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This grouping is of the French Army during the Franco-Prussian War 1870. There are other plates that I will include in future issues. These plates were published in 1898 in a French journal; alas, I do not have its title.


A1-27:  Cuirassier Officer, by  A. de Neuville (1882).


A1-28:  Cuirassier Officer, by A. de Neuville (1882)


A1-29:  Lanciers Francais et Prisonniers Prussiens, by Edouard Detaille (1875).


A1-30:  Trompette de Dragons, by A. de Neuville (1882).


A1-31:  No Heading.


A1-32:  Sous-Officer de Hussards, the Hussards has been crossed out and amended to read Chasseurs in pencil by a previous owner, cannot read artist name and date.


A1-33:  Hussard, by A. de Neuville (1884).



A1-35:  En Route, by A. de Neuville (1884).


A1-36:  Voltiger de la Garde, by A. de Neuville.


A1-37: Artilleur, by A. de Neuville (1889).


A1-38:  Chasseur a Pied (Clairon), by A. de Neuville (1873).


A1-39:  Le Niot d\'Ordre, by A. de Neuville (1882).


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