Militaria page 2 - London and Westminster Light Horse Cavalry

Militaria Page 2

Here you will find more examples of Militaria we have available. Not all our stock is on the website so please check back soon as we will be adding more interesting and historic items on a regular basis.

Military Sampler of South Staffordshire Regiment

Military Sampler of South Staffordshire Regiment

A Hand Embroidered Silk Sampler of the Regimental Colours of the South Staffordshire Regiment

A very good example of a military sampler of the South Staffordshire Regimental Colours with embroidered silks, gold wire and appliqué work. This particular sampler was executed by a skilled hand and shows well above average standard of workmanship. Slight fading but still bright and in good condition with no rips or tears. Framed and glazed. Frame requires minor work.
Circa 1902 after the regiment returned from the Second Boer war. Overall size including frame, 27” x 24”.     


Price:   £195.00  including UK delivery


Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing this item  - quoting reference: SKU  922D



The South Staffordshire Regiment was created in 1881 by the amalgamation of the 38th (1st Staffordshire) Regiment of Foot and the 80th (Staffordshire Volunteers) Regiment of Foot. Sent to Egypt in 1882. Involved in defeating the Arab forces at Kirbekan. Regiment saw service also in First and Second Boer War.

Peninsula Wars Intelligence Map of Spain and Portugal

Peninsula Wars Intelligence Map of Spain and Portugal

Superb Full Size, 38 inches x 53 inches, Laminated Copy of Peninsula Wars Intelligence Map by Jasper Nantiat, 1810.

Following the cancellation of a major exhibition, this is a unique opportunity to acquire a full size laminated copy of   “A new map of Spain and Portugal: exhibiting the chains of mountains with their passes, the principal & cross roads, with other details requisite for the intelligence of Military Operations”  compiled by Jasper Nantiat, 1810.  


This laminated map combines the four Nantiat maps into one large map, 38” x 53”. Excellent for either wargamers (laminated so will accept non permanent pen ink), historical reenactment, historical research or a collector of Napoleonic or Peninsula War items. It was produced at great cost and was destined to be displayed on a wall with paintings of each battle and their relative locations on the map. 
A fascinating and superb map. I cannot better the explanation of this map in the following link;- 

http://edu.lva.virginia.gov/dbva/items/show/218


Price:   £125.00    Postage of £15.00 for this item within the UK. Overseas at cost.


Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing this item  - quoting reference: SKU  921D 

Unusual Item for Mail Coach Pistol/Blunderbuss Collector

Original Signed Watercolour Painting by Bevan Rider of Golden Fleece Coaching Inn, Thirsk, N. Yorks

MAIL COACH - ORIGINAL SIGNED WATERCOLOUR PAINTING by BEVAN RIDER of GOLDEN FLEECE COACHING INN, THIRSK, NORTH YORKSIRE

An original pen, ink and watercolour, gouache painting, "The Change at the Golden Fleece, Thirsk". Painted and signed circa 1980 by Bevan Rider to illustrate his 1984 book on "The Story of the Royal Mail Coaches - A More Expeditious Conveyance", this watercolour is the original illustration which appears on page 100 in the chapter describing the London- Edinburgh Mail which stopped/staged at the Golden Fleece en route. The Golden Fleece still exists today - see their website for downloading a history of this coaching inn.


The painting measures approx 15 inches by 11 inches. It is in good condition but with some bumping and creasing at the corners, some pinholes at the edges (most likely from the artists drawing board). Painted on Watercolour Board. Requires mounting and framing but an attractive and unusual item for the  Mail Coach Pistol / Blunderbuss collector.


Price:   £165.00  including UK delivery


Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing this item  - quoting reference: SKU  919D

Mail Coach Pistol/Blunderbuss Related Painting

MAIL COACH - ORIGINAL SIGNED WATERCOLOUR PAINTING by BEVAN RIDER of MAIL COACH IN FLOODS NEAR NEWARK

MAIL COACH - ORIGINAL SIGNED WATERCOLOUR PAINTING by BEVAN RIDER of MAIL COACH IN FLOODS NEAR NEWARK

An original pen, ink and watercolour, gouache painting, "Floods Near Newark". Painted and signed circa 1980 by Bevan Rider to illustrate his 1984 book on "The Story of the Royal Mail Coaches - A More Expeditious Conveyance", this watercolour is the original illustration which appears on page 95 in the chapter describing the London- Edinburgh Mail which frequently encountered flooding near Newark en route. The book recalls that the Newark bridge crossing was often liable to flooding resulting in the ‘up’ Mail Coach in midwinter having to negotiate these floods in darkness leaving the passengers cold and wet even if they took the precaution of standing on their seats with their backs arched against the roof! Sometimes the floods were just too deep resulting in the Mail Coach Guard having to wade in or swim, unhitch the leading horse, remove mails from the box and proceed on his own to the next stage. He would probably have taken his pistols or blunderbuss with him as well!    


The painting measures approx 15 inches by 11 inches. It is in good condition but with some bumping and creasing at the corners, some pinholes at the edges (most likely from the artists drawing board). Painted on a Watercolour Board. Requires mounting and framing but an attractive and unusual item for the  Mail Coach Pistol / Blunderbuss collector.



Price:   £165.00  including UK delivery


Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing this item  - quoting reference: SKU  920D