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2001 Republic Of Ireland / Eire, ‘An Garda Siochana’ (Garda) Male Police Officer’s Uniform Service Cap With Metal Cap Badge. POL 405 - POL 405
Formed in 1923, the An Garda Síochána (The Guardian of the Peace), more commonly referred to as ‘the Garda’’ or ‘the Guards’, is the police service of the Republic of Ireland. The service is headed by the Garda Commissioner who is appointed by the Irish Government. Its headquarters are in Dublin's Phoenix Park. This is an excellent original Garda Male Police Officer’s Service Cap. Made of dark blue serge material, it is clean and undamaged. It has the correct cloth covered stiff brim and chin strap with buckles secured by plain plated buttons. The front of the cap is mounted with its original Garda cap badge. The cloth lining with leather sweatband is clean with just service wear to be expected with service use. As was common, the Garda Officer who was issued with the cap appears to have formed the cap into a military saddle shape with slashed peak. The sweatband has a safety pin attached to it with small paper label printed with 12th June 2001 date (illustrated). The cap is approx. UK size 6. The price includes UK delivery. POL 405
£145.00

1987 Republic Of Ireland / Eire, ‘An Garda Siochana’ (Garda) Male Police Officer’s Uniform Service Cap With metal Cap Badge. POL 404 - POL 404
Formed in 1923, the An Garda Síochána (The Guardian of the Peace), more commonly referred to as ‘the Garda’’ or ‘the Guards’, is the police service of the Republic of Ireland. The service is headed by the Garda Commissioner who is appointed by the Irish Government. Its headquarters are in Dublin's Phoenix Park. This is an excellent original Garda Male Police Officer’s Service Cap. Made of dark blue serge material, it is clean and undamaged. It has the correct cloth covered stiff brim and chin strap with buckles secured by plain plated buttons. The front of the cap is mounted with its original Garda cap badge. The cloth lining with leather sweatband is clean with just service wear to the front of the sweatband to be expected with service use. The lining is stamped with date ’08 87’ (August 1987) and size ‘55’ (UK size 6 3/4). The price includes UK delivery. POL 404
£145.00

Post 1952 Royal Ulster Constabulary (R.U.C.) Female Police Officer’s Uniform Service Cap By Compton Sons & Webb Ltd London With Blackened Brass Queen’s Crown R.U.C. Badge. POL 401 - POL 401
Formed in 1922, the uniform and insignia of the R.U.C. remained essentially the same as their predecessors the R.I.C. (Royal Irish Constabulary). From the beginning it had a dual role, unique among United Kingdom police forces, of providing a normal law enforcement police service while protecting Northern Ireland from the terrorist activities of outlawed groups. The R.U.C. was superseded by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in 2001. This is an excellent original Post 1952 R.U.C. female Police officer’s cap. Made of dark green serge material, it is clean and undamaged. It has the correct press stud side flaps, patent leather brim and chin strap with buckles. The front of the cap is mounted with its original blackened brass R.U.C Queen’s Crown cap badge correctly backed by red felt patch. The cloth lining with cloth sweatband is undamaged and has just light service wear. The lining is ink stamped by the manufacturer ‘J. Compton Sons & Webb Ltd London’ together with size ‘6 7/8’. The price includes UK delivery. POL 401
£225.00

Post 1952 Royal Ulster Constabulary (R.U.C.) Female Senior Police Officer’s Uniform Service Cap With Blackened Brass Queen’s Crown R.U.C. Badge. POL 403 - POL 403
Formed in 1922, the uniform and insignia of the R.U.C. remained essentially the same as their predecessors the R.I.C. (Royal Irish Constabulary). From the beginning it had a dual role, unique among United Kingdom police forces, of providing a normal law enforcement police service while protecting Northern Ireland from the terrorist activities of outlawed groups. The R.U.C. was superseded by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in 2001. This is an excellent original Post 1952 R.U.C. Female Senior Police Officer’s Service Cap . Made of dark green material, it is clean and undamaged. It has the correct patent leather brim with gold braid and chin strap with buckles and side flaps with press stud fasteners. It also has the correct black lace headband. The front of the cap is mounted with its original blackened brass R.U.C Queen’s Crown cap badge correctly backed by red felt patch. The cloth lining with cloth sweatband is undamaged and clean. There are no visible manufacturer or size markings on the cap. It is approx. UK size 6. The price includes UK delivery. POL 403
£265.00

