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Description Object Type NAM Accession Number
Pattern 1822 Infantry Officer's sword, 1850 (c); part of a collection belonging to Maj Gen Donald McIntyre, VC, Indian Army; rusted blade; 'Gothic' guard with a leather lining; worn sword knot; Indian Army style scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-08-171
Staff Officer's sword; blade has engraved decoration, including a crown and cypher, coat of arms, a crossed sword and baton and the maker's name, 'Ranken & Co; mameluke hilt; gilt wire sword knot and crimson worm; scabbard is silvered with a chamois leather cover; associated with Surgeon Gen. James Cleghorn, B.G. I.M.S, 1895 (c). Edged Weapons 1963-08-15
Infantry Officer's sword; blade is spear pointed, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Maynard & Harris; gilt brass 'Gothic' hilt; silver cord and knot. Edged Weapons 1963-08-171
Staff Officer's sword; blade engraved with the maker's name, R.S. Garden; mameluke hilt; silver gilt wire sword knot with crimson worm; brass scabbard; associated with Maj General W J Butterworth CB (1801-1856), H.E.I.C (?). Edged Weapons 1963-08-2
Light Cavalry or Dragoons Sabre; curved, fullered blade, with blued and engraved decoration; stirrup guard of gilt metal; wooden, ribbed grip covered with black leather; scabbard is stamped black leather with gilt copper mouth, engraved with the maker's name, John Read; a strap and buckle is attached to each ring; associated with the father of Col Hay, who served with the 1st Bengal (D.C.O) Lancers. Edged Weapons 1963-07-69
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1855, Scots Guards; spear pointed and slightly curved, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Cater; plated steel 'Gothic' hilt with Scots Guards badge in cartouche; grip covered with fish skin and three finely twisted building; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-06-16
Medal group awarded to Major Godfrey Douglas Giles, artist and war correspondent of 'The Graphic'; Order of the British Empire, Officer (Military division) 1919; 2nd Afghan War Medal, 1878-1880; Egypt Medal 1882-1889, with clasp: El-Teb- Tamaai; Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902; Order of the Osmanieh, 4th class; Khedive's Egyptian Star 1882-91, dated 1884; mounted together on a brooch fitting as worn. Medals 1998-11-130
Stable belt; Lt Col D W F Twigg, Malaysian Rangers, 1964 (c), Hobson and Sons Limited; worn when Lt Col Twigg was a Captain serving with the Malaysian Rangers. Uniforms 1997-11-113
Military General Service Medal 1793-1814, with clasps: Barrosa, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse; unofficial suspension bar with brooch fitting; awarded to Lieutenant Daniel Forbes, 95th Regiment of Foot (Riflemen); Forbes served under General Keane in America and was present at the attack on New Orleans, Dec 1814, where he was wounded. Medals 1998-11-131
Eight pennants, Trucial Oman Scouts. Flags and Colours 1997-04-124
Military General Service Medal 1793-1814, with clasps: Sahagun and Benevente, Vittoria, Orthes, Toulouse; awarded to Sergeant William Woolgar, 10th (Prince of Wales's Own) Light Dragoons. Medals 1998-11-132
Four pairs of formation badges worn by Maj D S Elliot MC, Royal Artillery, 1942-1946. Badges 1998-11-133
Two Officer's No 1 dress peaked forage caps and two berets; Col R M Green, Women's Royal Army Corps 1964 (c). Uniforms 1994-04-53
Field service forage cap and service dress tunic; Auxiliary Territorial Service 1944 (c). Uniforms 1994-04-55
With despatches, a Yeomanry Scout at the gallop, Boer War, 1902 (c). Watercolour by Lady Butler, 1903; signed and dated lower right with the artist's monogram; preparatory study for the oil painting 'Within sound of the guns'; inscribed in pencil lower right as title. Drawings and Watercolours 1998-11-134
Highland broad sword, 92nd Foot, Gordon Highlanders; double fullered blade, engraved on the inside with the regiment's name, the monogram, B H, and the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; normal pattern hilt, with red fabric and white leather lining to the guard; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-06-16
