Prussian 1st Corps, 1815
Variation in Uniform of former Reserve, Freikorps and Foreign Units
12th (2nd Brandenburg) Infanterie-Regiment
1st Btl., dark grey or black waistcoat, red collar patch, white trousers and black crossbelts.
2nd Btl., formerly the 3rd. Btl. 6th Infanterie-Regiment, blue Kollett, carmine collar and facings, white shoulder straps and black crossbelts.
3rd Btl., light grey waistcoat, carmine collar patches, white trousers and black crossbelts.
24th (4th Brandenburg) Infanterie-Regiment
1st Btl., grey uniform with yellow collar patches, red shoulder straps and Prussian shakos.
2nd Btl., as 1st Battalion.
3rd Btl., as 1st Battalion, possibly with the black crossbelts normally worn in the 3rd Battalions.
Other units in this corps wore the typical 1813–1815 campaign uniform.
- Allevi, Piersergio: Zinnsoldaten, p. 165