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Original Victorian Hand Decorated Police Truncheon With ‘VR’ Royal Cypher and ‘B.N. 25’. POL 399 - POL 399
A Victorian police truncheon, hand decorated ‘B.N. 25’ (most likely a Police district or Division number) and stylised ‘VR’ (Victoria Regina) Royal Cypher. The truncheon is made from wood, the upper shaft painted black and the handle grooved for grip. The decoration is in good bright condition. The grip is fitted with leather wrist strap which has a leather wrist cord. The truncheon measures 18” length. The price includes UK delivery. POL 399
£195.00

Derbyshire Constabulary Male Constable's/ Sergeant's Blue Serge 2 Panel Police Helmet With King’s Crown Night Helmet Plate. Sn 12999 - 12999
During the 19th and 20th Century the County and Boroughs of Derbyshire have been policed by four different Police Forces. The Forces were amalgamated into the Derbyshire Constabulary in 1947.This is a very good, male Constable's / Sergeant's helmet of the Derbyshire Constabulary. It has a Navy blue 2 panel body, blackened rose boss and a Derbyshire Constabulary King’s Crown blackened metal helmet night plate. The inside has a leather sweat band and leather chin strap (the chin strap has become detached on one side at some point in its life but could easily be repaired). The sweatband is impressed with partially readable manufacturer and size roundel ‘****Webb Ltd London’ & size ‘7 1/4’. There is also contemporary hand written number ‘3565’ no doubt the collar number of the Police officer who owned the helmet. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12999
£195.00

Early British Police Uniform Cape With Lion Head Fasteners, Chain and Collar Numbers. Pol 398 - Pol 398
This is a very nice condition British Police Uniform cape which is complete. The Uniform cape first came into service in the late 1800 and probably ceased to be issue uniform in the late 1960's early 1970's. This cape is a winter, thick serge wool cape which is complete. It has the original brass lion heads on the collar with the brass fixing chain. The collar has the police officer collar number fixed, "292" in bright chrome. The collar numbers are fixed as they should be with the brass split pins. The inside of the cape has a white printed code "B.P. 292 4 65". It is undamaged and all the stitching is present and secure. This is a very nice example of the British police winter cape. The price includes delivery. Pol 398
£175.00

A Victorian Period Halifax County Borough Police Uniform Leather Waist Belt, Buckle and Clasp. Pol 397 - Pol 397
The Halifax County Borough Police was formed in 1848 and amalgamated in 1868. This is an original Victorian period uniform leather waist belt, buckle and clasp. The waist belt is dark brown leather and shows signs of being worn. The belt is in excellent condition. It is 48" long when laid out flat. It has a buckle which allows it to be adjusted, in the photographs it is adjusted to 40". The belt has one leather loop. The clasp is chromed brass (non-magnetic) and has the Halifax County Borough Police crest in the centre along with "Halifax County Borough Police" around the outside. The leather fob behind the clasp has a number stamped on the reverse "1115" making it a researchable item. The stitching on the belt is all present and secure. The price includes Uk delivery. Pol 397
£225.00

Post 1967 British Hampshire Police Male Constable's / Sergeant's Blue Serge Helmet With Hampshire Helmet Plate. Pol 396 - Pol 396
Hampshire Constabulary is the territorial police force responsible for policing the counties of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in South East England. The force area includes the historic city of Winchester, and the largest city in South East England of Southampton and the naval city of Portsmouth. The force also covers the New Forest National Park, sections of the South Downs National Park, and large towns such as Basingstoke, Eastleigh, Andover, Fareham and Aldershot. The constabulary, as it is currently constituted, dates from 1967 but modern policing in Hampshire can be traced back to 1832. This is a very good, male Constable's / Sergeant's helmet of Hampshire Police. It has a blue serge body, rigid combe to provide greater protection during public disorder with chromed combe plate and Hampshire Police Queen’s Crown (QE II) chromed metal helmet plate. The inside has a red silk sweat band with white nylon straps and string adjustment cord. It has a black nylon chinstrap. Inside it has the remnants of a paper manufacturer’s label. Approximately a size 7. The price includes UK delivery. Pol 396
£145.00

