These are interesting uniform tags for a man who served in the Leib-Garde-Husaren-Regiment. They were sewn into tunics and other clothing items. The tags measure 2″ x 3.” Two are made of white paper with adhesive backing. The other three are made of white cotton. The message and appearance are the same on all five tags. The outline of a black box is printed in black diamonds within the center of the white tag. This inner box measures 1 1/2″ x 2 1/4.” Printed within the box reads:
4. Esk. Leib-Garde-Hus. =Regt.
The tag identifies the trooper (Uhlig). It also identifies the Kompagnie (Eskadron) to which he was assigned in the Leib-Garde-Husaren-Regiment. He was also assigned number 74. All of his depot-issued property carried this number. These are really interesting. We have five of them available.