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Royal Ulster Constabulary Male Constable's/Sergeant's Custodian Helmet With Blackened Queens Crown Night Badge, Size 7 1/8". Sn 10270 - 10270
A Royal Ulster Constabulary Male Constable's/Sergeant's Custodian helmet with blackened Queens Crown night badge. The R.U.C. was founded on 1 June 1922 out of the Royal Irish Constabulary (R.I.C.). At its peak the force had around 8,500 officers with a further 4,500 who were members of the R.U.C. Reserve. During the Troubles, over 300 members of the R.U.C. were killed and almost 9,000 injured in paramilitary assassinations or attacks, mostly by the Provisional I.R.A., which made, by 1983, the RUC the most dangerous police force in the world in which to serve. This is an excellent post WW2 male Constable's/Sergeant's helmet of the R.U.C. It has a perfect exterior finish with a black ribbed band and top 'dome' complete with the correct blackened Queens Crown night badge to the front. Inside it is in excellent condition with a leather sweat band over side cork inserts for extra comfort and a string adjustment cord and chinstrap. It has a size "7 1/8" and "3 68 8265" in white inside along with a black ink stamp on the sweat band "7 1/8". The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10270
£275.00

Pre 1952 Scottish Constabulary ACPOS (Association Of Chief Police Officers Scotland) Chief Constables, Deputy Chief Constables & Assistant Chief Constables Uniform Police Cap By Christy’s London With ACPOS Kings Crown Bullion Thistle Cap Badge. Sn 12146 - 12146
The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS) ceased to operate on April 1, 2013 when the eight forces and the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency merged to form a single service known as Police Scotland. ACPOS was the collective organisation of Chief Constables, Deputy Chief Constables and Assistant Chief Constables from the eight Police Forces in Scotland. The Scottish Constabulary crest was designed by Mr Cairns, Art Master at Dumfries Academy in the early 1930s at the request of the Chief Constables' (Scotland) Club to be a badge to be identifiable with the Scottish Police Service. This is an original Scottish Constabulary ACPOS Senior Police Officer’s Cap. The cap has the ACPOS embroidered bullion Scottish Thistle cap badge topped with King’s Crown indicating manufacture prior to 1952 with banner and latin motto ‘Semper Vigilo’ (Always Vigilant). The badge is illustrated in image 2. The hat has a black plastic chin strap held by two black buttons to the sides and patent leather peak with bullion braid. The braid has some service wear. The cap’s crown, body and chequered headband are in excellent undamaged condition with no mothing. The inside of the cap has a clean brown leather sweat band with number ‘189’ handwritten in ink and crisp Christy’s of London impressed stamp highlighted in gold (illustrated inset in image 2). The clean red silk head lining also has a crisp Christy’s ink stamp in gold. This is an excellent original Police cap. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12146
£295.00

Various Queen's Crown Blackened Two Piece Helmet Plates. Pol. 386 - Pol 387 - Pol 387
Various original metal blackened two piece helmet plates to the following:- Ipswich Borough Police (only has two lugs to the reverse) £40, Northamptonshire Borough Police, (Only has one lug to the rear) £40, Gloucestershire Constabulary (only has one lug to the rear) £40, Cumberland & Westmorland Constabulary, (only has one lug to the rear) £40, , Oxford City Police, (no lugs to the rear and the tip of the crown missing) £3. They all have a removable metal centre Crest. On the reverse of each one there is a removable pin or lugs for the centre piece. The plates are in good condition. They are priced as above each. The price includes UK delivery. Pol 387
£40.00

Various Queen's Crown Blackened Two Piece Helmet Plates. Pol. 386 - Pol 386
Various original metal blackened two piece helmet plates to the following:- Northumberland Constabulary, Durham Constabulary, East Sussex Constabulary and Cambridgeshire Constabulary. They all have a removable metal centre Crest. On the reverse of each one there are three soldered fixing lugs and a removable pin for the centre piece. The plates is in excellent condition. They are priced at £45 each. The price includes UK delivery. Pol 386
£45.00

