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A Victorian silver-gilt Royal Hussars Busby Inkwell.

£8,200.00

A Victorian silver-gilt Inkwell modelled in the form of an officer’s busby of the 10th Royal Hussars, set on a wooden plinth, the pouch opening as a box, London 1874, by E.H. Stockwell.

The 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wale’s Own) was a Calvary regiment of the British Army and was active from 1715-1969; the regimental Colonel in 1874 was Prince Edward, the Prince of Wales.

The busby of the 10th regiment bore a black lower plume and white upper plume.

SKU: O4861 Category:

Description

Condition:

Good. Minor wear to highlights of the gilding. Some wear and marking to the upper surfaces of the wood plinth.

Dimensions:

Height including plinth  28.30cm.; Diameter of plinth 25.90 cm.; Diameter of ink bottle 8.10 cm.;
Length of stamp box 5.70cm.; Width of stamp box 2.90 cm.

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