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Victorian Police Truncheon, Hand Decorated To Forfar Burgh Police, Scotland impressed number ‘2’. Sn 11134 - 11134
Forfar is the County Town of Angus, Scotland. The Royal Burgh of Forfar Police was established in 1857. In 1930 the Forfar Burgh Police became part of the Angus Constabulary. This is an original Victorian Police Truncheon to The Forfar Burgh Police. The staff is made from heavy wood, the body is varnished natural wood. The body of the staff is hand decorated with Queens Crown in Gold, White, Black & Red. Below this is the Royal Cypher "V.R" (Victoria Regina) in gold on a field of Red in the centre of a black oval border with Gold lettering ‘Forfar Burgh Police’. The lower section of the body is impressed with number ‘2’. The wood and decorations have some surface wear consistent with age and use. The truncheon has a contoured grooved grip recessed for wrist strap with rounded pommel. The truncheon measures 16” in length. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11134
£195.00

Victorian Police Truncheon, Hand Decorated To The Scottish Kincardine County Constabulary. Sn 11133 - 11133
Kincardineshire also known as The Mearns (from A' Mhaoirne meaning "The Stewartry") is a historic County on the coast of northeast Scotland. It is bounded by Aberdeenshire on the north and west, and by Angus on the south. The county town was originally the town of Kincardine. The Kincardine County Police Constabulary was formed in 1841. This is an original Victorian Truncheon. Police Truncheon, Hand Decorated To The Scottish Kincardine County Constabulary. The staff is made from heavy wood, the body is painted Black and the grip unpainted natural wood all varnished. The body of the staff is hand decorated with Queen’s Crown within a decorative foliate panel and banners in Gold, Red & Black with wording ‘Kincardine’, ‘County’ and ‘Police’ in Gold. The decorations retain much of their original vivid colours. The truncheon has a contoured grooved grip recessed for wrist strap with rounded pommel. The truncheon measures 15” in length. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11133
£245.00

Victorian Police Truncheon, Hand Decorated Queen’s Crown ‘VR’ & Impressed ‘C958’ (Constable Or ‘C’ Division, Officer Number 958). Sn 11129 - 11129
An original Victorian Police Truncheon. The staff is made from heavy wood, hand painted in Red and black sections and varnished. At the top of the baton it has a Queens Crown in Gold & Red. Below this is the Royal Cypher "VR" (Victoria Regina) in gold. The truncheon has a contoured grooved grip holed for wrist strap. Just above the grip the staff is impressed with letter ‘C’ (most likely Constable or ‘C’ Division Police Area designation) above ‘958’ (most likely the Collar Number of the Victorian Constable who was issued with the truncheon). The truncheon measures 18 ¾” in length. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11129
£245.00

Large Victorian Police/ Magistrates Tip Staff Decorated To Fife (FI), Scotland With Queens Crown VR. Sn 11127. - 11127
The tip staff is one of the earliest forms of Police authority, carried by the early Constables/ Watchmen and Magistrates as signs of their authority and right to enforce law. This original Victorian Police/ Magistrate’s Staff is made from heavy wood painted black and varnished. The decoration at the top of the staff has The Queen’s Crown with ‘VR’ monogram (Victoria Regina) together with ‘FI’ (Fife, Scotland) and number ‘45’. All of the staff’s original Red, Gold and Black colouring retain their vivid colour. The cylinder shaped staff measures 26 ½” in length with a diameter of 1 ¼”. The staff is holed for lanyard. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11127
£395.00

Original Kings Crown Hand Decorated Police Presentation Truncheon Issued By Glasgow Police 1902. Pol - Pol 373 / 10859
Original Kings Crown Hand Decorated Police presentation truncheon issued by Glasgow Police in 1902. The truncheon was issued to Police Constable George White in 1902 when he left Glasgow Police and moved to Liverpool where he joined Liverpool Police. It is made from hard wood, the baton is painted black and the decoration has been painted onto this and then varnished. The truncheon measures 17 1/4" long. The decoration consists of a Kings Crown, below this is 'GR' with a gold and red bordered band and a gold and red crest below this. The truncheon has a multi grip shaped handle. The truncheon was handed down through the family, we purchased this from a family member. The price includes Uk delivery. Pol 373
£225.00

