19th Century British and Canadian

Circa 1830’s Light Infantry Officer’s wings that belonged to Ensign Jean Gédéon Dallain of the Saint-Laurent Battalion, 4th Regiment Royal Jersey Militia. Born on August 02, 1808 he died on January 07, 1853. He is the great great grand uncle of Marc Dallain the person I obtained the wings from here in Montréal Canada in 2007. Comes in it original issed metal case. Also obtained from him are 2 British Army 1797 Pattern Georgian Officer’s gorgets (Circa 1801-1830 period), gilded metal, and of regulation pattern displaying a central crown of the ‘GR’ cypher with attendant laurel sprays. Included with this grouping are photocopies of the Dallain family chart, of Jean Gédéon Ensign appointment and others papers pertaining to the Dallain family. vg.+ $1750.00


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Irish Lord Lieutenant’s full dress epaulets. Silver bullion fringed shoulder boards decorated with gilt shamrocks. Queen Victoria crown on silver buttons. vg.+ $350.00


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