Original British WWI Major's Tunic and Sam Brown Belt Set from King Edward's Horse Regiment
Original Item: One Set Only. The King Edward's Horse Regiment was raised as a Colonial Yeomanry Regiment in 1901. After King Edward VII's death in 1910 it was absorbed by the Regular Army as the King Edward's Horse (The King's Overseas Dominions Regiment). It was raised to accommodate wealthy Colonial businessmen from Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, who were for business reasons living in London. These men were all wealthy and the Captains of both Industry and Empire.
Our Major's Tunic and Sam Browne Belt set was clearly a man of distinction as his lapel tabs show he was a member of the GENERAL STAFF. The Tunic is unnamed as far as we can see but such an exclusive Regiment should not present little problem identifying a Major on the General Staff during WWI.
The Regiment was disbanded in 1924, in really nice condition with only a very few moth nips, ready to display!
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