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Queen's Colour of the Regiment of Chasseurs "Isabel II" 1841-1844 (Spain)

Bandera coronela del Regimiento de Infantería de Cazadores Isabel II

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image by Sergio Camero, 04 Dec 2002

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Queen's Colour (bandera coronela) of the Regiment of Chasseurs Isabel II 1841-1844. This regiment was reorganized in 1841 after Queen María Cristina's regency. Previously it was called Regimiento de la Reina Gobernadora (Regiment of the Governing Queen). In 1841 it is granted a Queen's Colour and two Regimental Colours which it keeps until 1844, when the former Colours are reused because of Queen María Cristina's return, making the regiment readopt its previous name.

Source: Luis Sorando Muzás [smz], Banderas, Estandartes y Trofeos del Museo del Ejército 1700-1842.

Sergio Camero, translated by Santiago Dotor, 04 Dec 2002