|Guards of Honor and "Tetes de Colonne" Troops
On Left - Chapeau, Habit and Gilet, Guard d'Honneur a Cheval (Horse Guard of Honor) of the City of Liege (1810)
Left Rear - Uniform of the Horse Guard of Honor of the City of Caen. Coat is "jonquille" (a shade of yellow) with collar and cuffs of red ("amarante") velvet
Lower Left of display case: Infantry Drum - This is the sole authentic drum known to be from the First Empire
Far right - Shako, Habit, and Gilet; Officer of the Horse Guard of Honor of the City of Bayonne (1808-1813). Coat is scarlet and the collar is green.
On Wall - Middle Item - First Empire Drum Major baton, 1.25 meters long, with a silver chain