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PostSubject: "ISANDULA COLLECTION"    Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:54 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Unusual lead die stamp commemorating Cetshwayo's visit to England in 1882.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Surgeon Major C. M'D Cuffe, C.B., Army Medical Department
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Lt. (Captain) J.B. Carey, 98th, Ityotozi River--circa 1864 when at Sandhurst see: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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H.M.S Active.
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Pleydell-Bouverie--17th Lancers
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Reverend Tlhomas Foran--Chaplain who served in Zululand in 1879 (Hart's Army List)
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Lieutenants Wodehouse and Bigge with the Prince Imperial
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The Death of Lt. Frith, 17th Lancers, at eZungeni, Zulu War of 1879 original painting by Hermanus Willem Koekkoek (1869-1929)
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16 March 1856--Intricate paper cut out souvenir of the birth of the Prince Imperial
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Colonel R.C. Whitehead, 58th Regt.--Ulundi (Mac and Shad)
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Signed cabinet photograph of the Prince Imperial with inscription Votre Comrade et ami Louis Napoleon possibly given by the Prince to a member of his class at Woolwich.
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Captain (in Zulu Campaign) J.D. Legard of "M" Battery, 6th Brigade, Royal Artillery--served on staff of Crealock's Division as DAQMG Intelligence Branch. (Mac and Shad) 35 years later General Sir Legard, age 71 years, was still on active service at the front in the Great War.
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The Eleven  1871 2/24th Cricket TeamSecunderbad Madras. Ensign Gonville Bromhead is in the 2nd row third from left, and Lt. William Penn Symons is top rowfirst on the left
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The Prince Imperial on Patrol in Zululand spelter bronzes circa 1880 by French sculptor Guillemin
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Lord Chelmsford Shortly Before Ulundi, July 4, 1879"--original watercolor possibly painted by John North Crealock
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Lt in Zulu War E.S. Browne  V.C 1/24th Regt 1st Squadron Mounted Infantry kwSokhexe Hlobane, Khambula, Ulundi Mac and Shad
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Lt. (Brevet Major) J.R.M. Chard, 5th Field Company, Royal Engineers--Rorke's Drift and Ulundi (Mac and Shad)
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Officers and men of HMS Shah and Boadicia, Fort Tenedos, Zululand, 1899 with Gatling

  2nd from left: Lt. Carr                                       Seated behind Gatling:  Ransome

  3rd from left: Lt Drummond                               Seated in front of Gatling left: Midshipman Hewett

  4th from left Surgeon Vasey

  7th from left: Lt. Hobkirk

  8th from left: Surgeon Connell

  9th from left: Goodall                                        
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Lord Chelmsford with On-Campaign haircut--from a real photograph magic lantern slide
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The Death of the Prince Imperial in Zululand"--pen and ink sketch by famous illustrator Lawson Wood
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J. Lloyd of the "Ultimatum Tree Indaba"
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Major Henry H. Spalding, 104th Bengal Fusiliers--Rorke's Drift, Helpmekaar (Mac and Shad) In group photo of 104th officers, Spalding is in front row, seated on ground right, with hands around knee.
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La Comtesse de Pierrefonds visiting card---This was the Empress Eugenie's pseudonym when she travelled to Zululand in 1880 to visit the site of the Prince Imperial's death.
The Chateau de Pierrefonds was under restoration and was intended to be the home of the Prince Imperial, but the French 2nd Empire fell in 1870.
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Flag of truce given to Zulu induna to display to British troops so as to avoid attack.
FLAG OF TRUCE
H.Hope Crealock
Maj Gen' June 26 1879 Napoleon Hill nmlalaz given to Usitwangue.
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St. Mary's Catholic Church, Chislehurst, where Napoleon III and his son, the Prince Imperial, were originally interred. The Prince has signed the reverse of the carte in August 1871. Ironically, both the father and son would later be interred therein.
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Admission cards for the Prince Imperial' funeral. Both cards admit Baron Tristan Lambert, one of the Prince's closest friends.
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Fringe from the pall covering the casket of the Prince Imperial.
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Visiting card of the Prince Imperial and silver locket with strands of his hair in back compartment.
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Colour Sergeant F. Machin, 80th Staffordshire Regiment
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Captain Ronald G.E. Campbell, Coldstream Guards --killed at Hlobane (Mac and Shad)
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Lt. General Sir J.G. Wolseley, General Officer Commanding--Mac and Shad.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Colonel R.T. Glyn, 1/24th Regt.-kwaSokhexe, Ulundi." />
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Commander Crawford Caffin, R.N. of the H.M.S. Natal, aboard which the prisoner Cetshwayo was transported from Port Natal to Capetown.  Caffin had joint charge of the King with Captain Ruscombe Poole, R.A.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Brev. Lt-Col. R.H. Buller, VC, Staff: 2/60th KRRC-Zungwini,Hlobane, Khambula, Ulundi [Mac and Shad]
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Corporal A.S. Binnie, 2/21st,  854 private during Zulu War [Forsyth Medal Roll]
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[Bandmaster J.W. Vivers, 1/13, 1878-9 Medal/Clasp--signed.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]The Prince Imperial of France--rare pose.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Lieutenant J.P. Daly, 1/24 Regt.-
KIA Isandlwana [Mac & Shad]
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Cetshwayo kaMpande Early Days.
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Lt. (Brevet Major) J.R.M. Chard, 5th Field Company, Royal Engineers--Rorke's Drift and Ulundi (Mac and Shad)


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PostSubject: Re: "ISANDULA COLLECTION"    Sun Jul 08, 2018 6:20 pm

Isandula collection. Original size photo of Lt Chard posted.
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