Still from CBC's documentary Battle for a Continent
64th Regiment Of Foot at Eutaw Springs 1777.This is not representative of the uniform of most British regiments at that time. By 1777 most regiments had stopped wearing breeches and gaiters and favoured overalls, also most regiments had cut the tails of their jackets down by this time. It was only newly arrived regiments who wore standard regulation uniform.
AWI- Britain: British Marines, Battalion Company, Corporal. 5th Regiment of Foot, Battalion Company, Officer & 38th Regiment of Foot, Battalion Company, Private. c.1777.
British Grenadier of the 20th Regiment of Foot by Don Troiani
"Patrick Henry- Liberty or Death" - American Revolutionary War
British;10th Foot, Light Company, 1775. Facings yellow, officer's lace silver, mens' lace white with blue line. [SOURCE: R. J. Marrion. Fellow of The Company of Military Historians of America. Uniforms of the American War of Independence. A series of 24 collector cards. Victoria Gallery, London, England. 1992.]
British troops landing in America during the War of the American Independence
AWI- Britain: British Soldiers, by John Buxton.
Corporal and Private, 40th and 45th Regiments of Foot; Seven Years War.