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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Atambor y pifaro. 1589

Collection de uniformes del Egercito Español. (Title page).

Officers

Turdetano.

Edetano.

Page of music and text. Staves with single red line.

Greek writing in lines 13, 15, 16 and 24, with transliteration written above. Initials.

Cetrato. ([Año] 1010).

Piquero; Mosquetero. Regimiento de Gauardias de infanteria de Felipe IV. Casa real. (1660)

Guardia alemana; Alferez de infanteria. 1534

Atambor y Pifaro. 1536

Arcabucero; Piquero (Año 1534).

a] Capitan, del regimiento de Soria; [b] Sargento, del regimiento de Mallorca. (Año 1768).

Casa real. Alabarderos. [a] Guardia; [b] Oficial.

Guardia de los archeros de la cuchilla; Guardia española. (1660)

Mosquetero. 1650

Infante Prima Gemelo [Genelo?] (61). (1798).

Ordenes militares : [1] Orden Militar de Avis. -- [2] Id. de S-n Miguel. -- [3] Id. del Monte-Gaudio. -- [4] Id. de N-a S-a. Del Rosario. -- [5] Id. de Jesucristo y S-to Domingo. -- [6] Id. de Jesucristo.

Dragon. 1638

Primitivos tiempos. Galleco.

Sargento de la infanteria española en Flandes ó Italia. 1660

Siglos del VIII al XI. Pendonista de mesnada. ([Año] 1050).

Regimiento Cazadores a Caballo de Olivenza

Primitivos tiempos. Celtiberos.

Granadero a caballo. Guardia Real. 1735

Atambor de infanteria; Pifaro de infanterio (Año 1534).

Mosquetero y acrabucero. 1690

Three mounted officers 1734

Opening of text with large initials and hierarchy of script. Rubrics.

Epoca Gotica Siglos del V al VII. Siervo, tirador de arco; Liberto, armado de helmo y conto; Libertos, armados de todas armas.

Atabalero. ([Año] 1150).

Guardia de Infanteria Española y Walona. Fusilero. 1718

Guardia de infanteria Castellana, Guardia Wallona. 1717

Regiment v. Rüttiman (de Reding jeune) Obert. Oberst Lieut. Major. 1804

Dragon (Año 1705).

Granadero, del regimiento de Ceuta. 1768

Atambor, Pifaro y Alferez. 1632

Sargento. 1534

Tambor; Pifaro. Infanteria de linea. 1650

Abanderado. 1536

Españoles (Husares). [1798]

s.n. (Pag. 69). 1510

Königl[iche] Palast. Madrid. Generalstab. []

Porta-estandarte (Año 1525).

Husar de la Muerte. 1705

Espingarderos y Cetrato [?] 1495

3. Granadero; 1. Coronel; 2. Fusilero.

Sargento, Alferez y Piquero. 1567

] Primo Gemelo[Genelo?] el E... (53). (1798).

1. Soldado ligero; 2. Granadero; 3. Fusilero. (1798)

Siglo XVIII. Regimientos de linea. Fusilero Principe.

Piquero. 1690

Page of text with 1-line red and blue initials. Prickings clearly visible. Marginal note.

Explicit with initial and another note from St. Martin's.

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