WW1 2 Vintage HM Silver Swagger Stick 3rd Bn Middlesex Reg Col Sgt Gray British
Superb Vintage WW1 or WW2 Period British Army Non Commissioned Officer Swagger Stick To Colour Sergeant (O.R.S.) W.J. Gray 3rd Battalion The Middlesex Regiment British Army Rarely do these items come up that are traceable to individuals. A superb extremely rare original swagger stick of malacca wood with hallmark silver handle embossed with Middlesex Regiment crest. The handle is engraved CR SGT (O.R.S) W.J. GRAY 3rd Bn The Middlesex REGT Hallmarks for Birmingham, sterling silver and a V…
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