Post 1952 Royal Ulster Constabulary (R.U.C.) Male Senior Police Officer’s Uniform Service Cap By Christy’s London With Blackened Brass Queen’s Crown R.U.C. Badge. POL 402 - POL 402
Formed in 1922, the uniform and insignia of the R.U.C. remained essentially the same as their predecessors the R.I.C. (Royal Irish Constabulary). From the beginning it had a dual role, unique among United Kingdom police forces, of providing a normal law enforcement police service while protecting Northern Ireland from the terrorist activities of outlawed groups. The R.U.C. was superseded by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in 2001. This is an excellent original Post 1952 R.U.C. Male Senior Police Officer’s Service Cap . Made of dark green serge material, it is clean and undamaged. It has the correct patent leather brim with gold braid and chin strap with buckles secured by enamelled R.U.C. buttons. It also has the correct black lace headband. The front of the cap is mounted with its original blackened brass R.U.C Queen’s Crown cap badge correctly backed by red felt patch. The cloth lining with leather sweatband is undamaged and clean. The lining is stamped in gold by the manufacturer ‘Christy’s London’ The manufacturer mark is repeated on the sweatband. Also on the sweatband is a size label ‘7’. The price includes UK delivery. POL 402
£275.00

Victorian Irish Police Bog Oak Wooden Truncheon/ Staff With Hand Carved Shamrocks & Harp With Wrist Cord. Sn 16386. - 16386
Bog Oak, much like Brown Oak, is not a specific species, but is rather a term that designates oak that has been buried in a peat bog, sometimes for several hundreds of years. The anaerobic conditions of the bog protect the wood from decay, while the acidic water contains tannins, which stain the wood a dark brown to almost black. This is an excellent Victorian Irish Police Hand Carved Bog Oak Wooden Truncheon/ Staff. This heavy truncheon measures 13 ¾” overall. For its whole length and around its circumference the staff is deeply hand carved with foliate decoration, Shamrocks and Harp designs. The grip section which is holed for wrist cord and fitted with old frayed shoelace wrist cord. It has a hand carved diamond shaped pattern to assist grip. The price for this Victorian Irish Bog Oak Police truncheon / staff includes UK delivery. Sn 16386
£275.00

Victorian Irish Police Bog Oak Wooden Truncheon/ Staff With Hand Carved Shamrocks & Harp. Sn 16385. - 16385
Bog Oak, much like Brown Oak, is not a specific species, but is rather a term that designates oak that has been buried in a peat bog, sometimes for several hundreds of years. The anaerobic conditions of the bog protect the wood from decay, while the acidic water contains tannins, which stain the wood a dark brown to almost black. This is an excellent Victorian Irish Police Hand Carved Bog Oak Wooden Truncheon/ Staff. This heavy truncheon measures 12 ½” overall. For its whole length and around its circumference the staff is deeply hand carved with, Leaves, Shamrocks and Harp designs. The grip section which is holed for wrist cord has a hand carved diamond shaped pattern to assist grip. The tip of the staff is decorated with a hand carved shamrock. The price for this Victorian Irish Bog Oak Police truncheon / staff includes UK delivery. Sn 16385
£275.00

