Small wooden mace (approximately 23.5 cms) with brass studs on head and brass stud on tip. Friction fit head and grip, both hollow (for glass container, now missing). Probably Masonic regalia (for a thirsty mason!). Condition: excellent for age.
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[Militaria : Miscellaneous : British : 20th Century]
Sword arrived today. Fabulous. This is an excellent example of a fighting sword of its period, and a real gem. The 1828 Pattern is such a gorgeous sword, and this is a fine example. Even my bride is impressed and she doesn’t really get swords.
G F, New Zealand, 06.11.2013
Chris, got the buckle thanks and what a beauty, posted it on the forum already (war relics forum) I mod the buckle forum I have put a thanks to you on there with your site title so might drum up a bit of business for you :)