Light Cavalry sword, pattern 1796; blade engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Prosser; plated stirrup guard, with one langet missing; wooden grip with pronounced spiral ribs; scabbard has the initial 'C' punched near the mouthpiece, and the initials 'W.C.' Edged Weapons 1963-03-30
Sword, general officer's pattern; blade inscribed with the maker's name, Landon & Morland; mameluke hilt; gold sword knot with crimson worm; nickel plated scabbard; associated with Gen Sir Oliver Twiss. Edged Weapons 1963-03-28
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1822; blade is slightly curved with a spear pointed, and engraved with the name of the maker, Jones; brass 'Gothic' hilt; wooden grip covered in fish skin; brass scabbard. Edged Weapons 1962-12-40
Sword, general officer's pattern; blade engraved with the maker's name, Hamburger Rogers & Co; mameluke hilt; ivory grip which is partially broken and cracked; decaying sword knot; brass scabbard. Edged Weapons 1962-11-198
Cloak from an unidentified cavalry unit, 1815; given to a William Woodrow and reputed to have been worn at the Battle of Waterloo. Uniforms 1998-12-1
Uniform worn by Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth de Benstead Bennett, 1940 (c), Royal Army Ordnance Corps, India, 1947-1959: No 1 dress tunic; shoulder strap; peaked forage cap; officer's No 1 dress trousers; spurs. Uniforms 1998-12-2
Other rank's greatcoat, two pairs of socks and a pullover, handknitted for the British War Relief Society Inc. USA., worn by Major I H Duff, 1944 (c), 79th (Hertfordshire Yeomanry) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery. Uniforms 1998-12-3
Embroidery showing scenes of the South Atlantic campaign (Falklands War) (1982), after coming out of retirement from the Museum of Army Transport. Campaign 1982; executed by Mrs J A Perkins from television and newspaper images. Crafts 1998-12-4
Medal group awarded to Lieutenant Arthur Royce Bradbury, 3rd Battalion Dorset Regiment: 1914-15 Star; British War Medal 1914-20; Allied Victory Medal 1914-19; Defence Medal 1939-45; four miniatures; mounted as worn. Associated with World War One (1914-1918). Medals 1998-12-5
Bronze medal commemorating the Paris Exhibition, 1867, associated with Arthur Royce Bradbury. Medals 1998-12-6
Embroidered cap badge, possibly a cadet badge from the Merchant Navy, 1909 (c); associated with Lieutenant Arthur Royce Bradbury who later served in the 3rd Bn Dorset Regiment. Badges 1998-12-7
Cavalry officer's sword, pattern 1912, 6th Dragoon Guards, 1913; blade bears engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; steel bowl guard; grip covered in black fish skin; blue and gold sword knot; steel scabbard with two suspension rings; sword belt; carried by Egbert St Bede Kirkley. Edged Weapons 1962-09-31
Cavalry officer's sword, pattern 1912, 6th Dragoon Guards, 1913; blade bears engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; steel bowl guard; grip covered in black fish skin; blue and gold sword knot; steel scabbard with two suspension rings; sword belt; carried by Egbert St Bede Kirkley. Equipment, general 1962-09-31
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1822; spear pointed blade, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Lambert, Brown & Clowes; brass 'Gothic' guard; grip covered in grey fish skin and bound with three wires; silver (?) sword knot with crimson worm. Edged Weapons 1962-09-28
Shamshir sword; very curved blade; mameluke style hilt with ivory grips; white metal scabbard of Turkish style; blade belonged to Meer Sobdar, Ameer of Sind and was presented to Lieutenant G H Robertson, commander of the Light Company, 25th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, by the men of the Company. Edged Weapons 1962-09-26
Rifle regiment officer's sword, pattern 1834 hilt (Indian Army); blade in dumbbell section, with engraved decoration, including the owner's initials; plated steel guard which is a Wilkinson patent hilt; steel scabbard; carried by Lt Col S F B Dalrymple-Hay, 2nd Gurkha Rifles. Edged Weapons 1962-06-22
