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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.


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The five small statues in the niches of the cenotaph represent (from left to right) St. Jerome, St. John the Baptist and the Virgin and Child, a bearded male saint (perhaps St. Paul or St. Peter) and a figure who could be either the penitent Magdalene or St. Mary of Egpyt. Wolters noted their inclusion in Penuti’s engraving but disputed their original ...


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The only distinctive thing I could guess where the uniform came from is the United States according to the buckle. It looks like a Union Army NCO/Officer buckle. It looks something like this:


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