[All sheets £5.00].
Up to 1858 the 'finials' adorning the pikestaffs of a stand of British Army (or Honourable East India Company) regimental colours took the form of a hollow gold coloured spear point, with a transverse bar running across the interior space. Each of the pikestaffs was further adorned with two trailing cords of twisted crimson and gold silk with tassels. You will find sets of cast metal finials and cords appropriate to the regimental colours below listed within our 'THEM' range (see THEM 12). This is a good place to mention that we also have cased colours available at THEM 13.
IDM 01 Union Flags (x 3).
[Particularly suited for standard bearers in command groups, tented camps and HQ buildings etc].
IDM 02 Red over white lance pennons (x 21).
IDM 03 HM 24th (The 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment (1849).
IDM 04 HM 22nd (The Cheshire) Regiment (1843).