I had the pleasure to comment a hitherto unpublished uniform series, edited in the 1830s, with 56 plates in total. This series covers horse troops (not only cavalry, but also artillery) mainly of France, but also of Naples (1812) and Poland (1831). An interesting fact is, that Richard Knötel used some of the plates for his Uniformenkunde.
The editor of the book, Zeughaus-Verlag in Berlin, also publishes an English translation of the work, you find sample pages and the opportunity to order the book at https://www.zinnfigur.com/en/Books-Media/Zeughaus-Verlag/English-Books/French-Neapolitan-and-Polish-Cavalry-Uniforms.html
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French, Neapolitan and Polish Cavalry Uniforms 1804-1831: A series of watercolours from the 19th century rediscovered
Markus Stein & Markus Gaertner
Publisher: Zeughaus Verlag GmbH (27 Jan. 2023)
Hardcover : 168 pages
A proverbial cellar find brought to light a remarkable source for Napoleonic uniformology, which due to its artistic design but also high level of detail offers valuable support in the research of the military dress of Napoleonic mounted troops. A total of 56 large-format hand-coloured watercolours depict cavalry, artillery and train troops of the French Imperial period from 1804 to 1812, the Neapolitan army of 1812, and the Polish uprising of 1831. The work itself is introduced with a foreword by art historian Dr. Hans D. Baumann, commenting on the artistic representation and especially the provenance of the portfolio. It turned out that the watercolours by unknown artists were originally part of the library of the Royal Theatre in Berlin and finally reached Kassel via the salt mines of Thuringia in the course of the Second World War. From there they went to a private collector and then disappeared in the afore-mentioned cellar.