Indian Army sword; blade is curved and broad; three-bar guard, with connecting bars; wooden scabbard with iron fittings, of Indian type; carried by G J Dalrymple-Hay, 13th Bengal Irregular Cavalry, during the Indian Mutiny and Afghan Wars. Edged Weapons 1962-06-20
Pattern 1885, Mk I cavalry sword and scabbard, 1887 (c)-1889; made by Robert Mole and Son, 1887; etched on blade, 'ROBT MOLE [and] SON/ MAKERS/ BIRMINGHAM'; struck on blade and scabbard: '3/87 7/89 YC BR4 [broad arrow] WD B21[asterix] MOLE B21 10.1889 2.1 H/135 [crowned] Y Lct/ 128 86 WD'; scabbard made of sheet steel, with two fixed and opposite loops, 2.25 in from the mouth; mouthpiece is detachable and the scabbard is wood lined; relating to 21st Hussars and Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry. Edged Weapons 1994-04-204
Sword, heirloom of the Swanston family; blade is curved and spear pointed; nickel or silver plated, pierced bowl guard in a 'honeysuckle' pattern; carved wooden grip covered in black fish skin and bound with three twisted silver wires; leather scabbard with a steel fitting which are inscribed with details from the service lives of Lt W O Swanston, Lt C Swanston and Capt G O Swanston. Edged Weapons 1962-06-4
Music stand banner; Women's Royal Army Corps 1985 (c). Flags and Colours 1994-04-363
Handkerchief, embroidered; Cpl M Wilkinson, Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1944 (c). Equipment, uniform 1994-04-248
Pennant; Canadian Women's Royal Army Corps, 1955. Flags and Colours 1994-04-255
Pattern 1821 Light Cavalry Trooper's Indian Army sword, 1830s (c); manufactured by F Deakin, Sheffield, 1830s (c); blade with a slight curve and engraved with the maker's name, 'Deakin'; three-bar guard; leather scabbard with ornamental mounts and a complete frog. Edged Weapons 1962-05-25
Rifle Volunteer's sword; blade is flat backed with a fuller, terminating in a spear point; bowl guard, engraved with the emblem of the regiment, above 'Rifle Volunteers'; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1962-03-26
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1892; 14th Bombay Native Infantry; blade of dumbbell section, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Robert Mole; pierced steel plated bowl guard; grip covered in fish skin; leather strap and acorn; brown leather covered metal scabbard. Edged Weapons 1961-12-185
General officer's sword, mameluke pattern; blade of usual form, with engraved decoration; mameluke hilt; tarnished sword knot; scabbard with oak decorated locket and mouthpiece of leather; associated with Henry Bristow. Edged Weapons 1961-12-53
Infantry officer's dress sword, pattern 1822; blade is flat backed, with etched decoration; 'Gothic' guard of polished steel; grip is covered in fish skin and bound with silver; steel scabbard with two bands, loose rings and a foot. Edged Weapons 1961-12-45
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1822; spear pointed blade, with engraved decoration; brass 'Gothic' guard; narrow sword strap; steel scabbard; probably owned by H E Monro. Edged Weapons 1961-12-44
Infantry officer's sword; Wilkinson and Company pattern blade; 'Gothic' hilt; remains of an infantry braid and knot; black leather scabbard bearing the owner's initials, H M; possibly owned by Hector Munro (grandfather of the donor). Edged Weapons 1961-12-43
Cavalry sword, Indian Army; pipe backed blade; three-bar steel hilt; wooden grip with leather covering; leather scabbard; carried by P U Luke on the Tibetan expedition of 1888. Edged Weapons 1961-12-0-29
Indian cavalry scimitar; curved, scimitar shaped blade, probably of European manufacture; mameluke hilt pattern, with grip of brown and white bone; metal scabbard; associated with Lt Col C Hemery, Royal Engineers. Edged Weapons 1961-11-206
Indian Army Officer's sword, Rifle Regiment; blade of dumbbell section, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; nickel plated, rifle regiment hilt; plaited leather strap and leather acorn; black leather, Indian Army type scabbard; associated with Col W H B Dutton, 13th Frontier Force Rifles (Coke's Rifles). Edged Weapons 1961-11-70
Russian Naval Officer's sword; slightly curved blade, with finely engraved decoration; brass knucklebow guard; sword knot tied to crimson ribbon with thin yellow line near each edge; wooden, carved scabbard with black leather. Edged Weapons 1961-11-40
