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Post 1953 Lancashire Constabulary Male Constable's/ Sergeant's 2 Panel Helmet With Queen's Crown Night Helmet Plate & Chin Strap. Sn 10269 - Sn 10269
This is an excellent original post 1953 Lancashire Constabulary male Constable's/ Sergeant's 2 panel helmet with a Queen's Crown night helmet plate and chin strap. 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 Queen's Crown plate with central silvered Lancashire Rose. Inside it is in excellent condition with a leather sweat band with string adjustment cord and chinstrap with small buckle. It has a black ink stamp "6 3/4" giving the size. The price includes UK delivery.

Original, Victorian, Painted, Scottish Edinburgh Police Inspector's Short Truncheon. Sn 10135 - 10135
An original, Victorian, Painted, Scottish Edinburgh Police Inspector's Short Truncheon. An example of this truncheon is shown on page 6 of 'The Policeman's Lot' by Mitton. It is made of heavy dark wood and has a grooved handle. It measures 12 3/4" in length and contemporaneously hand painted with Queens Crown and red circular emblem which appears to be Edinburgh Police as illustrated in the book. The truncheon is also painted with number '113' either The Inspector's collar number or weapon number. The truncheon is undamaged with just the light surface wear to be expected with age. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10135

Massive, Silver Plated, 1907-1986 Military Chatham & District United Services Football League Winners Shield Plaque Presented By RN Barracks HMS Acheron & Military Services Football Clubs 1907. Sn 10040 - 10040
The Chatham & District United Services League included teams from all of the Military Services and some Civilian Police teams. In 1907 the league was presented with a trophy for the league in the form of a massive Oak Shield shaped plaque measuring 28 1/4" x 22 1/2" x 1 1/2". The Plaque was presented to the league by Royal Navy Barracks and other military services. It's highly decorated silver plated embossed centre and fittings features a football game in play scene and banner ' Chatham & District United Services Football League' together with beautifully engraved presentation details which include the title HMS Acheron (HMS Acheron is recorded as an A-class destroyer sunk by a mine during WW2 on 17 December 1940 off St. Catherine's Point). It is also dated 1907 (all illustrated). The top section of the Shield features a banner engraved 'Winners 1907-1963 and winning teams of the league from the 1st winners ' Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders 1907-08' through to 'B Div. Police 1962-63'. The lower section of the shield features individual silver plated shields with Police, Army and Navy, League Champions team details engraved. The Shield appears to have been last won in the 1985-86 Season by Medway Police and has their shield towards the lower edge. The bottom tip of the shield has a void silver plated shield ready for engraving. All wood is undamaged and the silver plating on this impressive shield has just the wear to be expected with age. The rear of the Shield is fitted with wire for hanging. Price for this piece of football history includes UK delivery. Sn 10040

1826 Dated, Large Smooth Grip Special Constabulary Presentation Truncheon. POL 350 - POL 350
Original 1826 dated, large smooth grip Special Constabulary presentation truncheon. This is a good quality original wooden Special Constabulary Presentation Truncheon. It is painted in dark green and has a smooth straight grip. It is 18 1/2 inches in length and is 1 3/4" in diameter at the tip. It has a coloured decoration in gold, red and green featuring The Kings Crown. Below this in gold is painted "1826". The wood is undamaged. The paint and decoration is in very good bright condition. The price includes UK delivery.

WW1 1916-1918 Dated, Rochdale Special Constabulary Sergeant's Presentation Truncheon With Chester 1918-19 Hallmarked Silver Plate Engraved To Sgt Milne With Wrist Strap. POL 339. - POL 339
This is a superb quality original WW1 wooden Special Constabulary Sgt's Presentation Truncheon. It is 15 1/2 inches in length and has highly coloured decoration in Gold, Red, Blue and Black featuring The Kings Crown with Royal Cypher (George Rex) together with Rochdale Coat of Arms above banners with lettering to 'Rochdale Special Constabulary', '1916-1918'. The neck of the truncheon near to the handle is mounted with a silver plate engraved 'Sgt Milne'. The plate has nice clear Silver Hallmarks (Chester 1918-19). It has a deep grooved grip with rounded end and is fitted with leather wrist strap. The wood is undamaged with no dents. This is an original item of WW1 British Police memorabilia with Hallmarked Silver Mount worthy of further research and the price includes UK delivery. POL 339.