RESERVED RESERVED 1933-1959 Dated, Birmingham City Police Special Constabulary Commander’s Presentation Truncheon With Sterling Silver Hallmarked Plate To Special Commander G.M. Washbourne. Sn 12123 - 12123
This is an excellent Special Constabulary Presentation Truncheon to a Specials Commander who served prior, during and after WW2. It is 15 ¾” in length and has Queen’s Crown & ‘ER’ (Elizabeth Regina) in bold colours. Below the Arms. The truncheon is mounted with a rectangular hall marked silver plate plaque 23mm x 55mm inscribed ‘Birmingham City Police Special Constabulary Commander G.M Washbourne November 1933 To April 1959’ (hallmark illustrated inset in image 2). The staff has a deep grooved grip with rounded end fitted with original leather wrist strap. The wood is undamaged with no dents. Price for this presentation truncheon worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 12123
£375.00

Mid-Anglia Constabulary Custodian Helmet By Christy's London, Size 7. Pol 383 - Pol 383
A Mid-Anglian Constabulary Custodian Helmet, size 7. It has a chrome comb and chrome Queens Crown helmet plate. There is a chrome band with rosettes and a single vent either side. Inside it has a leather sweat band which is stamped with "7" (size 7) and an adjusting cord. It has a handwritten name "P.S. D16 Barrett" and a makers stamp of 'Christy's London'. It retains its normal chinstrap. The price includes UK postage. Pol 383
£125.00

Kings Crown Kent Constabulary Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's 2 Panel Helmet With Night Plate, Size 6 7/8". Sn 11901 - 11901
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 7/8". 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 it's 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 7/8" size stamp inside. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11901
£245.00

Kings Crown Manchester City Police Male Constable's/ Sergeant's 2 Panel Helmet With Night Plate, Size 6 5/8". Sn 11902 - 11902
This is a good condition, Kings Crown (Pre 1953) Manchester City Police Constable's/Sergeant's 2 panel helmet with a WW2 King's Crown night helmet plate and leather chin strap, size 6 5/8". 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 it's original blackened two piece King's Crown plate with central silvered City of Manchester crest. Inside it is in very good condition. It has a leather sweat band and chinstrap with small buckle. It has "6 5/8"" size stamp inside. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11902
£245.00

C1815 Georgian, Police/ Constabulary Tipstaff With Hand Painted Royal Cypher & Stylised Monogram ‘RP’. Sn 11826 - 11826
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 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 Georgian era Tipstaff in a form similar to those used in the reign of King George III. The body is made of a light weight wood with cylindrical body, bulbous stylised crown top and grooved handle. The staff has hand painted decoration featuring the Royal Crown and ‘G*R’ (George Rex) Royal Cypher. The staff also has a stylised monogram which appears to be ‘RP’. The staff measures 10 1/2" overall length and the wood is undamaged. All of the staff’s Gold, Green & Red decoration is vivid. Price for this piece of Policing history includes UK delivery. Sn 11826
£345.00

SOLD SOLD (12/04) Large Edwardian English Magistrates / Mayor’s Decorated Tip Staff To William P Spalding Mayor Of Cambridge Dated 1908 - 1909. Sn 11729 - 11729
The English gentleman William P. Spalding a stationer, Alderman and Justice of the Peace (JP) resided in Sidney Street Cambridge. Spalding was famous for producing a street directory annually for Cambridge from 1874 to the onset of the Second World War. He was Mayor of Cambridge between 1908 & 1909 and served a second term in office 1909-1910 (A contemporary portrait of Spalding in Mayoral robes wearing his chain of office is illustrated in image 2). The tip staff is one of the earliest forms of Government authority, carried by the early Constables/ Watchmen and Magistrates as signs of their authority and right to enforce law. This is an excellent JP’s Tip Staff to Spalding. The staff is made from a light weight wood painted with colourful decoration including The King’s Crown with ‘ER’ monogram (Edward VII Rex), Heraldic Arms and wording ‘Alderman W.P. Spalding J.P. Mayor Of Cambridge 1908-9’ (illustrated inset in image 2). The staff measures 27” in length with a grooved grip section. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11729
£0.00
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