Dress sword, Indian Political Service, 1925-1933; blade with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Holt & Son; gilt brass, half shell guard; gold bullion sword knot; black leather scabbard with gilt brass mounts; belonging to Lt Col E H Cobb, Indian Political Service. Edged Weapons 1961-10-86
Two Infantry Pioneer hanger swords, pattern 1856; broad, heavy and straight blade, with a saw edged back, engraved with the maker's name, Wilkinson; hilt is solid brass with a stirrup guard; ribbed grip; leather scabbard with a brass mounts; from the Boer War period, 1899-1902. Edged Weapons 1961-10-37
Infantry Officer's sword; blade has engraved decoration, including initials, 'F.W.N.', and Nicolay crest; brass 'Gothic' hilt; grip of brown plastic; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1961-08-63
Infantry Officer's sword; 'gothic' hilt; grip covered with large grained fish skin; owned by Col Archibald William Clarke, 3rd South Lancashire Regiment. Edged Weapons 1961-08-21
Rifle regiment officer's sword, pattern 1854; blade of dumbbell section, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Ranken and Company; usual pattern guard; nickel plated scabbard. Edged Weapons 1961-08-62
Royal Artillery sword, Light Cavalry pattern 1822; straight blade, with etched decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; three-bar steel guard; grip is covered with fish skin and bound with wire; scabbard is metal, covered with brown leather; carried by Maj D G Deighton-Probyn Royal Artillery. Edged Weapons 1961-07-171
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1822; blade has double fullers each side and is a tulwar blade, probably of Indian manufacture; 'Gothic' hilt of gilt bronze with black leather lining; remains of sword knot, acorn missing; wooden, shamshir, scabbard covered in black reptile skin; possibly associated with Maj Gen Sir James Browne KCSI, CB. Edged Weapons 1961-06-50
Infantry Officer's sword; plain lightweight blade with a piped back; 'Gothic' hilt, with a leather lining; sword knot is varnished, with an Infantry braid; brass scabbard; associated with Maj Gen H R Morgan, Madras Staff Corps, Army India Staff. Edged Weapons 1961-06-29
Pattern 1822 Infantry Officer's Sword and scabbard. Carried by Capt Archibald Rutherfoord, 4th (or The Kings Own) Regiment of Foot, Crimean War (1854-1856), 1854-1855. Produced by James Wilkinson and Son, later Wilkinson Sword. Edged Weapons 1961-06-26
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1796, 1805 (c); blade is usual for the pattern, with engraved decoration; knucklebow hilt with shell guard, one of which is engraved, ' W.MANBY'; red and gilt knot. Edged Weapons 1961-06-25
Light Cavalry officer's sword, Dragoon, pattern 1796; blade is curved and fullered, engraved with the maker's name, W & S Dawes, and dated 1798; stirrup guard; grip is ribbed and shaped wood, bound with twisted wires; heavy steel scabbard with two lockets. Edged Weapons 1961-06-24
Infantry officer's dress sword, pattern 1895; straight blade of dumbbell section, with engraved decoration; hilt is the typical design for this pattern; leather strap and sword knot; leather scabbard with frogs and straps; owned by H J D Hickman, 34th Sikh Pioneers. Edged Weapons 1961-06-14
Artillery Officer's sword; spear pointed blade, engraved with the regiment's name, the name of the owner and the maker, Artilleria Fabrica de Toledo; steel three-bar guard; steel scabbard; carried Maj H Simpson-Baikie, RA. Edged Weapons 1961-03-33
General Officer's sword; blade is decorated with engraving, including the maker's name, Ranken & Co; mameluke hilt; gold knot with a crimson worm; brass scabbard; carried by Major General Sir William Benyon KCIE CB DSO. Edged Weapons 1961-06-5
Indian Army General officer's sword; usual pattern blade, with engraved decoration; mameluke hilt; gilt sword knot and crimson worm; scabbard; belonged to General John Briggs. Edged Weapons 1961-03-13
