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Description Object Type NAM Accession Number
Light Cavalry officer's sword, 10th (Prince of Wales) Light Dragoons, pattern 1796, 1810 (c); blade is curved and flat backed; gilt brass stirrup guard with the Prince of Wales' feather's on the langets; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with brass or copper wire; designed and made by Prosser (?). Edged Weapons 1978-11-144
Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1807 (c); hatchet blade, stamped with the maker's name, I (John or James) Gill; disc stool and knucklebow guard; shaped, ribbed wooden grip. Edged Weapons 1969-08-45
Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1814 (c); the original hatchet blade has been modified to a spear point, and is stamped with the maker's name, I Gill; disc guard with the langets removed; scabbard, marked with the maker's name, Gunby, of Osbourne and Gunby. Edged Weapons 1975-10-91
Heavy Cavalry officer's undress sword, pattern 1796, 1810 (c);blade is straight and fullered, with blued and engraved decoration; pierced steel 'ladder' guard; ribbed wooden grip covered in leather and bound with silver wire; steel scabbard; made by I Gill. Edged Weapons 1967-02-9
Heavy Cavalry officer's dress sword, pattern 1796, 1800 (c); blade is straight, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, J J Runkel and the pre 1801 Royal Coat of Arms; gilt brass knucklebow and boat shell guards; wooden grip bound with silver wire; scabbard of black, made by John Prosser, London. Edged Weapons 1973-10-62
Heavy cavalry officer's sword, 1813 (c); example of a non-pattern sword; Celtic hilt and pipe back blade; scabbard; made by Odell, London. Edged Weapons 1995-03-19
Pattern 1821 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword, 1835 (c). Blade is slightly curved, flat backed and double edged; steel bowl guard; wooden grip covered with leather. Edged Weapons 1995-08-2
Pattern 1821 Light Cavalry Officer's Sword, 11th (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars, 1847; blade is spear pointed and double edged, engraved with the Regiment's name and owner's initials; steel three-bar guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with steel or German silver wire; steel scabbard; metal name tag gives the owner as Lt Walter Stephen Brinkley; also 1796 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Officer's undress sword, 4th (or Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, belonging to Capt H W Hutton, 4th (or Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, Capt Hutton served with the regiment 1805-1812. Edged Weapons 1967-06-40
Pattern 1821 Heavy Cavalry Officer's Sword, undress, 1825 (c); blade is slightly curved, with engraved decoration including the maker's name, Gills; guard is a steel basket-hilt or scroll design with 'honeysuckle' pattern, lined with thick chamois leather; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with steel wire; metal scabbard; belonging to Lt Col Philip Dorville, 1st (Royal) Dragoons. Edged Weapons 1959-03-163
Pattern 1821 Heavy Cavalry Officer's Sword, piquet weight, 1840 (c); lightweight, pipe backed blade; early scroll guard; scabbard; made by Hamburg, Rogers and Company. Edged Weapons 1977-08-67
Light Cavalry officer's sword (20th Hussars), pattern 1821, 1874; the blade is of the new fullered, promoted by Wilkinson's; three bar iron guard; grip is covered with fish skin and bound with silver wire; scabbard in metal with two loose suspension rings; purchased from Wilkinson's Sword Company; carried by Capt R J E Oliver-Bellasis. Edged Weapons 1963-10-142
Pattern 1821 Heavy Cavalry Officer's Sword, 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards, 1850; blade is slightly curved, with engraved decoration, including the owner's initials; 'honeysuckle' pattern guard; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with steel wire; unusual French style pommel; steel scabbard; made by Thomas Osborn, Birmingham; owned by Col Edward Cooper Hodge, in service 1826-59; associated with the Battle of Balaklava, Crimean War (1854-1856). Edged Weapons 1988-02-12
