| ||In 1815 after Napoleons return the Regiments received new flags and eagles at a rate of one per Regiment. The flags now measured 120cm square and were of a much more simple design. Sources vary as to whether the French 1815 pattern flags possessed a fringe. Most regiments displayed the same battle honours as for the 1812 pattern and the gold-embroidered tricolour cravat was still attached immediately below the eagle. |
Lieutenant Porte-aigle 25th Line Regiment 1815.
Top: Fringed design Infantry
Bottom: Fringed design Cavalry