London, South Kensington
29 November 2007
After A. Piratskii and others (circa 1813-1871)
A collection of Russian military prints, comprising: General aide-de-camps, 15 March 1855, No.7; Officers: superior and subordinate, Hussar regiment, 7 May 1855, No.147; General and superior officer, Bashkir army, 28 March 1857, No.280; Subaltern of gendarmes, 15 March 1855, No.75; A soldier of Kirasi'skii army, 14 January 1857, No.274; Hussar of the Count Palen and Kliastitskii regiments, 28 May 1855, No.174; Aide-de-camps, 15 March 1855, No.9; Subaltern and warrant officer of Cossak regiment, 18 May 1859, No. 320.
chromolithographs on wove paper
15¾ x 12 3/8 in. (40 x 31.5 cm.)
A collection of eight prints (8)
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