Pattern 1853 Cavalry Trooper's Sword, 1854 (c). Spear pointed blade is curved, flat backed. fullered and double edged; wrought iron, three bar hilt; grip covered in chequered leather strips; scabbard in malleable wrought iron. Edged Weapons 1972-05-7-38
Embroidery showing insignia by Pte William Albert Ventham, 16th (County of London) Bn The London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles), South Africa 1900-1902; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Crafts 1997-11-116
FIERCE PRIDE, THE TIGERS, THE PRINCESS OF WALES'S ROYAL REGIMENT, YOUR COUNTY REGIMENT, 1998 (c). Colour photolithograph recruiting poster published by The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, 1998 (c); head and shoulders of a soldier wearing a beret with regimental cap badge, shadowed by a tiger on his left; with text as per title. Prints 1998-11-79
FIERCE PRIDE, THE TIGERS, THE PRINCESS OF WALES'S ROYAL REGIMENT, YOUR COUNTY REGIMENT, 1998 (c). Colour photolithograph recruiting poster published by The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, 1998 (c); head and shoulders of a soldier wearing a beret with regimental cap badge, shadowed by a tiger on his left; with text as per title. Prints 1998-11-80
TO MAJOR N C KERR COMMANDANT, OLD WINDMILLS CAMP, BICESTER TO HIS RETIREMENT JULY 46. Oil on panel by H Rúsiring (?), signed and dated; given to Major Kerr as a parting gift by German Prisoners of War under his command, 1946; view of the camp with POW's Nissen hut quarters, view of landscape beyond with a stone building and a windmill missing its arms. Oil Paintings 1998-11-81
The Silent Heroes of 1914-1918. Charcoal and chalk over pencil drawing, signed lower left in cartouche, 'EDWIN/ NOBLE', by Cpl John Edwin Noble, Army Veterinary Corps, 1918 (c), serving at No 8 Veterinary Hospital in France. British trooper, mounted on a horse, leading a bedraggled string of three horses and a mule through mud in the rain, World War One, Western Front (1914-1918). Drawings and Watercolours 1998-11-82
Pattern 1864 Cavalry Trooper's sword; blade is curved and inscribed with maker's name, Robert Mole and Sons; guard of sheet steel, with a pierced Maltese Cross device; scabbard in malleable wrought iron. Edged Weapons 1956-02-401
Experimental Pattern 1884 Cavalry Trooper's sword; blade is slightly curved and is both stamped and etched with the maker's name, Robert Mole and Sons; steel bowl guard with four triangular perforations; knurled plastic grip; steel scabbard with the maker's stamp on the mouthpiece. Edged Weapons 1974-10-10
Pattern 1885 Cavalry sword and scabbard, 1886 (c); made by Weyersberg, Kirschbaum and Co, Germany, 1886; blade slightly curved, flat backed with a single broad fuller each side terminating 8.5 inches from the spear point; guard in sheet steel, flushed with the top of the grip, the angle between the top of the grip and the guard is fitted with a triangular hand-stop; grip set at angle to the blade; possibly associated with the Dragoon Guards and the Yeomanry Cavalry. Edged Weapons 1994-04-217
Template for Curve Test, pattern 1885 sword; in manufacture the blade was tested by bending round this template to shorten it by a specific length. Edged Weapons 1974-07-54
Pattern 1899 Cavalry Trooper's sword; made by the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield; blade is slightly curved, flat backed, and spear pointed with a double edge; sheet steel bowl guard; grip of leather strips secured through the tang with three rivets; leather sword strap; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1974-11-14
Officer's Undress sword, 4th (Queen's Own) Light Dragoons, 1860 (c); unusual broadsword blade with inscribed decoration; 'scroll' hilt inset with the regimental device; brown plastic or metal grip bound with silver wire; made by Charles Reeves (1850-1860); steel scabbard with two suspension rings. Edged Weapons 1958-12-10
Officer's undress sword, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiners), pattern 1856, 1900(c); standard, heavy cavalry blade, with engraved decoration, including the regimental title, the owner's initial's and the makers name, Robert Mole and Sons; pierced scrollwork hilt; shagreen grip with treble copper wire binding; plated scabbard; owned by Lt t and QMS L J Wheeler. Edged Weapons 1959-07-13
