May be my Great Great Grandfather Peter or Edward Hepburn. We do not know anything about him. Is it from the Crimea? What rank and/or regiment? My cousin said her father told her it might have been Crimean war and from Scotland.
The cap is an officers pattern 1880 forage cap which was used until around 1902. The white band as I understand it represents an English or Welsh regiment and the grenade on his cuff above the stripes might suggest one of the fusilier regiments. The rank is possibly a regimental quartermaster sergeant though I don't know what the two extra stars represent.
A post-1880 photograph of a Quartermaster-Sergeant in a Volunteer Royal Engineers unit, wearing an other-ranks patrol jacket. The stars on cuff indicate long service in volunteer/militia forces. The grenade is actually part of his rank insignia, and has nothing to do with any connection to any fusiliers unit.