A Victorian Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated to Maryhill Police. Sn 10737 - 10737
A Victorian (V.R. C.1837-1850) Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated to Maryhill Police. Maryhill is an area of the City of Glasgow in Scotland. Maryhill is a former burgh. Over 300 such burghs were created, the last was Ardrossan in 1846. From 1833 inhabitants of such burghs could form a police burgh governed by elected commissioners. All burghs were abolished in 1975 by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973. This truncheon is made from hard wood in two shades as can be seen from the photographs. It is hand decorated and varnished. The truncheon has the Queens Crown at the top in red, gold, black and white. Below this is "VR" in gold and there is a gold band below this with a gold crest below with "Maryhill Police" in black. The truncheon has a multi grooved grip which is shaped. This is a very nice truncheon. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 10737
£275.00

Smooth Grip Victorian Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated to Newburgh Police, Constable No. 5. Sn 10735 - 10735
This is a large smooth grip Victorian police presentation truncheon, hand decorated to Newburgh Police, Constable Number 5. Newburgh is a coastal village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The village dates to 1261 AD, when Lord Sinclair wanted to establish a chapel in the area. The truncheon is made from heavy wood, the baton is painted black and varnished. The hand decoration is painted onto the varnish. At the top of the baton it has a Queens Crown in Gold, red, green and white. Below this is "V.R. 1" in gold. At the bottom of the baton it has "NEW H. 5.". The truncheon has a broad smooth grip which has a hole for a strap. The decoration on this truncheon is of a high standard and clear and bright. The truncheon measures 18 1/4" long. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10735
£275.00

Victorian Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated to Fifeshire Constabulary,to Constable 569. Sn 10733 - 10733
A Victorian (V.R. C.1837-1850) police presentation truncheon, hand decorated to Fifeshire Constabulary, to Constable 569. Fife Constabulary was the territorial police force responsible for the Scottish council area of Fife. The Truncheon measures 18 1/4" long, it is made from hard wood. The baton is painted black and hand decorated over it. At the top is a Queens Crown in red, green and white. Below this is "V.R. I." in pale green. At the base of the baton is "F.P. 569". The truncheon has a multi groove grip. The decoration is clear. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 10733.
£275.00

Kings Crown Police Presentation, Hand Decorated Truncheon to Dubartonshire Constabulary. Sn 107278 - 10727
A Kings Crown police presentation, hand decorated truncheon to Dunbartonshire Constabulary. The Police (Scotland) Act 1857 established police forces throughout Scotland. A section of the act allowed for the parishes to be transferred to the jurisdiction of either Stirlingshire or Lanarkshire Constabulary on resolution of two thirds of the Commissioners of Supply for the County of Dumbarton. Dunbartonshire Constabulary was formed in 1958. The truncheon is made from a hard wood and varnished. It is hand decorated straight onto the varnish. The top has the Kings Crown in gold, red and white and below this is a twin headed thistle. Below this is "Dunbartonshire Constabulary" in gold lettering. The truncheon has a broad fine grooved grip. It is complete with a leather strap which is spliced and stitched. It is very good condition, the decoration is clear. The truncheon measures 16" long. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10727
£345.00

Kings Crown 1914-1919 Dated Police Presentation Truncheon, Transfer Decorated to Kirkcaldy Police Special Constable. Sn - 10737 - 10737
A King's Crown 1914-1919 dated police presentation truncheon, transfer decorated to Kirkcaldy Police Special Constable. The name Kirkcaldy means "place of the hard fort" or "place of Caled's fort". The truncheon is made from heavy wood and varnished. The transfer decoration is onto the varnish. At the top of the baton it has a King's Crown in gold & red. Below this is "G R" in red over 'Special Constable' inside a gold banner. Below this is the Kirkcaldy Crest which is over two flying union Jack flags. There is a gold banner below this with "War 1914 1919". Below this in gold lettering "Kirkcaldy". During WW1 Chief Constables were empowered to recruit Special Constables from men left behind to help police their Force Areas. The truncheon has a broad five groove grip with the remains of the leather strap. The decoration on this truncheon is by transfer and as can be seen from the photographs it has a few areas of wear. The truncheon measures 15" long. The top of the truncheon is stamped with the makers name 'Hiatt & Co Birmingham'. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10737
£275.00
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