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Costume of the Royal Navy & Marines: surgeons in uniform
Depicts clothing, outerwear: uniform, surgeon's [Royal Navy]. This shows the single-breasted surgeon's uniform with red collar and cuff facings, buttons grouped in threes, a right epaulette and a left-shoulder strap, introduced under William IV in 1832. It was officially described as full dress from 1833 when a general undress version for officers, with the same button and lace distinctions was re-introduced, similar to the 1825 pattern.White facings returned in 1843.
Mansion, L [artist]
Original size: 550 mm x 378 mm
- Image reference: PW4259
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London