Studio portrait of a private in the Welsh Regiment (note shoulder title on left shoulder) seated, with a woman believed to be his wife. On his lower left sleeve is a good conduct chevron, awarded for two years unblemished conduct.
A studio portrait of a private in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. The soldier is seated, his arms crossed in front of him displaying an overseas service chevron on his right sleeve and a wound stripe on his lower left sleeve.
Half-length studio portrait of a soldier of the Welsh Regiment looking directly at the camera and sitting with the chair back between sitter and photographer. His arms are crossed in front of him to show a machine gunners skill-at-arms badge.
A half-length portrait of an officer in dress uniform displaying the collar badges of the South Wales Borderers. Identified as Captain Alan Ralph Peel of Taliaris, killed in action at Kosseoa, Cameroon on Nov 17th 1914. See West Wales War Memorial...