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Royalty. Royal Standard of HRH The Duke of Gloucester.

A fine scarce official military issue double sided example. (approx 16 x 10 inches)

This pattern would be flown from staff cars, military launches and aircraft when His Royal Highness was onboard.

Code: 50137Price: 150.00 GBP

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Royalty. Royal Standard of Other Members of The Royal Family not entitled to their own standard.

A fine scarce official military issue double sided example. (approx 16 x 10 inches)

This pattern would be flown from staff cars, military launches and aircraft when a Royal Personage was onboard.

Code: 50138Price:

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Indian Army. Scinde Horse silver pouch belt plate, whistle etc.

A fine and scarce example. The plate heavily silver plated, the whistle and holder both silver by J & Co. (Jennens) bears Birmingham 1884 hallmarks. Reverse of plate now with broad slider, and supports four chain to whistle and holder in the style of a chatelaine.

Code: 50689Price: 350.00 GBP

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Silver Ambulance Column Spirt Flask hallmarked London 1918.

A superb example in the form of a miniature canteen / waterbottle by George Neal and George Neal. The front engraved with Geneva Cross within the legend "Ambulance Column 1914-1919"

Code: 50342Price: 480.00 GBP

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Royal Navy Victorian 1863 hallmarked silver bosunís call Whistle.

A fine and rare example by Henry Hyde Aston of Regent Place, Birmingham bearing full Birmingham hallmarks. Each end of the barrel shaped buoy bearing crowned fouled anchor on a lined ground; the keel ornamented with skilfully hand engraved scrollwork.

During this period, The Royal Navy was involved in the second Maori War in New Zealand.

Code: 50164Price: 520.00 GBP

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Victorian 19th century Ambrotype photograph of an Infantry Officer.

This hand coloured ambrotype photograph depicts a young Officer half length wearing a scarlet 1856 pattern tunic with white facings and rank to the collar. To his hand he holds the hilt of an 1822 pattern infantry sword and to the table at his side his shako. Colours remain good. The photograph is contained in the original leather and velvet lined case. The exterior with the photographer details of Mr Killburn of 222 Regent Street who was by Appointment to the Royal Family.

Mr William Edward Kilburn was the favorite photographer of Queen Victoria and she would allow her photograph to be taken six times a year. He opened his studio at 222 Regent Street on the 9th February 1847.

Code: 50360Price: 220.00 GBP

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Late 18th Century Military Miniature Portrait.

A good quality oil on ivory head and shoulder portrait of an Officer wearing scarlet coatee with white facings. To the shoulder the early style cloth epaulette with tassels.. Mounted into a gilt oval frame, pendant glazed to both sides. Colour and detail is good, but please note there is a crack to the ivory. Height 5cm

Code: 50435Price: 320.00 GBP

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Irish: Napoleonic War Castleblaney Cavalry Portrait Miniature.

A rare and good quality portrait painted onto ivory. The portrait depicts an Officer head and shoulders, wearing scarlet coatee with blue facings and silvered chained wings. His white leather
shoulder belt can be clearly seen with his gilt shoulder belt plate .
To the corner of the portrait is the date 1798. Contained in the original carved wood oval frame (split top and bottom not affecting image). Overall height 3 1/2 inches.

Raised in 1796 with Lord Blaney commanding; 1804 Army List shows just four Officers.

Code: 50473Price: 850.00 GBP

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Irish Guards Regimental Music stand drape.

A rare example. Order of St. Patrick Star embroidered in silver bullion and coloured silks onto a drape of blue and red cloth of the Guards Division, these colours are repeated to the tassels.

Code: 50535Price: 260.00 GBP

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