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PM TimR
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Portugese Light Dragoons
TimR
18th Jun 2015 05:38:06

I was wondering what figures people are using for 1813  Portuguese dragoons?  Did they have bell top shalkos or crested helmets?

Thanks

Tim


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PM njt236
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Portugese Light Dragoons
njt236
18th Jun 2015 08:31:37

After the 1809 reforms I  believe they wore the Tarleton style helmet.


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