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Buy Northumberland Hussar sand cast collar badge for R150.00
R 150
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  BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPH x 1 =  BOER WAR = NATAL WAR NATAL HUSSAR'S NCO'S Copyright local History Museum   Formed on 11 July 1865 the Natal Hussars came into being for the protection of the districts of Greytown, York and Noodsberg in the Natal Midlands. They were a smaller unit that their sister regiment, the Greytown Mounted Rifles, surviving a period between 1864 and 1872 when many of the smaller units of the Natal Volunteer Corps were disbanded due to austerity cuts. During this period the Hussars experienced a drop in numbers but remained an effective unit throughout. In 1866 the Natal Hussars was raised by a Major Eastwood in the same area. In 1869 the two units amalgamated under the designation of the Natal Hussars. Durban Mounted Rifles (1873/5-1888).... It was raised on the south coast of Natal, and was the parent corps of the Natal Mounted Rifles. A photograph of the Natal Hussars (later Umvoti Mounted Rifles) equipped with Snider cavalry carbines.  (Source: Du Plessis, A J, The Umvoti Mounted Rifles, Proton Times, Pietermaritzburg, 1975, p54) Sold as seen in the images. Images form part of the description.   POSTAGE in is R10.00 for the FIRST item. Registered mail with tracking number, please add R20.00. SAFER OPTION!! Combined Postage = Please add R1.50 for each additional item purchased.
R 50
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  BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPH x 1 =  BOER WAR = NATAL WAR NATAL HUSSAR'S NCO'S Copyright local History Museum   Formed on 11 July 1865 the Natal Hussars came into being for the protection of the districts of Greytown, York and Noodsberg in the Natal Midlands. They were a smaller unit that their sister regiment, the Greytown Mounted Rifles, surviving a period between 1864 and 1872 when many of the smaller units of the Natal Volunteer Corps were disbanded due to austerity cuts. During this period the Hussars experienced a drop in numbers but remained an effective unit throughout. In 1866 the Natal Hussars was raised by a Major Eastwood in the same area. In 1869 the two units amalgamated under the designation of the Natal Hussars. Durban Mounted Rifles (1873/5-1888).... It was raised on the south coast of Natal, and was the parent corps of the Natal Mounted Rifles. A photograph of the Natal Hussars (later Umvoti Mounted Rifles) equipped with Snider cavalry carbines.  (Source: Du Plessis, A J, The Umvoti Mounted Rifles, Proton Times, Pietermaritzburg, 1975, p54) Sold as seen in the images. Images form part of the description.  
R 30
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South Africa
1972. Soft cover; 76 pages. Good condition. The cover has edgewear. Under 1kg.  
R 55
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South Africa (All cities)
 Great Britain Household/Armoured Cavalry Regiment - 15/19 Hussar Regiment cap badge - Slide broken  
R 450
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South Africa (All cities)
Buy Great Britain Household/Armoured Cavalry Regiment - 15/19 Hussar Regiment cap badge - Slide broken for R450.00
R 450
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Buy **1870s Army and Navy Droleries Prints: Captain Seccombe ROYAL HUSSAR (22 x 36cm) framed. ** for R275.00
R 275
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