Britische Truppen-Fahnen und Standarten
Britische Truppen-Fahnen und Standarten
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(1) Regimental Colour, 3rd Foot or The Buffs, 1751. This Colour shows the special badges granted in the 'Cloathing Warrant' of 1747. (2) Regimental Colour, 12th Foot. The East Suffolk Regiment, 1781. (3) First or King's Colour, 21st Foot. Royal North British Fuzileers, 1807. (4) Regimental Colour, 5th or Northumberland Regiment of Foot. 1807. (5 and 6) These show the central design of the King's and Regimental Colours of the 12th Foot, The East Suffolk Regiment. 1807.
(7) Regimental Colour, 4th Foot, King's Own Regiment, 1808. (8) Second or Regimental Colour, 9th Foot, East Norfolk Regimental. 1807. (9) Regimental Colour, 12th Foot. East Suffolk Regiment. 1849; presented in 1849 and laid-up in 1955. (10) Regimental Colour. 7th Foot or The Royal Fuzileers. 1808. (II) Regimental Colour. 1st Battalion. The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment. Presented in 1864 and carried until amalgamation in I960. (12) Regimental Colour, 1st Battalion. Wiltshire Regiment. This Colour was used from 1865 until 1939.
Plate 3: Guards Brigade
(13) Major's Colour, 1st Foot Guards (Grenadier), 1750. This later became the King's Colour of the 3rd Battalion. (14) Regimental Colour, 2nd Foot Guards (Coldstream) with the badge of the 3rd Company, 1750. (15, 16, 17) Central detail of Regimental Colours for: (15) 23rd Company, 1st Foot Guards. 1750. (16) 3rd Company, 2nd Foot Guards. 1750. (17) 1st Captain's Company. 3rd Foot Guards. 1750. (18) Colonel's Colour, 3rd Guards (Scots). 1751. (19) Lieut-Colonel's Colour. 2nd Foot Guards (Coldstream). 1751
Plate 4: Guards Brigade
(20) The State Colour, Scots Guards. Presented by Queen Victoria in 1899 and still carried by Guards of Honour mounted on state occasions at which the Sovereign is present. (21) Queen's or Lieut-Colonels Colour, 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, 1896. (22) Regimental Colour, 1st Battalion, Scots Guards, 1896. Showing the central badge of the 9th Company. (23) Kings or Major's Colour, 3rd Bn Coldstream Guards, 1932. This colour shows the 'pile wavy', the distinguishing mark of a Major's standard as far back as 1642. (24) King's Colour, 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, 1927. (25) King's Colour, 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards, 1927. (26) Regimental Colour, 1st Bn Coldstream Guards, with the badge of the 22nd Company. (27) Regimental Colour, 1st Bn Irish Guards, with the badge of the 3rd Company.
(1) A Squadron Guidon of the 2nd Dragoon Guards on their formation in 1746. (2 and 3) Standard of the 2nd Horse, also known as the Green Irish Horse, in 1750. This regiment became the 5th Regiment of Dragoon Guards in 1788 and a Squadron Guidon of 1790 is shown as figure 3. The swallow-tail ends were unusual for heavy cavalry and normally only seen on the smaller Light Dragoon Guidon. (4) Regimental Guidon of the 21st Light Dragoons or Royal Foresters, raised by the celebrated Marqult of Granby in 1760 but disbanded in 1763. (5) King's Standard of the 1st King's Dragoon Guards 1906.
Plate 3: Household Cavalry
(11) The 8th Troop Standard of the Royal Regiment of Horse, 1685. (12) The white Standard of the 2nd Troop of Horse Guards, 1685. The two angels which support the Crown are still to be seen on the dasign of the Kettle Drum and Trumpet Banners of the Household Cavalry. (13) A Union Badge Guidon of the 2nd Life Guards, c. 1824. (14) The distinctive Monogram or Regimental Standard of the Royal Horse Guards, 1840. (15) A Royal Arms Standard of the Life Guards, 1890. This pattern, which is carried
by both regiments of tho Household Cavalry, is the Sovereign's Standard.
(28) Regimental Colour, 2nd Foot, 1st Bn The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regt). In use from 10th July 1847 until 10th July, 1947. (29 and 30) Queen's and Regimental Colours of 2nd Battalion, 24th Foot, presented in 1880. Later 2nd Bn The South Wales Borderers. (31) Regimental Colour, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Presented by HRH The Prince of Wales, 12th June 1894. (32) Regimental Colour, 1st Battalion, The Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Presented by HM The Queen on the 23rd July 1954. (33) Queen's Colour. 1st Battalion, The Royal Scots. Presented by HRH The Princess Royal, 4th October, 1957. (34) Queen's Colour, The Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment (Berkshire and Wiltshire). Presented by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, 1959. (35) Regimental Colour, 1st Battalion. Durham Light Infantry, presented in 1955. (36) Regimental Colour, 2nd Battalion. The
York and Lancaster Regiment, presented in 1927.
(37) The Colours of the 1st Battalion, The North Staffordshire Regiment. This was the last black regimental colour to be carried in the British Army. (38) The last Colours of The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers before forming the new Regiment 1st Royal Irish Rangers. (39) Colours or the Portsmouth Division, Royal Marines, presented by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in 1956.
(6) One of four Guidons presented to the 19th Light Dragoons on their return to England In 180/ .if distinguished service in India. The Elephant badge was granted to Commemorate tin: part played by the regiment at the battle of Assays. (7) King's Standard of the 3rd (Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Gu.irdl 1914. (8) The First Guidon of the 23rd Light Dragoons 1816. This regiment was raised as the ?6th hut renumbered 23rd in 1803 and the Guidon was one of three then issued. The battle honours. PENINSULA TALAVERA and WATERLOO were added in 1816. (9) The Royal Guidon of 1st. Royal Dragooni of 1850. The Eagle of the French 105th Regiment, captured at Waterloo. Wat granted as a badge m 1838. (10) Standard of the 4th Royal Tank Regiment presented by H.M. The Queen at Buckingham Palace, October 27, 1960.
A fine example of the beauty of the modern cavalry Standard. Presented by HM The Queen to The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards at Holyrood Park, July 2, 1971, the battle honours and badges of the 3rd Carabiniers and Royal Scots Groys have been
combined to produce the final design.
(16) Drum banner of the 15th King's Hussars, 1882. Modified later to include a further 11 battle honour scrolls but still in use with the 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars. (17) A banner of the 1st Royal Dragoons, 1890. An unusual feature shows the battle honours embroidered without using a scroll. (18) Drum banner of the 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers of 1904. (19) Drum banner of the 2nd Dragoons, Royal Scots Greys of 1897 although most of the pattern dates before this time. (20) A drum banner of the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Rays), 1910.
(21) Drum banner of the 16th (The Queen's) Lancers. 1888. (22) Drum banner of the 18th Hussars. 1903. The battle honour BELFAST, though never officially published in the Army List, was carried by this regiment for over 20 years. (23) Drum banner of the 14th (King's) Hussars, 1904. (24) Drum banner of the 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons, 1907. (25) Drum banner of the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. This regiment was re-raised in 1858 as lancers after a lapse of 59 years, and received its kettle drums and banners in 1876.