prussia and Poland campaign, Eylau battle (8 February)
1813, German Campaign, Battle of Leipzig (October 16-19);
1814, campaign of France, battle of Vauchamps (February 14, 1814).

$366.99

French Infantry battalion gun

Manufacturing and painting will take 30 days
$366.99

Russian Infantry battalion gun

Manufacturing and painting will take 30 days
$722.23

Infantry square of 8th Moscow Grenadier Regiment

Manufacturing and painting will take 30 days
$842.00

Russian Infantry support gun with Artillery crew

Manufacturing and painting will take 30 days
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