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Title: Battalion of distinguished volunteers from Madrid
Publisher: Litog[rafia] Nueva, C[all]e Caballero de Gracia 22 y Cedaceros 10, Madrid
Description: Legend: In 1836 there were so many people who tried to join the Carlists, that it was impossible to find room for them in the army. Because of this and in order to keep them busy and satisfy their patriotism this body was formed to garrison the coast. Their uniform: English-style blue frock coat, grey trousers and red beret. Weapons: rifle and cartridge belt. Numbering in the album: plate 25.
Physical description: 1 15 x 22 cm engraving on a 23 x 31 cm page
Issue Date: 1844
Publication: Museo Zumalakarregi Museoa
Appears in Collections:Prints XIX century album

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