1968 - 1974 British Manchester & Salford Police Male Constable's / Sergeant's Blue Serge Helmet By Christy’s London With Helmet Plate. Pol 395 - Pol 395
Manchester and Salford Police was a police force in England from 1 June 1968 to 1 April 1974. It was created as a merger of the Manchester City Police and Salford City Police and covered the adjacent county boroughs of Manchester and Salford. It was amalgamated with parts of the Lancashire Constabulary and Cheshire Constabulary under the Local Government Act 1972 to form Greater Manchester Police. This is a very good, male Constable's / Sergeant's Helmet of Manchester & Salford Police. It has a blue serge body, rigid combe to provide greater protection during public disorder with chrome combe plate and Manchester & Salford Police Queen’s Crown (QE II) chromed metal helmet night plate. The plastic chin strap is present but snapped. The inside has leather sweat band with string adjustment cord and chinstrap. The sweatband has an ink stamp ‘6 7/8’ (size). It has a handwritten ink Police Officer’s number ‘A14’ possible the A Division (Bootle Street, Manchester). The sweatband is also impressed with Christy’s logo. Price includes UK delivery. Pol 395
£145.00

Metropolitan Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's Blue Serge Police Helmet With Helmet Plate. Pol 394 - Pol 394
The history of the Metropolitan Police Service is long and complex, with many different events taking place between its inception in 1829 to the present day. This is a very good, male Constable's / Sergeant's helmet of the Metropolitan Police. It has a Navy blue body, chromed rose boss and a Metropolitan Police Queen’s Crown (QE II) white metal helmet plate with blue enamel central border. The inside has a fully adjustable leather sweat band with velcro adjustment cord and nylon chinstrap. Price for this pristine helmet includes UK delivery. Pol 394
£145.00

Display Cased, WW1 Era 1916-1919 Dated, Rochdale Special Constabulary Presentation Truncheon With Sterling Silver Plaque To Special's Sergeant Leach. Sn 13023 - 13023
This is an excellent quality, original WW1 wooden Police Presentation Truncheon to a Special Constabulary Sergeant who saw service during WW1 and beyond until 1919. It is 15 ¼” length. The wood is undamaged and features The Kings Crown with Royal Cypher (George Rex) together with Rochdale heraldic arms above ‘1916-1919’ date. It has a deep grooved grip with rounded end and is fitted with leather wrist strap. The staff near to the handle is mounted with a Sterling Silver hallmarked plaque engraved ‘Sgt Leach’. The truncheon is mounted in its later professionally made glazed wooden display case. The case measures 22 ½” x 8 ¾” x 2 ½”. The rear of the case has a steel hanging ring for wall mounting. This is an original item of WW1 British Police equipment worthy of further research and the price includes UK delivery. Sn 13023
£375.00

Hand Decorated William IV Tip Staff/Truncheon Made from Yew. Pol 393 - Pol 393 / 13021
The earliest record of the Tipstaff (Warrant Stick) was in the 14th century. The name derives from the early origins of Policing when Warranted Officers would apprehend a criminal with the help if necessary of a tipped staff. The staff would be made of wood or metal and were not only a means of self defence but the tips of the staffs would bear symbols of their authority. Modern Police Truncheons originated from these Tipstaffs. This is an excellent original William IV Tipstaff. William IV was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and King of Hanover from 26 June 1830 until his death in 1837. It is made from Yew and has a very nice patina. The body is tapered and shaped for grip. The bottom has a three groove turning. The top of the staff has what we believe to be a contemporary lead insert to weight the tip staff. The staff has beautiful hand painted decoration featuring a Crown and Royal Cypher. All of the staff’s Gold, Red and white decoration can be seen. It measures 12" long. The price includes UK delivery. Pol 393
£395.00

1968 - 1974 British Manchester & Salford Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's Blue Serge Helmet By Christy’s London With Helmet Night Plate. POL 392 - POL 392
Manchester and Salford Police was a police force in England from 1 June 1968 to 1 April 1974. It was created as a merger of the Manchester City Police and Salford City Police and covered the adjacent county boroughs of Manchester and Salford. It was amalgamated with parts of the Lancashire Constabulary and Cheshire Constabulary under the Local Government Act 1972 to form Greater Manchester Police. This is a very good, male Constable's/ Sergeant's Helmet of Manchester & Salford Police. It has a blue serge body, rigid combe to provide greater protection during public disorder with blackened combe plate & Manchester & Salford Police Queen’s Crown (QE II) blackened metal helmet night plate. The inside has leather sweat band with string adjustment cord and chinstrap. The lining has a paper manufacturer’s label ink stamp ‘7’ (size). The label has handwritten Divisional designation ‘E’ together with Police Officer’s number ‘203’. The sweatband is also impressed with Christy’s logo. Price includes UK delivery. POL 392
£145.00
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