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Drum-major Dress Belt, anonymous, c. 1830 - c. 1880

gilding, l 850mm × w 130mm More details

Military bands were under the command of a drummajor, who was part of the headquarters staff. He was the most lavishly dressed man in the regiment and responsible for leading the band, keeping the tempo with a baton while marching.

On display in room 0.9

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This work belongs to Drum-major Dress Belt (NG-NM-11552-229)