Original Spanish Infantry Regiment "Saboya" No. 6 Enlisted Man's Coat - Circa 1900

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This is a rare turn of the 20th century Spanish enlisted man's Infantry Regiment "Saboya" No. 6 service coat.

Regiment of Line Infantry Saboya (Savoy), nicknamed the terror of the French (1840-1845). This Regiment was developed from the former Tercio de Lombardía in 1633 and called Tercio de Saboya. It saw combat in Italy, Flanders and most European campaigns. In 1813 it was moved to America, renamed Expeditionary Queen's Regiment, and fought in Mexico. During the First Spanish Republic it was renamed 6th Infantry Regiment. Its current denomination is 6th Infantry Regiment Saboya no. 6 and belongs to the División Mecanizada.

Approximate Measurements:
Collar to Shoulder: "9.5
Shoulder to Sleeve: "23
Shoulder to Shoulder: "16
Chest width: "15
Waist width: "17
Hip width: "20.5
Front length: "29
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