SOME ENGLISH YEOMANRY SABRETACHES: A SELECTION FROM MANY REGIMENTS AND TROOPS.

Carman, William Y.


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The Military Historical Society Special Number, 1987. 48 pp., various photo-ills., + an ill. Soft c.c., 22 x 14cm. Small crease to top right corner o/w V.G. Sabretaches were worn by British cavalry in the first years of the nineteenth century. Originally the sabretache descended from the medieval purse or pouch and became a useful accessory to the light cavalryman whose nether garments were too tight to allow pockets. Featured here, alphabetically, are photographs and brief narratives on the sabretaches worn by various English Yeomanry.


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