Indian Army Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1895; plain lightweight blade, usual design for this pattern; guard bears the monogram of Queen Victoria; nickel plated scabbard. Edged Weapons 1961-03-3-5
Indian Police Officer's sword; blade of dumbbell section, decorated with the 'IP' cypher and the maker's name, S W Silver & Co; Rifle pattern guard; silver cord sword knot with blue worm; silver plated scabbard. Edged Weapons 1961-01-30
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1895; blade by Henry Wilkinson; usual guard for this pattern; leather scabbard; associated with Col J R Slade-Baker. Edged Weapons 1961-01-26
Officer's sword, pattern 1822 (?), Royal Artillery; blade is slightly curved with etched decoration, including maker's name, E Thurkle as well as the regiment's name and owner's initials; steel three-bar guard; leather strap and acorn; leather scabbard; associated with Major Arthur Slade Baker. Edged Weapons 1961-01-24
Westminster Dragoons Trooper's sword; some years before 1914 the Regiment was equipped with these swords by Lord Howard de Walden at his own expense, being the only Yeomanry Regiment to carry them. Edged Weapons 1960-12-179
Cavalry officer's sword, pattern 1896; spear pointed blade, with engraved decoration, including the name of the regiment, 4th Royal Dragoon Guards; 'honeysuckle' bowl guard; leather covered scabbard; associated with Augustine Henry Brooke. Edged Weapons 1960-12-54
Royal Company of Archer's sword, worn by Col Montague Gordon Johnstone; straight blade engraved with the maker's name, C Smith and Son; gilt brass hilt, with shell guards; scabbard has gilt brass mouthpiece and locket. Edged Weapons 1960-12-20
Sword, Royal Company of Archers, worn by Col Montague Gordon Johnstone, 1900 (c); blade engraved with the maker's name, Firmin and Sons; scabbard with brass mouthpiece and chape. Edged Weapons 1960-12-20
Court small sword, Royal Company of Archers, worn by Col Montague Gordon Johnstone; blade engraved and etched with decoration, including the maker's name, C Smith and Son; knucklebow guard; wooden grip bound with copper wire; black leather scabbard with brass mounts. Edged Weapons 1960-12-20
General officer's sword; normal pattern blade, with engraved decoration, including the user's monogram, J F, and the date 1890; mameluke hilt, no rivets through the ivory grip; silver knot and crimson worm; Normal pattern plated scabbard; carried by John Fryer, 6th Dragoon Guards. Edged Weapons 1960-11-178
Staff officer's sword, pattern 1822; blade is flat backed, with etched decoration, including the maker's name, Hawkes and Company; gilt brass 'Gothic' hilt; grip is covered in grey fish skin and bound with twisted copper wire; brass scabbard. Edged Weapons 1960-11-178
Unofficial formation flag; Women's Royal Army Corps, 46 (M) HAA Regt RA, 1950 (c); temporary flag. Flags and Colours 1994-04-264
Rifle regiment officer's sword, pattern 1834; blade of dumbbell section, with engraved decoration, including the name of the owner and the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; Rifle regiment pattern 1834 hilt, with nickel plated guard; black leather strap and knot; brown leather covered scabbard; carried by H.R.C. Lane, 5th Gurkha Rifles. Edged Weapons 1960-11-158
Formation flag (centre piece); Women's Royal Army Corps, 1970 (c); centre of bunting flag printed on both sides with Women's Royal Army Corps badge; within a wreath, surmounted by a crown a lioness gardant. Flags and Colours 1994-04-373
Drum Major's sashes (3); Women's Royal Army Corps Museum 1950-1989 (c); miniature drum sticks absent. Uniforms 1994-04-324
Pennant; Australian Women's Army Service, 1955 (c). Flags and Colours 1994-04-254
Scarf, knitted; Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1943 (c); body has various shoulder titles, formation badges, medal ribbons sewn on; one badge loose - Robin Hood printed on pale green square, North Midland District (Northern Command). Uniforms 1994-04-380
Levée sword, 4th Queens Own Light Dragoons; blade is curved and double edged, with engraved decoration including the Regiment's name; mameluke hilt; ivory grip; steel scabbard with two brass lockets and brass shoe. Edged Weapons 1960-10-36
