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Título: General Sir Robert Napier, Later Lord Napier...
Editorial: Army & Navy Magazine, London
Año de publicación: 1881
Ilustrador: Maul & Fox, Photogrxapher
Lord Napier of Magdala, G.C.B., GC.S.I. A fine original photograph by Maul & Fox of Lord Napier in uniform with orders and medals, 9 x 12cm. The portrait is mounted on a titled sheet of thin card as it appeared in the Army and Navy Magazine Vol III of 1881. The portrait appears to have been taken before the Abyssinian Campaign as his campaign medals end with those for the Indian Mutiny and the China War. In his usual rather eccentric way he wears miniature rather than full sized medals and contrary to modern custom he wears the medals on the right of his uniform, probably so that they are not obscured by his sash. The star is that of teh KCB he was awarded follwing his successful Central india campaign in the Indian Mutiny. He was to be advance to the Peerage and made GCB and GCSI. In 1863 he acted as Viceroy and Governoir General between the Viceroyalties of Lord Egin and Sir John Lawrence. Sir Robert Napier, later Lord Napier of Magdala was one of the most distinguished Royal Engineers of the 19th century. Size: 9 x 12cm Size of Photograph. N° de ref. de la librería 008081
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