The House & Garden Sale

Abingdon - 7th October 2019. Starts 11AM

Lot 165

A FINE GROUP OF SCOTTISH REGALIA reputedly formerly the property of Colonal Campbell, to include a Scottish Officers gilt brass mounted Regimental dirk of The 17th (Cameron) Highlanders circa 1860, the blade etched with Regimental honors of Egmont Opzee, the ebonised carved baluster grip set with gilt brass studs, the pommel inset with a piece of cut glass against a pink foil, together with a sash and belt, both with silver mounts, all marked for Edinburgh 1855 and makers mark of James and William Marshall, further complete with a kilt, leather sporran, a Glengarry cap with Regimental badge, a Sgian-Dubh with Egypt honors to the ebony grip, a silver mounted sporran with thistle decoration and central crest of a tower with arms pulling taut a bow and arrow and motto over 'Agite Pro Viribus' etc Colonel Campbell was colonel of the 6th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment and won his DSO in the South African war, he was D.L and J.P for Herefordshire and married Helen Spooner, youngest daughter of Richard Spooner H.E.I.C.S (Honorable East India Company Service) of Warwickshire on 7th September 1881

£2000 - £3000


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