Officer's Undress sword, 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers, 1902; spear point blade with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, The Wilkinson Sword Company and the owner's name, Rocksavage; honey suckle hilt; gilt sword knot with crimson worm; carried by the Earl of Rocksavage. Edged Weapons 1958-09-49
Pattern 1906 Cavalry Trooper's sword, Mk I (Experimental), ; blade is straight, flat backed, fullered, spear pointed and double edged; guard is sheet steel with a bowl, with the number 208 painted on it in white; grip is black plastic with a prominent thumb depression; scabbard is sheet steel covered with leather leaving the steel tip exposed and lined in wood; made at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield. Edged Weapons 1972-05-7-1
Cavalry officer's sword, pattern 1912, 1918; blade is inscribed with the maker's name, Wilkinson, and Enfield viewers marks; sheet steel bowl hilt; chequered plastic or leather bound grip; carried by Colonel William Arthur Onslow, 6th Earl of Onslow. Edged Weapons 1982-07-12
Cavalry officer's sword, 10th (Royal) Hussars, pattern 1912, 1914; carried by Capt The 4th Baron Chesham, probably given to the owner by his uncle Lt Col The Hon William Edwin Cavendish, Grenadier Guards when the former was commissioned into the 10th Hussars in Feb 1914; blade is straight and spear pointed, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson, the regiment's name, and possibly the initials of the owner; plated steel three bar guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with silver wire; metal scabbard with two loose suspension rings; Baron Chesham served with the Army Signal Service and was awarded the Military Cross. Edged Weapons 1974-10-9
Practice Gymnasia sword, pattern 1864; blade is curved with a rounded point, it can be replaced by unscrewing the pommel, and is engraved, Royal Military Exhibition, 1890; steel bowl guard which has been black japanned; produced for use in the gymnasium. Edged Weapons 1982-12-45
Practice Gymnasia sword, pattern 1907 Mark 1; detachable, straight blade, with flat back, single fuller and button tip; thin, hollow aluminium-alloy grips which can be removed by unscrewing the pommel. Edged Weapons 1980-04-77
Leadcutting sword, No 4, 1880 (c); Universal Pattern; flat back, single edged blade, engraved with the maker's name, Wilkinson; sheet steel cutlass guard with a black japanned iron grip; scabbard in black leather with steel chape. Edged Weapons 1984-05-1
Dirk, Royal Regiment of Artillery, 1800 (c); regulations stipulated that officers should wear the 1796 Pattern Infantry sword but this was cumbersome when dismounted and fighting the guns; many officers wore dirks instead; carried by Lt George Crawford. Edged Weapons 1974-07-107
Pattern 1897 Infantry officer's sword, 1916 (c); made by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Edged Weapons 1965-01-34-1
Medical scissors, 1882; associated with the Indian Army. Medical Equipment 1998-11-83
Chinese coin, 1911; value of 50 cents; silver 13.20g; from the Yunnan Province, China Empire. Equipment, general 1998-11-84
Metal spoon, 1920 (c); associated with the Indian Army. Equipment, general 1998-11-85
Royal Artillery Officer's sword, 1862 (c); blade is slightly curved with etched decoration, including the Royal Artillery emblems, name and the maker's name, Alfred Pillin; four-bar hilt in steel; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with silver or steel wire; scabbard in steel; worn by Colonel Charles A Gorham. Edged Weapons 1959-03-162
Artillery (?) other ranks' sword, Dundas pattern, 1845-53; short, slightly curved blade; iron stirrup guard and grip; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1979-10-65
Mountain artillery sword for all ranks, pattern 1896, 1916; blade is curved, flat backed with a double edge, and engraved with the maker's name, Wilkinson; guard is steel and grip is cast iron; Mk II Scabbard in brown leather. Edged Weapons 1977-06-62
Royal Engineers officer's sword, pattern 1857, 1870; blade was the regulation infantry blade, engraved with maker's name, Henry Wilkinson, the corps name and the owner's initials; hilt of gunmetal, with a pierced scrolled pattern guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with three twisted wires; chequered backpiece and pommel; leather covered scabbard; purchased by Lord Kitchener from Wilkinson & Son. Edged Weapons 1958-04-13
