Gallery 4 — Danish uniforms 1800–1850

In the ear­ly 1800s, inspi­ra­tion for the army’s uni­forms from Napoleon’s many reg­i­ments was picked up and the dif­fer­ences between the indi­vid­ual regimes were grad­u­al­ly becom­ing more and more blurred until a uni­form uni­form for the whole army was intro­duced around the mid­dle of the 19th cen­tu­ry (except for the Liv­gar­den and the Husar­reg­i­ment). where the char­ac­ter­is­tic of each reg­i­ment changed from col­ors to num­bers on the uni­form.