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A very rare example of a 12th Royal Lancers Officers Sabretache. A 47mm gold herringbone lace encloses a scarlet cloth face bearing Queen Victoria’s cypher over crossed lances with gold over silver pennons, below the cypher are roman numerals for XII, below this is a silver bullion sphinx sitting on a tablet, inscribed “Egypt”.
This 12th royal lancers tunic is of a scarlet collar, cuffs, plastron and piping to the edges and back seams. Brass regimental buttons bearing Kings crown and yellow cord loops to the shoulders. The stand up collar with good 12th Royal lancers collar badges. Clothing factory label
A very nice and extremely rare 13th hussars cavalry regiment tunic, having white cuffs as well as the regulation white collar. Dark blue Melton cloth, the collar edged with gold “Vandyke” lace. On each side in front, six loops of chain gimp forming eyes and double drops with gold worked caps and olivette fastenings.
An extremely rare 32nd Sikh Pioneers Indian Army Tunic, a short lived example, of a fine scarlet tunic, with blue facings and white piping. Gold ‘Vellum’ lace to the collar and pointed cuffs, the latter traced with Russia braid as for post 1902 infantry. Fine collar badges of white metal crossed axes.
A rare 33rd Middlesex Home Guard Officers Tunic. A khaki woolen single breasted open collar blouse with pleated chest pockets and hidden button flaps, embroidery Lieutenant shoulder rank and printed Home Guard titles over “MX33” to both sleeves, the lower right cuff with printed four year service stripes
A rare Victorian officer’s 3rd Forfarshire Rifle Volunteers Doublet attributed to Captain Frederick Tosh. The tunic is of a standard regimental 1880 pattern. single breasted scarlet Melton cloth doublet, with dark blue facings to the collar and cuffs each decorated with silver lace.
This 9th Lancers full dress tunic is made of dark blue Melton cloth with scarlet collar, cuffs, plastron and piping to back seams and edges of the skirts. A one inch gold ‘Bias and Stand’ lace edging to the collar and pointed cuffs. Regimental buttons and plaited gold shoulder cords bearing two Lieutenant embroidered rank stars
A fine and rare mess jacket of scarlet Melton cloth with dark blue facings to the collar and cuffs. To the front there is a row of silvered seeded buttons and to the collar, fine gilt metal St Andrew & Cross collar badges. To the shoulders and attached by two Black Watch Royal Highlanders buttons are silver bullion cords with lieutenant rank stars.
A very fine and rare pair of box pattern County Meath Deputy Lieutenant epaulettes, attributed to Captain John Arthur Joseph Farrell of the Royal Meath Militia, Deputy Lieutenant and High Sheriff of County Meath. Silver bullion strap edged with corded inniskillen. Within the silver crescent are gold corded bullion shamrock leaves.
This fine Gloucestershire hussars uniform is tailored by H Lehmann & Son, Aldershot, the jacket is named to Trooper Montgomery and dated 1913. The tunic is of vivid Beaufort blue cloth, edged and richly trimmed with yellow worsted square cord forming 18 loops each side and fastened with plain brass ball buttons