New Toy Soldiers - Made in Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Retainers Review: Rajgarh
What was the Delhi Durbar 1903 / Jul 4th, 2017 6:09 pm     A+ | a-

1 Mounted drummer
5 Led horses
17 Irregular horsemen and 10 Mace-bearers
20 Footmen
2 Elephants
4 Footmen

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Here is one of the elephants. The list mentions two, the second one in this picture being the state elephant. You'll see it closer in the next picture. You can see the footmen here, and a couple of led horses. This is one of the first digital scans that I bought from the BL

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Here is the state elephant. This is a photocopy of the copies they had as spare at the British Library that no one ever wanted . That's why the quality is not so good. Here are some macebearers and the cavalry behind.

Sets 442, 443, 444 and 445 - The Rajgarh Group

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Again this photo is captioned as belonging to the Rajgarh state, but I don't think it's correct (mainly because only two elephants should be in the group)

Next, Narsingarh (yay!)

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