Royal Engineers staff-sergeants, Mk III, 1885 (c); blade has engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Robert Mole and Sons and the Regimental title; hilt design is typical of this pattern; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1967-06-40
Royal Engineers Drivers Sword, 1855 (c); blade is curved and flat, with markings for the maker Schnitzler and Kirschbaum and Frederick William IV of Prussia; knucklebow guard, with a Continental style leather finger hoop inside guard; wooden grip covered in ridged leather; steel or iron scabbard. Edged Weapons 1994-12-221
Pioneer's sword, other ranks, 1820 (c); blade is saw-backed; brass knucklebow guard and grip, with lion's head pommel; blade stamped with maker's name, T Craven. Edged Weapons 1956-08-57
Pioneers sword, pattern 1856; blade is saw backed with a double row of teeth and double edged; brass stirrup guard; black leather scabbard, with brass mounts; owned by James Watson Branson, the father of the donor. Edged Weapons 1967-02-3
Staff officers sword, pattern 1845, 1890 (c); fullered, spear pointed blade with a double edge, and engraved with the maker's name, Hawkes & Co; brass 'Gothic' hilt; grip covered in fishskin and bound with wire; leather scabbard; owned by Col W C Smiths, 13th Hussars. WEV File states that the scabbard is steel. Edged Weapons 1967-06-69
General officer's sword, pattern 1831, 1845 (c); curved blade with punched marks; white mameluke hilt; silver knot with a purple worn; black leather scabbard, the mouthpiece is engraved with the maker's name, Holbeck & Sons; carried by Maj Gen Caulfeild, Indian Army. Edged Weapons 1971-05-34
General officer's sword, pattern 1831, 1870 (c); curved and decorated blade; mameluke hilt; ivory grip; red and gold sword knot; gilt brass scabbard; made by W. Buckmaster and Co; associated with Gen J T Hill. Edged Weapons 1994-10-63
Indian Political Service sword, 1925 (c); blade is curved with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Ranken and Company; white mameluke hilt; gilt-brass scabbard; belonged to Lt Col E H Cobb. Edged Weapons 1961-10-85
Sword, Aide-de-Camp to Queen Victoria, 1881; blade is unfullered, slightly curved spear point, engraved with makers name, Henry Wilkinson, and the owner's crest and initials; mameluke hilt; belonged to Sir Francis Jenkins. Edged Weapons 1960-02-7
Sword of the Governor General, Queen Elizabeth II, 1971; closely resemble the original 1831 Pattern for General Staff; mameluke hilt with the Union spray of shamrock, rose and thistle in silver on the gilt cross guard; silver knot with crimson worm; scabbard;owned by Richard Sharples, Governor General of Bermuda. Edged Weapons 1978-12-43
Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's sword; blade is straight, flat backed and double edged, with a single broad fuller and hatchet point; guard is a wrought iron or steel knucklebow; wooden grip bound with cord and covered with leather; scabbard is wrought iron. Edged Weapons 1963-11-37
1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Trooper's Sword, 18th Regiment of (Light) Dragoons, 1808-1821; wrought iron scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-10-129
Pattern 1821 Indian Army Light Cavalry Trooper's sword; manufactured by the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield; blade is slightly curved with a flat back and fuller; steel, three bar guard; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1956-02-54
Pattern 1908 Indian Army Cavalry Trooper's sword, Mk I; blade is straight, flat backed, spear pointed and doubled edged; bowl guard in sheet steel; grip in walnut wood; wooden scabbard covered in leather; owned by Col Malcolm Fox, Chief Inspector of Physical Training. Edged Weapons 1978-12-12
Heavy Cavalry officer's sword, pattern 1796; blade is straight, with engraved decoration, including the star order of St. Patrick and the Regimental monogram for 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards; steel basket guard with 'ladder pattern'; wooden grip covered with leather; steel scabbard; carried to H W Hutton of the 4th Dragoon Guards, 1805-1810. Edged Weapons 1967-06-40
