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Militaria 731


Chief Maqoma Regiment (formerly Prince Alfred’s Guard) Infantry Officer’s 1896 Pattern Sword. A very rare example, the 82.5cm straight blade by Wilkinson Sword Ltd. London England (no number) with single fuller is etched with the badge of the regiment, a warrior’s shield upon crossed spears, inscribed, ‘Umzintzani’, the officer’s initials, ‘P.A.G.’ and panels of scrolling foliage. Pierced sheet metal plated hand guard incorporating the badge of the regiment and Latin motto, ‘Fidelis Et Fortis’. Wire bound fish skin grip, leather bound wooden scabbard, sword frog and blue linen undress waist belt, the blade with pitting and rust patches otherwise good condition


£200-£300 This is an age restricted lot: the successful buyer will be required to either collect in person, or arrange specialist shipping. 732


Side Arm by The Wilkinson Sword Company London. The massive 71cm bright straight blade with 23cm spear point, etched panel, ‘Manufactured By The Wilkinson Sd. Coy. London’, solid sheet steel hand guard with lapped edges and provision for a sword knot, slab brass ribbed hand grips riveted to the tang. Heavy gauge black leather scabbard with top and bottom brass chapes, the upper with a frog stud, a separate brass ‘diamond’ below the top chape is inscribed ’67’. A sprung release stud at the base of the hand grip, very good condition


£200-£300 This is an age restricted lot: the successful buyer will be required to either collect in person, or arrange specialist shipping. 733


Bayonets. A Chassepot sword bayonet St. Etienne January 1869 and Lee-Enfield sword bayonet (52cm) blade, no scabbards. A black leather covered wooden scabbard for a Rifles sword, good condition (3)


£40-£50 This is an age restricted lot: the successful buyer will be required to either collect in person, or arrange specialist shipping. 734


Late 18th Century HEIC Flint-lock Carbine Relic. 60cm steel barrel half-stocked, the lock plate marked ‘Davidson’ ‘1790’ and the HEIC Merchant’s Mark. The stock with chequered hand-grip area and brass base plate and trigger guard, fitted with a sling swivel, steel ramrod, the stock shattered right through at the stock area, a section broken off but present, the ramrod seized


£200-£300 735


Three Fairbairn Sykes Knives. One Second War period, known amongst collectors as the Middle East model with wood grip, nice blade with its scabbard with belt loop missing; a Second War 3rd model, excellent blade, marked number 1 to the hilt, no scabbard; and a post-War 3rd model by Joseph Rogers of Sheffield with a scabbard, very nice blade, heavy clasp grip, elastic broken around the belt loop, generally good condition (3)


£120-£160 This is an age restricted lot: the successful buyer will be required to either collect in person, or arrange specialist shipping. 736


A Field Officer’s Telescope. A mid-19th Century Field Officer’s two-drawer brass telescope by Troughton & Simms, London, brass mounted throughout and extending to 420mm, with integrated rear lens cover and leather bound front panel with two strap loops for attachment to uniform, the later partially detached, the first drawer engraved ‘Captn. William Master, 5th Fusileers’, in good working condition


£200-£300


William Chester Master was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the 5th (Northumberland Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot, by purchase, on 23 April 1839, and was promoted Lieutenant (by purchase) on 26 October 1841, and Captain (by purchase) on 29 December 1846. Proceeding with the Regiment to India he received his Majority on 4 September 1857 and commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the Relief of Lucknow in November 1857, served with it in Outram’s force at the Alumbagh and in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regiment at the capture of Lucknow.


Promoted Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel on 24 March 1858, Master saw further service throughout the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the action of Dounderkeira and Buxarghat, and the capture of the fort of Oomrea. Several times Mentioned in Despatches, for his services during the Mutiny he was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath. He retired with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in March 1863.


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