Indian Military Buttons and those worn by Political Officials

Military buttons worn in the Indian Army before independence. Most buttons are described as large [usually about 1 inch (25mm) in diameter] or small [usually about three quarters of an inch mm] in diameter, The large size is that worn on the tunic and the small is about 17 -20mm worn on cuffs or pockets and by some regiments in place of larger ones on tunics [mainly cavalry and Indian]. Where there is a notable difference in size it is mentioned. Last updated 8th December 2019

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