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Dress No.s 1 & 3   British Military Ceremonial Uniforms of the 1950s, 1960s & 1970s

This CD contains 104 illustrations of the temperate & tropical ceremonial uniforms worn by the British military forces in the 1950s through to the end of the 1970s. All plates are full page illustrations, as shown immediately below.

A complete list of illustrations is shown at the bottom of the page.     Cost $24.00

Example Page

Corporal, Royal Armoured Corps, Army Emergency Reserve, 1953

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CD number & plate title

Bandsman, the Black Watch, 1951     Trooper, 17th/21st Lancers, 1952     Corporal,  Royal Armoured Corps, Army Emergency Reserve,1953     Sergeant Major, 47th Signals Regiment (Middlesex Yeomanry)(T.A.), 1953     Piper, 7th/9th Battalion, the Royal Scots, 1954     Piper, 402nd Light Regiment RA (5th/6th Battalion, the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders)(TA), 1955     Bandsman, the South Lancashire Regiment, 1955     Drummer, 661st (Ulster) Field Regiment RA(TA), 1955     Drummer, 1st Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's), 1955     Corporal, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Pioneer Corps, 1955     Bandsman, the Dorsetshire Regiment, 1956     Piper, 245th Light Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment, RA(TA), 1956     Lance Corporal, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1957     Bandsman, the Essex Regiment, 1957     Private, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Engineers, 1957     Lance Corporal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, 1958     Piper, 861st (Independent) Battery Light Atni-Aircraft Artillery (Orkney & Zetland), RA (TA), 1958     Lance Corporal, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Army Education Corps, 1958     Piper, 4th Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1958     Signaller, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Corps of Signals, 1959     Officer, 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards, 1959     Piper, Royal Highland Fusiliers, 1959     Officer, 1st Battalion, Royal Ulster Rifles, 1959     Corporal, Irish Guards, 1960     Corporal, Gurkha Military Police, 1960     Private, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, 1960     Officer, Royal Army Service Corps, 1960     Gunner, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Artillery, 1960     Lance Corporal, Guards Parachute Company, 1960     Piper, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 1961     Craftsman, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, 1961     Piper, Junior Leaders Regiment, Royal Corps of Signals, 1961     Bandsman, 3rd East Anglian Regiment, 1962     Sergeant, 4th Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 1962     Bandsman, 4th/5th Battalion, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1962     Corporal, Welsh Guards, 1962     Piper, 280th Field Regiment (City of Glasgow Artillery), RA(TA), 1962     Bandsman, Royal Pioneer Corps, 1963     Bandsman, 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards, 1963     Piper, 146th (Antrim) Corps Engineer Regiment (TA), 1963     Piper, Irish Guards, 1963     Bandsman, Royal Engineers, 1963     Bandsman, Royal Artillery, 1964     Rifleman, Royal Ulster Rifles, 1964     Piper, 277th Field Regiment RA(TA), 1964     Officer, 2nd King Edward VII’s Own Gurkha Rifles (the Sirmoor Rifles), 1964     Bandsman, Prince of Wales Own Yorkshire Regiment, 1964     Bandsman, the Life Guards, 1965     Piper, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1965     Bandsman, Royal Tank Regiment, 1965     Bandsman, 13th/18th Royal Hussars, 1965          Bandsman, the Buffs (East Kent Regiment), 1965     Piper, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1965     Piper, Royal Ulster Rifles, 1965     Private, Locally Employed Personnel, Royal Corps of Transport, 1966     Private, 8th/9th Battalion, the Royal Scots, 1967     Trooper, 17th/21st Lancers, 1967     Piper, Scots Guards, 1968     Bandsman, the Parachute Regiment, 1968     Bandsman, Staff Band, Army Catering Corps, 1969     Bandsman, the Welsh Regiment, 1969     Officer, Gurkha Engineers, 1969     Bandsman, Prince of Wales' Own Regiment of Yorkshire, 1969     Piper, Queen's Own Highlanders, 1969     Bandsman, Royal Welch Fusiliers, 1969     General Officer, 1970     Bandsman, the Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters Regiment, 1970     Officer, Royal Corps of Transport, 1970     Piper, Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons), 1970     Guardsman, Irish Guards, 1971     Bandsman, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s), 1971     Bandsman, Royal Irish Rangers, 1971     Regimental Dancer, Scots Guards, 1972      Sergeant, Grenadier Guards, 1972     Bandsman, Royal Marines, 1972     Sergeant, Royal Hussars (the Prince of Wales’ Own), 1972     Bandsman, RMC Sandhurst Band, 1972     Bandsman, Brigade of Gurkhas' Band, 1973     Lance Corporal, the Parachute Regiment, 1973     Piper, Queen's Irish Hussars, 1974     Piper, 72nd (Tyne Electrical Engineers) Engineer Regiment RE(V), 1974     Drummer, 103rd (Lancashire Artillery Volunteers) Light Air Defence Regiment RA(V), 1975     Bandsman, Grenadier Guards, 1975     Warrant Officer Class 2, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers & Greys), 1975     Sergeant, 1st Battalion, the Light Infantry, 1976     Bandsman, Queen's Dragoon Guards, 1977    Piper, 105th Regiment, RA(V), 1976     Bandsman, Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment, 1976     Bandsman, the Blues & Royals, 1977     Bandsman, Duke of York's Royal Military School, 1977     Private, King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1977     Bandsman, King's Own Royal Border Regiment, 1978     Corporal, Royal Corps of Military Police, 1978     Piper, 152nd Field Ambulance, RCT(V), 1978     Bandsman, Honourable Artillery Company, 1978     Officer, Royal Highland Fusiliers, 1978     Bandsman, the Queen's Regiment, 1979     Bandsman, Staff Band, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1979     Bandsman, Staff Band, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, 1979     Craftsman, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, 1979     Piper, Royal Irish Rangers, 1979