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PostSubject: TARATATATATATA ...   TARATATATATATA ... EmptyTue Jan 15, 2013 3:38 pm

Hi all

Who knows in what matters and of what color were the fife - cases in which the bugglers ranged their musical instruments...

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PostSubject: Re: TARATATATATATA ...   TARATATATATATA ... EmptyWed Jan 16, 2013 8:00 am

Hello and thanks Pete

The buggle looks identical as in 1879 , but I do not understand how it can go in Fife Case shown on the website ...

Should know its dimensions.

The only manufacture of figurines that sells figurines of buggler with Fife Cases and theirs special sword of buggler have Fifes boxes that do not look at all the photos on this site ...

Their fifes cases would rather leather saddlebags

Other manfactures simply add a musical instrument to an ordinary infantryman, so it is not realistic.Et often their Buggles look like trumpets ...

FIFE CASE

Fife cases in the british army were made of brass and usually did not have rope keepers on the lid (there are exceptions). A tassled rope was passed through the keepers and joined so as to be a sling to wear around the neck. the tasled rope could also be coloured to match the facing colours of the regiment. Fife cases could also be embellished with the regiments cipher or badge etc.


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PostSubject: Re: TARATATATATATA ...   TARATATATATATA ... EmptyThu Jan 17, 2013 8:17 am

So nobody owns an illustration or a photo or a picture of a figure of 54 to 120 mm of a buggler of the british imperial infantry equipped according to the regulations for this war ???
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PostSubject: Re: TARATATATATATA ...   TARATATATATATA ... EmptyThu Jan 17, 2013 9:35 am

Pascal
Congrates on the upcoming birthday

Theres is a color drawing, Plate C, between page 64 and 65 in 'Zulu' ( The big silver book ) by Ian Knight.

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PostSubject: Re: TARATATATATATA ...   TARATATATATATA ... EmptyThu Jan 17, 2013 10:09 am

Hello

Thank you for the Congrates on the upcoming birthday ...

I feel like 1000 years Sad

Thank you for the information for the drawing color, Plate C, page 64 and 65 Between in 'Zulu' (The big silver book) by Ian Knight.

This is a superb birthday present for me ...

Friends of the forum is the same on me ... This is a superb birthday present for me ...Now you and them are the brothers for me ...

Bugglers figures of Empress is right.

Nothing to do with what is on the link above ...

And now I see also how was the sword of the bugglers.

I have repaired the uniformologiques errors over 330 hard plastic 1/56 th scale figurines for the back of their frocks Mad

I have only two concerns regarding the uniform of the British imperial infantry in Zululand ...

- How was the colour - sergeant forage cap of a colour - sergeant of the 2/21 st at Ulundi Sad

- Officers of the 80th replaced their shoulder straps by leathers pads??? Sad

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Happy 50th Birthday Pascal La Rascal . Hip Hip Hooray ! Very Happy
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thank you my marsupial friend

I just returned from the city center, we stop to wish me my birthday and all those who beings the age of my parents want beings to me ...

I forgot the Fife case could be stained with coffee as the helmet and other parts of the equipment in campaign ?

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