Levée sword, 16th Dragoons (?); normal pattern blade engraved with the monogram of William IV; moulded brass gilt cross guard; grips of incised ivory; scabbard covered in fish skin with brass edging and fittings; associated with Major General Norcliffe-Norcliffe (?). Edged Weapons 1960-10-36
Miniature toy sword; in form of a British or Indian Army officer's sword of 'gothic' hilt; blade is slightly curved with broad shallow fullers and rounded point; copper or brass guard; ribbed wooden grip covered with fabric and bound with twisted and plain wire; copper or brass scabbard with two suspension rings and moulded mouth; thought to have belonged to the son of Sher Ali Khan, Amir of Afghanistan, and have been brought back to Britain by Maj Gen Boyce Albert Combe CB, 10th (Prince of Wales's Own Royal) Hussars during the 2nd Afghan War (1878-1880). Edged Weapons 1960-09-104
Artillery Officer's sword; blade is spear pointed with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson and the corps name; three bar hilt with worn grip; steel, nickel plated scabbard; carried by Lt Col (later Maj Gen) C G Robinson, Bengal Artillery. Edged Weapons 1960-09-24
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1895; blade has the cypher of George V inscribed on it, as well as the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; usual type guard; scabbard of leather and a scabbard of steel; associated with Lt Col J R Slade-Baker, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Edged Weapons 1960-08-263
Officer's sword, Royal Artillery; blade is spear pointed with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson, the corp's name, and 'HJ' in cypher; three bar guard with a chequered back piece; black fish skin grip bound in silver wire; leather sword knot and leather covered scabbard. Edged Weapons 1960-08-230
General Officer's sword; blade has engraved decoration, including the retailer's name, Army & Navy Co-operative Society; mameluke hilt; gilt sword knot with crimson worm; chromium plated scabbard. Edged Weapons 1960-08-229
1st Life Guards officer's sword, pattern 1834, 1840 (c); blade has a wide shallow fuller, and is spear pointed, and engraved with the make's name, W Moore; steel hilt with brass rivets around the edge; grip covered in grey fish skin; steel scabbard with two brass lockets and suspension rings; associated with James Mc N Hogg. Edged Weapons 1960-08-49
Rifle regiment officer's sword, pattern 1834, 1895; blade of dumbbell section with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; plated steel rifle regiment guard; leather knot and strap; associated with W N Fordham, 20th Punjabis, 1895. Edged Weapons 1960-07-221
Flintlock breechloading rifled pistol by Robert Rowland, London, 1715 (c)-1720; barrel length 10.75 in, bore approx 5/8 in. Firearms 1964-06-9-1
Percussion pistol, smoothbore, sealed pattern, probably for issue to Indian Cavalry, 1865. Firearms 1964-06-9-2
Pair of flintlock army holster pistols by H Nock, two identical black polished leather holsters for pistols, with red upper edging (probably modern copies). Firearms 1964-06-9-3
Pair of flintlock army holster pistols by H Nock, two identical black polished leather holsters for pistols, with red upper edging (probably modern copies). Equipment, general 1964-06-9-3
Pattern 1896 Cavalry Officer's sword; blade inscribed with the maker's name, E Thurkle; leather scabbard; belonged to a member of the Longhurst family. Edged Weapons 1960-07-188
Pair of flintlock, cannon-barrelled pistols, Upton, bore approx 7/16 in, length 7 11/16 in, serpent side plate ornamented with grotesque figures, 1660-1665 (Appear as 4a and 4b on Accession Sheet). Firearms 1964-06-9-4
William IV bolted lock pistol with swivel ramrod, 8 7/8 in 18 bore barrel. Firearms 1964-10-23
Centre-fire revolver, double-action, Adams, .450 in, M1867 Army Mk II; gun is marked with this Accession No but may be duplicate of WEV1964-05-60:17. Firearms 1964-10-23
Colt double action 'Lightning' .38 in, centre-fire revolver; barrel length 4.5 in, black bakelite grips; US marks. Firearms 1964-10-23
Webley-Pryse 1876 model, .455 in revolver, 5 chambers, chequered ebony (?) grips, barrel length 5 5/8 in; fine decorative engraving. Firearms 1964-10-23