British Cavalry Uniforms of the 19th Century: 14th Light Dragoons

A series of regular blog posts displaying images from “British Cavalry Uniforms of the 19th Century”; a set of trade cards issued by Badshah Tea Co. of London in 1963. 


#11: The 14th Light Dragoons

“This regiment was raised as Dragoons in 1715, converted to Light Dragoons in 1776, to Hussars in 1861 and in 1922 was amalgamated with the 20th Hussars. This is an officer of the regiment at the beginning of the 19th Century.”

 

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Officer, 14th Light Dragoons (c.1808)

 

Sites of interest about the 14th Light Dragoons:

National Army Museum page on the 14th Light Dragoons (who later became the 12th Royal Lancers).

My own painted Light Dragoons (the 13th Regt) from the same era from the Nappy Cavalry Project.

The Light Dragoons Regimental Association.

The British Army at Waterloo: Impressively painted figures of the 12th Light Dragoons at Waterloo. This blog features one man’s project that aims to represent every British soldier at Waterloo (31,500 men) in 28mm figures.

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