A corporal with a twisted white cord on his shoulder, inspects the rifle of one of his men.
The corporal wears a 1761-63 coat, with shorter waistcoat than earlier issues.
The private wears the old pattern coat but with later, orange facings.
Both soldiers wear the black leather flap hat with plume that was standard within the regiment.
Around the figures are details of the weapons, equipment and loading procedure of a smoothbore Brown Bess musket.
FROM: Osprey Publishing's, British Light Infantryman of the Seven Years' War (North America 1757-63)
PRICE: £295.00 (unframed)
SIZE: Image approx. H 29 cm x W 21 cm (H 11.25 x W 8.25 inches)
MEDIUM: Watercolour and gouache