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Old 3rd January 2014, 11:04 AM   #1
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Default Picture of a 17th Lancer in 1829 wearing a 1796 LCS

Also it appears that the famed military artist RC Woodville has them using the 1796 LCS in the famous 'Charge of the Light Brigade'.
Having been based in India and then armed with the 1796 LCS is it possible they retained that sabre even in the Crimea, taking into account the picture from 1829 and Woodvilles picture of them?
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