ID: 2521

1897 Pattern Officers Sword

  • Price: £350

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Description

An unusual 1897 pattern Victorian Indian officers sword outfitted by Manton at their Calcutta office, made in London, features a small badge bearing thistles insignia. The motto Nemo me impune lacessit adorns the guard. Its believed that the sword initially belonged to a Regular officer before being utilized by the Calcutta Scottish Regiment in the early part of the 20th century. Volunteer regiments often used equipment and arms which did not conform to the standard pattern, possibly explaining why the Crown is Queens when the regiment was only established in 1914 and should be Kings.

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  • Watergate,
  • Whitchurch,
  • SY131DP,
  • Shropshire,
  • UK
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  • Raven Yard Antiques Shop is a family run business located in the picturesque part of Shropshire in the Roman town of Whitchurch. We have a diverse selection of rare and historic goods to choose from. Please browse our online store or else visit our shop to see some of our amazing items. Our shop is open Thursdays to Saturdays, 10am-5pm. Please note that we will be replenishing stock between the 20/02/2024 and the 06/03/2024 and thus our shop will be closed and ourselves unable to organise business transactions between that date.