Scottish Rifles (Cameronians) late Victorian / Edwardian Rank and File Shako. shako.
A dark blue cloth example, across the front a plaited mohair cord swag, that terminates with acorn devices. To the front a blackened strung bugle surmounted by a cord boss mounted with a Mullet and black horsehair plume. Horizontal patent leather peak and leather chinstrap. The interior with various stampings and paper label "size by ring Measure" 21 1/2", leather sweatband. Service wear
Code: 50642Price: 600.00 GBP
Crimean War Period Staff Officer’s Scarlet Coatee
A fine rare example of scarlet melton cloth, with dark blue facings to the collar and cuffs, each decorated with gold bullion embroidery. To the front two rows of ten gilt Staff Officer buttons arranged in pairs, with further buttons to the cuff facings. The tails with white turn backs and Staff Officer pattern bullion tail ornaments. It is interesting to note that the tails were originally tailored as per regulations with false pocket flaps, to conform with the new 1848 dress regulations these have been removed. The interior with quilted cotton lining. The overall condition is good, scarlet is fresh, but with some areas of dulling and some small moth holes not effecting the overall appearance
Code: 50714Price: 2500.00 GBP
Scots Guards Officer’s Scarlet Tunic
A fine quality post 1953 example with dark blue facings to collar and cuffs. The collar is with gold bullion decoration of regimental pattern, mounted with a thistle device. Complete with gilt metal regimental buttons, arranged in three groups of three. The shoulder straps mounted with a bullion Regimental Stars denoting the rank of Captain. To the left breast provision for medals. Scarlet remains fresh.
Code: 50713Price: 450.00 GBP
2nd VB Notts & Derby Regiment Sergeant's Scarlet tunic.
A good example of scarlet woollen cloth with white facings. The shoulder straps are embroidered “2 V Notts and Derby” in black thread. Right arm bearing three silver lace chevrons surmounted by silver bullion proficiency star; left forearm with silver bullion crossed rifles.Complete with white metal post 1901 General Service buttons. The interior with wool loning. One collar badge absent scarlet remains bright. Minor moth
London Rifle Brigade WW2 Officer’s 1939 hallmarked silver pouch belt plate.
A splendid example by JRG&S (JR Gaunt and Sons) bearing Birmingham hallmarks to the front. Within a oak wreath, a circlet inscribed “London Rifle Brigade. South Africa 1900,’02” superimposed on crossed sword and sceptre; shield from the Royal Arms to the centre. Across the base of the wreath, a scroll inscribed “Primus in urbe” with shield from the City of London arms below. Under the Crown, a scroll inscribed “France & Flanders 1914,’18”; beneath the circlet another inscribed “Ypres 1915,’17”; four honour scrolls to either side of the wreath. Complete with HM silver backing plate. Three screw posts to reverse complete with HM silver hooped nuts.
Code: 50704Price: 750.00 GBP
Scottish. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders Edwardian Officer’s 1904 hallmarked silver plaid brooch.
A very fine scarce heavy example by J&Co (Jennens) bearing 1904 Birmingham hallmarks. High relief thistle wreath encircling two scrolls inscribed “Peninsula” and “Waterloo”. Between the scrolls, the Sphinx resting on “Egypt” plinth to voided centre. Stout pin with ornate hinge to reverse.
Code: 50703Price: 750.00 GBP
Indian Army. Cawnpore Rifle Volunteers pre 1903 pagri badge.
A fine and scarce die stamped white metal British made example on stout pagri pin. Within a crowned oval title strap, the Angel of the Well.
Formed 16th August, 1877. Angel from the Cawnpore Memorial Well which commemorates the appalling massacre of women and children by mutineers in 1857.
Code: 50705Price: 320.00 GBP
Suffolk Regiment Victorian Officer’s helmet plate circa 1881-1901.
A fine scarce rich gilt example on three loops. Crowned star mounted with laurel sprays and Garter. To the black velvet centre, a silver two tower castle . 'The Suffolk Regiment' solver scroll on the lower part of the spays.
85th (King’s Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot Victorian Officer's shako plate circa 1869-78.
A fine and scarce die-stamped gilt example on loops (one a replacement). Within crowned laurel sprays, the Garter, the seeded centre pierced with stencilled '85',
Code: 50700Price: 420.00 GBP
1th Middlesex (St. George’s) Volunteer Rifle Corps Victorian 1859 Birmingham hallmarked silver pouch belt plate.
A very fine example by JB on four screw posts. Laurel sprays, surmounted by a crown resting on a blank tablet, surrounding St. George and the Dragon on a darkened seeded backing plate.
Code: 50698Price: 550.00 GBP
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