Early WW2 1939 Dated Home Front, British Police Inspector's 'Tommy' Helmet By BH & C Ltd With Liner & Chinstrap. Sn 9636 - 9636
This is an excellent condition, complete, original, WW2, painted steel Police Inspector's 'Tommy' helmet. The helmet is painted white and has it's original Stenciled navy blue paint lettering 'POLICE'. The inner rim of the helmet is stamped 'ROC VA' & dated 'I (Jan)1939'. It has it's original black oil cloth liner with adjustment cord and sprung webbing chinstrap all of which are completely intact. The chin strap is hand ink marked '981' . The inside of the helmet is marked by the manufacturer 'BH&C Ltd' dated '1 (Jan)1939' and has date size '7'. The helmet is undamaged with no denting and it retains almost all of it's original paint. This is an excellent Helmet made at the outbreak of WW2 when the the threat of Air raids was imminent. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9636

Large Victorian Document Secure Storage Transit Box Marked To H.M. Inspector Of Constabulary For Scotland, Dover House. Sn 9638 - 9638
Early in the 19th Century many changes were made to the way crime was dealt with in Scotland. In the mid 1800's Scottish burghs were given power to establish police Forces if they had not already done so. Her Majesty's Inspector Of Constabularies (HMIC) were given power by Queen Victoria to enquire into the performance of Constabularies and make recommendations to improve recruitment of Constables & their pay and conditions of service. These enquires generated large quantities of documentation much of which was secret or sensitive and required secure storage in particular when in transit. This is an excellent original Victorian HMIC secure storage metal transit box. It measures 18 1/2"x 13"x 11"and has a hinged lid with brass lock (the key has become lost at some point in it's life). The box has carry handles riveted to the left and right sides of it's body and retains much of it's original black paint. It has no dents and the front of the box is stencil marked ' H.M. INSPECTOR OF CONSTABULARY FOR SCOTLAND DOVER HOUSE PAPERS'. The top of the box has the Queens Crown VR (Victoria Regina) all in original white paint. price for this piece of Victorian Policing history includes UK delivery. Sn 9638

Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) Braided Patrol Jacket. Sn 9287. - 9287
The armed Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) was Ireland's major police force from the early nineteenth century until the partition of Ireland in 1922. This is an excellent, original, RIC Braided Patrol Jacket. Made of Green Serge material edged with flat black braid, it has hook & eye fastening to the front. It has 4 loops of the same braid each side to the front & forming back seam ornaments. The tunic has never been fitted with olivettes. The roll collar is edged with black lace. It has plain epaulettes with absent badges and thin lace to each sleevel side pockets. It has pointed cuffs edged with braid and Russia eyes above and below. The shoulder straps are edged with narrow braid and bear stitch traces of embroided crowns which have been removed. It is fitted with black kings crown buttons 1 embossed Durham County Constabulary the other Lincolnshire Constabulary. All material is intact and clean. it is approx UK size 40" Chest. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9287.

WW2 Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary Officer's Peaked Cap By Herbert Johnson, New Bond Street London To 'E' Division SC 4468 Wharton. Sn 9284 - 9284
This is an excellent WW2 Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary Officer's Peaked Cap. It's Dark Navy Blue material is clean and undamaged as is it's excellent embroided Oak leaf band. It has it's original alloy Cap Badge with King's Crown, Coat Of Arms & wording 'Metropolitan Special Constabulary'. The rear of the badge has the correct lugs & split pin. It has a patent leather peak & The Cap's liner is clean with just the service wear to be expected. The crown of the cap has a nice label 'Herbert Johnson, 38 New Bond Street london' with Arms and 'Royal Appointment' banner. The inside of the sweat band is ink signed by it's original owner 'Wharton E (Division) 4468 (Collar Number)'. The cap is approx UK size 6. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9284

Victorian Truncheon, 'Hants Parish Constable' 8540:13 - 8540:13
An original Victorian Truncheon, with 'Hants Parish Constable' along the side. The truncheon is made of dark wood and painted black, the decoration is painted over the top of this. From the top there is a crown in gold and red, and below this is "VR" then painted down the side is "Hants Parish Constable" The decoration is clearly visible but faint as can be seen from the photographs. This is a very scarce truncheon. The truncheon has a fine ribbed handle which is unpainted. The truncheon measures 17 1/4". The price includes Uk delivery.
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