Levée, or Band, sword, 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards, 1860 (c); mameluke hilt, with ivory grip and a lions head pommel; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1984-07-94
Spur, curb chain, other ranks, sealed pattern, 1960; Household Cavalry 1960 & 1962 & 1985. Uniforms 1997-11-121
Caubeen, other ranks, sealed pattern, 1994; Royal Irish Regiment 1994. Uniforms 1997-11-111
Japanese flag; Japanese Forces, 1944 (c). Black Japanese characters surrounding sun.World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Flags and Colours 1997-11-114
Flag of 17th Dogra Regiment flown by Battalions of the 17th Dogra Regiment annually at Indian Army Association Tea Party at Hurlingham, 1990 (c). Flags and Colours 1997-11-115
17th Lancers officer's full dress sword, pattern 1822; blade is curved, pipe backed, spear pointed and double edged, with engraved decoration; gilt brass cross-guard; gilt brass hilt mounts; ivory grip; scabbard in blue velvet, with gilt brass mounts. Edged Weapons 1959-11-2
'Private Drilling', 1798 (c). Etching by Schutz after Rowlandson, published by Ackermann, 101 Strand, London, 1 Jun 1798. Caricature of an overweight private in a tobacconist shop, standing before a recruiting sergeant and drummer. Associated with Wars of the French Revolution, Home Defence (1793-1802). Prints 1997-04-79
Officer's Levée sword, pattern 1822, post-1832; 16th Lancers; blade curved, unfullered with a spear point and inscribed with the maker's name, Cutler & Sons, and the initials, A J R T; mameluke hilt; ivory grip; steel scabbard with gilt mounts. Edged Weapons 1979-05-1
Officer's Levée sword, pattern 1822; 3rd (King's Own) Light Dragoons, 1830 (c); blade is curved, with engraved decoration including the maker's name, Prosser; mameluke hilt with steel cross-guard; ivory grip; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1973-05-47
Levée sword, Cavalry sword, sword knot, two scabbards and a leopard skin, used by Lt C Pilter, 18th Hussars, 1901 (c)-1913 (c). Edged Weapons 1961-11-18
Levée sword, Cavalry sword, sword knot, two scabbards and a leopard skin, used by Lt C Pilter, 18th Hussars, 1901 (c)-1913 (c). Horse Furniture 1961-11-18
Levée sword, Cavalry sword, sword knot, two scabbards and a leopard skin, used by Lt C Pilter, 18th Hussars, 1901 (c)-1913 (c). Equipment, general 1961-11-18
Pair of shoulder straps, two brassards and three pennants, German Forces, 1939-1945; items related to Sergeant S R Woolner, 429 Bty 126 AA Regt Royal Artillery (9th Middlesex). Uniforms 1996-04-69
Pair of shoulder straps, two brassards and three pennants, German Forces, 1939-1945; items related to Sergeant S R Woolner, 429 Bty 126 AA Regt Royal Artillery (9th Middlesex). Equipment, uniform 1996-04-69
Pair of shoulder straps, two brassards and three pennants, German Forces, 1939-1945; items related to Sergeant S R Woolner, 429 Bty 126 AA Regt Royal Artillery (9th Middlesex). Flags and Colours 1996-04-69
Officer's Levée sword, pattern 1822, 15th Hussars, 1870 (c); blade is curved and highly decorated with engraving, including the maker's name, Hawkes and Co and the Regiment's name; mameluke hilt; carved ivory grip; wooden scabbard covered in fish skin with gilt brass mounts. Edged Weapons 1983-06-62
Officers Levée Sword, pattern 1822, 19th Hussars, 1865 (c); curved and unfullered blade, engraved with the Regiment's name; mameluke hilt with gilt brass cross-guard; ivory grip; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1980-09-107
Trooper's sword, Horse Grenadier Guards (2nd Troop), 1780 (c); blade is straight, flat backed, single edged with a single fuller each side and spear pointed; guard is a steel half basket, marked with the regiment's monogram; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with copper wire. Edged Weapons 1971-08-21
Pattern 1820 Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1st Life Guards; blade slightly curved, flat backed, spear pointed and double edged; steel bowl guard incised with the regimental cypher; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound; steel wire scabbard steel or wrought iron. Edged Weapons 1977-04-66
2nd Life Guards trooper's sword, pattern 1820, 1820 (c); blade slightly curved, flat backed and engraved with the maker's name, Enfield; steel bowl guard; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with steel wire; scabbard. Edged Weapons 1978-05-57
