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Coat

Identifier: 1997.416 · Date: 1917 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is an olive green or khaki officer's tunic or coat with badges & medal ribbons, and captain's insignia on the epaulettes. It fastens in front with four large brass buttons marked MACHINE GUN C...

Lothian & Border Horse Yeomanry trooper’s tunic, WW1

Identifier: 1997.415 · Date: 1914=1917 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Lothian & Border Horse WW1 private`s tunic with badges & cord

The volunteers of the Lothians served overseas during the period 1914-18. Many of the regiment's original complement were promoted int...

East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry officer’s tunic

Identifier: 1996.437.10 · Date: =1837c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

uniform of red felt, cut high to rear, high collar, `waistcoat` front, long sleeves; black felt cuffs, collar, epaulettes with silver braids in trefoil loops; linked steel rings on epaulettes; 3 x ...

Trousers

Identifier: 1996.437.3 · Date: 1846c=1900c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

cream tight heavy canvas trousers, high narrow waist, short leg; plain brass button at each pocket; 1 at waist; 5 at fly; 4 mother/pearl at open slit front of knee, another behind; leg slit 13 cm w...

Exercise Book With Notes Relating To Guns

Identifier: NB/14/4 · Date: nd · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Cannon-ball

Identifier: 1994.429 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

black with pitted surface

Shot

Identifier: 1994.527 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

small iron shot, dark brown/orange, pitted, flakey surface

Shot

Identifier: 1994.528 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

small iron shot, flattened, pitted dark brown/orange flakey surface

Shot

Identifier: 1994.455 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

from hackbutt or musketoon type weapon

Cannon-ball

Identifier: 1994.425 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

iron cannon ball, rust and white patches on pitted surface