WW1 1916 Cased Liverpool Shipwreck & Humane Society Silver Marine Medal & Certificate For Gallantry To PC 276D John Jas Coligy Liverpool City Police Together With His Metropolitan Police Whistle & Lignum Vitae Wood Truncheon. Sn 16300 - 16300
The Liverpool Shipwreck & Humane Society was instituted on 9th January 1839 and still exists today. William Wyon (1795 -1851) was invited to design the Society’s first medal and he produced the well known design that is still used to this day. Wyon was a member of a family of renowned seal engravers and medallists and the chief engraver at the Royal Mint. There was a delay in obtaining the first medals because, when work was well advanced in June 1843 the obverse die broke owing to a flaw in the steel and Wyon fell ill, and it was not until 1844 that the Society received its first supply. On 17th October 1916 PC 276D Coligy of the Liverpool City Police bravely attempted to save a drowning man from the Liverpool docks and on the 2nd November that year the Liverpool Shipwreck & Humane Society awarded their silver medal & certificate of gallantry to the Constable for his actions. This is PC Coligy’s original Marine Medal for Gallantry with case of issue and framed certificate from the society together with the Constable’s original Liverpool Police whistle and truncheon all recently obtained from his family. The medal is contained in its leather bound wood case and is lined with blue felt and cushioned silk to fit the medal. The silk lining is manufacturer marked by ‘Oldfields Liverpool’ and the outside of the case is embossed with the Society’s device. The case is clasp fastening. The obverse of the solid silver medal has the figure of a sailor kneeling on a fragment of a wreck rescuing a child and its mother from drowning. In the background the crew of a boat can also be seen rescuing someone else from the sea, and in the distance there is a sailing ship. The inscription around the top third of the medal reads “LORD SAVE US: WE PERISH” and at the base is written “W. WYON, R.A.”. The reverse side has a wreath of oak leaves made from two branches with a hen cormorant in the centre with wings extended and bearing an olive branch in its beak. The bird was copied from the Liverpool Borough arms and is the “Liver Bird” which sits on top of the Royal Liver Building at Liverpool’s Pier Head. Between the design and the rim and fully round the circumference of the medal are the words “LIVERPOOL SHIPWRECK AND HUMANE SOCIETY 1839”. The medal has its original blue ribbon and pin clasp. The medal is 36mm diameter. The rim of the medal is engraved with the Constable’s details and date of his action. The colourful original certificate is signed and dated by the society’s chairman and secretary and dated 2nd November 1916. The certificate has original hand written account of the Constable’s actions leading to the award (illustrated in image 3). The certificate is contained in its later glazed wood frame. The certificate in its frame measures 11 ½” x 14 ½”. The whistle is nickel plated brass and has a fixed lanyard ring. The whistle is 3 ¼” length and functions as it should. The body of the whistle has manufacturer marking ‘The Metropolitan Made In England’ and ‘Liverpool City Police’. The lignum vitae wood truncheon is 15 ½” length. It has finger grooves at the grip and rope wrist cord. The wood has stable surface cracks consistent with age and service use. The price for this Police collection to a heroic Police Constable and worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 16300
£645.00

Post 1952 New Zealand Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's 6 Panel Helmet With Queen’s Crown Helmet Plate and Chin Strap. Sn 13907:68 - 13907:68
An excellent, post 1952 New Zealand Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's 6 Panel blue serge helmet With Queen’s Crown Helmet Plate and Chin Strap. It has an excellent exterior finish with correct 6 panel construction,vented top mount and headband. Both sides of the helmet have ringed ventilation holes. It is fitted with its original metal Queen’s Crown New Zealand Police plate. Inside it is in excellent condition with a leather sweat band, leather lining and leather chin strap with buckle. The inside of the helmet has its original manufacturer label ‘Mountcastle Pty Ltd Australia’ (illustrated). The size is approximately UK size 6 1/2. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:68
£225.00

British Police Constable & Sergeant's Uniform Helmets With Plates, Cheshire Constabulary, greater Manchester Police, Avon & Somerset Constabulary, Metropolitan Police (London), Mid-Anglia Constabulary. 13907:67 **NB THE PRICE IS PER HELMET** - 13907:67
5 x various police forces male Constable's / Sergeant's Helmets, all with helmet plates and chin straps. All have QE II Queens crown metal helmet plates. All five helmets have a leather sweat bands and chinstraps. The Cheshire helmet is by Christy London and the sweatband is impressed with their manufacturer mark. It is also size marked 6 7/8. It also has handwritten number ‘1623’ most likely the collar number of the officer who was issued with this helmet. The GMP helmet is by Christy London and the sweatband is impressed with their manufacturer mark. It is approx. UK size 6. The Avon & Somerset helmet is by Christy London and the sweatband is impressed with their manufacturer mark. It is also size marked 7 3/8. It also has handwritten ‘PC 639 Roberts’ most likely the name & collar number of the officer who was issued with this helmet. The Metropolitan Police helmet is approx. UK size 6 ½. The Mid-Anglia helmet is approx. UK size 6. The price is for one individual helmet and the price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:67
£125.00
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