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Victorian Irish Police Bog Oak Wooden Truncheon/ Staff With Hand Carved Shamrocks & Harp. POL 407. - POL 407
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” 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. POL 407.
£245.00

Victorian Oxfordshire Constabulary Police Sword / Hanger No. 33 By Parker Field & Sons London With Etched Blade & Scabbard. Sn 18936 - 18936
The Oxfordshire Constabulary was established in 1857. It absorbed Chipping Norton Borough Police and Henley Borough Police immediately. Banbury Borough Police was also amalgamated into the force 69 years later in 1925. In 1965 it had an establishment of 423 and an actual strength of 297. On 1st April 1968 Oxfordshire Constabulary was amalgamated with Buckinghamshire Constabulary, Berkshire Constabulary, Oxford City Police and Reading Borough Police to form Thames Valley Constabulary.This is an original Victorian Police hanger & scabbard to the Oxfordshire Constabulary. Manufactured by Parker Field & Sons 233 Holborn London it has a fine deeply etched panel with manufacturer's name & address on one side of the blade (illustrated). The reverse has an etched panel 'O.C. No.33' (Oxford Constabulary Weapon number 33' (illustrated). It has a fullered 22 ¾” swept blade which has just light staining consistent with age. The shagreen wrapped handle is in good order with brass hand guard, stepped pommel and push button scabbard retaining clip which functions as it should. The hilt is fitted with original leather washer. The overall length of the sword is 28 ¼” and it locks firmly into the scabbard. The leather scabbard with brass mounts is in very good condition with all leather & stitching intact. The brass throat mount has a frog locket. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18936
£695.00

Victorian British Rochdale Borough Constabulary Police Uniform Leather Waist Belt, Buckle & 2 Piece Brass Clasp. Sn 18830 - 18830
In April 1857 when the Rochdale County Borough Police was formed, there was a total of 15 serving officers: one superintendent, two sergeants and 12 constables. The Constabulary later amalgamated with Lancashire Constabulary. Rochdale is presently policed by Greater Manchester Police. This is an original Victorian period Rochdale Borough Constabulary Police uniform leather waist belt and 2 piece brass clasp. The waist belt is dark brown leather with 2 adjustment loops. The has areas of surface wear and areas of it appears to have been exposed to heat at some point in its life causing blackening and cracks to the leather in patches. The belt is complete and wearable. It is 36" long when laid out flat with a folded extension piece which has an additional length of approx. 13” held in place by a brass bar adjustment buckle. When locked together the 2 piece brass clasp forms the badge of the Rochdale Borough Constabulary. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18830
£225.00

Victorian British City Of London Police Uniform Leather Waist Belt, Buckle & 2 Piece Brass Clasp. Sn 18829 - 18829
Traditionally the responsibility for policing in the City had been divided between day and night City Watch, primarily under the two sheriffs. Their responsibilities were shared with the aldermen's officers – the ward beadles – who are now purely ceremonial. It was these officers' responsibility for ensuring that the Night Watch was maintained. Policing during the day eventually came under the City Patrol, which evolved into the City Day Police, which was modelled on the Metropolitan Police. The London City Police was officially formed in 1832, before becoming the City of London Police with the passing of the City of London Police Act 1839, which gave statutory approval to the force as an independent police body and headed off attempts made to merge it with the Metropolitan Police. Some notable events the force has been involved with include the Jack the Ripper murders, the 1910 Houndsditch murders, and the response to the IRA's bombing campaign during the years of the Troubles. This is an original Victorian period City Of London Police uniform leather waist belt and 2 piece brass clasp. The waist belt is dark brown leather with 2 adjustment loops. The inside of the belt has impressed number ‘122’ & ‘40’. The belt has no damage or tears. It is 36" long when laid out flat with a folded extension piece which has an additional length of 16” held in place by a brass bar adjustment buckle. When locked together the 2 piece brass clasp forms the badge of the City of London Police. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18829
£225.00

Victorian Era British WD Parker Field & Sons London Police, Tipstaff With Screw Off Brass Crown Tip & Hollow Brass & Wood Message Tube. Sn 18738. - 18738
The gunsmith William Parker (1722-1841) is recorded as having premises at various premises in London between 1793 & 1841 including 233 High Holborn, Chamber Street and Glass House yard. His Sons continued the business after his death in 1841 and the company later became the prestigious Parker Field, makers of quality firearms and edged weapons, many of which were supplied to the British Military & Police (see page 190 of Browns book ‘British Gunmakers Volume 1’). 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 and / 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 Victorian era Tipstaff. It measures 7 ¼” overall length. The shaft is hollow brass with turned wood centre section. The brass shaft is hollow to contain messages or warrants. The shaft is signed by the maker Parker Field & Sons London and has War Dept ‘WD & Broad Arrow’ mark. The top of the shaft has a screw off tip in the form of a brass Royal Crown. The crown has traces of original gilt finish. The price for this excellent piece of Policing history includes UK delivery. Sn 18738
£695.00

American Highway Patrol Policeman’s Helmet. 18740. - 18740
An American Highway Patrol Policeman’s helmet painted in Forest Green and Gold/Tan with leather and nylon webbing inner and chinstrap with plastic and metal clip. Peaked with a rubber rim and a visor attachment either side. Paintwork showing signs of use, but helmet structurally sound. ‘Bell Dot’ transfer to the rear and a Marshal transfer with an American eagle to the front. Approximately size 58cm. The price includes U.K. delivery. 18740.
£275.00

*Very Rare 1918 Lancashire Police Webley Mk.VI .455" Revolver Holster POL 400 - POL 400
A superb condition, 1918 dated, black leather holster, for the Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolver. In excellent condition with its front flap strap, brass stud, rear buckle and a belt loop. Stamped and dated on the rear "R.W. STIBY, 1918". Stamped inside the flap is "LANCASHIRE POLICE ‘401956’ This un-doubtable refers to a Police issue Webley 455 revolver of that number; all Police Forces were equipped with Webley 455 and .38 revolvers from WW1 until the early 1970s. This holster held that particular revolver. A historic and interesting piece. (Holster only) POL 400. The price includes UK delivery.
£275.00

A 2nd Volunteer Battalion East Lanc’s Regt Victorian Glengarry Badge. POL 389 - POL 389
A lovely Victorian 2nd Volunteer Battalion of the East Lancashire Regiment Glengarry badge. A die-stamped white metal crowned circlet which shows the Sphinx resting on a tablet inscribed EGYPT. It has three lugs to the reverse, North, West and East. It is backed with black felt. The price includes U.K. delivery. POL 389
£125.00

Kings Crown Kent Constabulary Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's 2 Panel Helmet With Night Plate, Size 6". Sn 18548 - Sn 18548
This is a good condition, Kings Crown (Pre 1953) Kent Constabulary Police Constable's/Sergeant's 2 panel helmet with a WW2 King's Crown night helmet plate and leather chin strap, size 6". It has a perfect exterior finish with correct 2 panel construction and ornate black painted vented rose top mount and headband with side rosettes. The rose and headband have the original blacking. It is fitted with its original blackened two piece King's Crown plate with central silvered Kent crest. Inside it is in very good condition. It has a leather sweat band and chinstrap with small buckle. It has "6" size stamp inside. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18548.
£225.00

A Police Patrolman’s Hat from the State of Florida. POL 1000 - POL 1000
A Police Patrolman’s peaked hat in standard taupe colour with crested badge with ‘State of Florida’ in blue and a gold metal elasticated band. Good condition in size 7- 1/8th. The price includes U.K. delivery. POL 1000.
£125.00
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