Original British Pre-WWI Army Medical Service Lieutenant Colonel Uniform Set - Circa 1902
Original Items: Only one set available. Beautifully made for the great Durbar of 1903, celebrating the accession of King Edward VIII to the throne and used at the great Durbar of 1911 celebrating the accession of King George the V to the throne when the King and his Queen Mary made a state visit to India.
This uniform set consists of blue melton cloth tunic with scarlet piping, black velvet collar and cuffs with gold lace. Gilt King's crown buttons and rank insignia in gold lace mounted of gilded braid epaulettes. Complete with matching dress trousers with black mohair braid with oak leaf and acorn designs down each leg. Also included is a regimental officer's waist belt of black leather with gold, including both sword carrying straps that can be used when inverted as cross straps for a document pouch worn at the center of the back. The belt buckle also gilded bearing the King's Crown over E.R.I. (EDWARD, KING, EMPEROR) A high ranking officer's finest from the time of Great Britain's imperial glory.
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