Heavy Cavalry Trooper's sword, Royal Horse Guards, 1796 (c); blade is straight, flat backed and spear pointed; steel or iron 'star' type guard with side bars; wooden grip covered with leather and bound with steel wire. Edged Weapons 1982-09-19
Pattern 1892 Household Cavalry Trooper's sword, Mk I, 1901; blade is flat backed and double edged; steel basket guard; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with silver wire; scabbard sheet steel. Edged Weapons 1995-08-1
Heavy Cavalry officer's service sword, pattern 1796, with scabbard, 1808-1818 (c); carried by Capt (later Lt Col) William Tyrwhitt-Drake, Royal Horse Guards; blade is straight, flat backed, double edged with a hatchet blade; wrought iron or steel 'ladder' guard; wooden grip bound with cord and covered with leather. Edged Weapons 2001-06-16
Smith and Wesson .38 in revolver Military Police Model (c) 1943 British Army marks. Firearms 1959-02-50
Indian percussion pistol, decorated stock 1855 (c). Firearms 1951-01-19
Pair of Sam Browne's percussion pistols by J Wilkinson, 1850 (c); converted 1830 (c). Firearms 1951-12-50
Percussion pocket over and under pistol, Tatham and Egg; converted 1830. Firearms 1956-02-396
Household Cavalry dress sword, pattern 1814, Life Guards and the Royal Horse Guards; blade is straight, flat backed with double fullers; gilt brass guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with brass wire; scabbard in gilt brass with fish skin inserts. Edged Weapons 1969-12-4
Single shot, Martini Henry .303 in breechloading pistol and dagger used by North West Frontier tribesmen. Firearms 1956-12-39
Single shot, Martini Henry .303 in breechloading pistol and dagger used by North West Frontier tribesmen. Edged Weapons 1956-12-39
Cased Tranter percussion .476 in revolver, gold plated by Rigby, Dublin, with tools, flask and bullets, owned by General W Forrest Firearms 1959-02-54
Cased Tranter percussion .476 in revolver, gold plated by Rigby, Dublin, with tools, flask and bullets, owned by General W Forrest Equipment, general 1959-02-54
Pair of percussion duelling pistols 1850 (c), by Crew, Tetbury. Firearms 1959-04-242
Smoothbore, cannon-barrelled, flintlock pocket pistol, Gass, London. Firearms 1959-04-244
Pocket percussion pistol, Birmingham proof marks. Firearms 1959-04-245
Flintlock pocket pistol, half cock safety catch, Shaw, Manchester 1830 (c). Firearms 1959-08-77
Webley .455/476 in Mk II breechloading plated commercial revolver; retailed by Holland and Holland 1895 (c); cylinder missing. Firearms 1960-06-25
Webley .455 in Mk VI breechloading service revolver, 1918. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Firearms 1960-10-1
Colt Navy .36 in percussion revolver 1853 (c), heavily engraved frame: floral scrolls on frame and ships on cylinder; fitted for stock, with box containing wood handled lead ladle. Firearms 1960-11-5
Cavalry officer's dress and undress sword, pattern 1834, 1st Life Guards; blade is straight and flat backed with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; nickel plated steel half-basket guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with German silver wire; white leather knot, with bullion and scarlet acorn; steel scabbard; leather sword bag. Edged Weapons 1977-01-14
Cavalry officer's dress and undress sword, pattern 1834, 1st Life Guards; blade is straight and flat backed with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; nickel plated steel half-basket guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with German silver wire; white leather knot, with bullion and scarlet acorn; steel scabbard; leather sword bag. Equipment, general 1977-01-14
Wilkinson Webley Pryse .455 in revolver, plated; awarded to Cadet A Hamilton, Fortification Prize 1885 (c), with case with brass plate, containing oil bottle. Firearms 1960-12-226
Wilkinson Webley Pryse .455 in revolver, plated; awarded to Cadet A Hamilton, Fortification Prize 1885 (c), with case with brass plate, containing oil bottle. Equipment, general 1960-12-226
12 bore conversion of US M8 1.5 in pistol 1943, used in central India by the Dacoits; screw thread at end of barrel. Firearms 1961-10-7