SET FOUR STERLING SILVER MILITARY MODELS / FIGURES LIFEGAURDS OFFICERS 1991

SET FOUR STERLING SILVER MILITARY MODELS / FIGURES LIFEGAURDS OFFICERS 1991
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1991 London
A magnificent set of four Sterling Silver Models depicting members of the Lifeguards Regiment over the period c. 1710 - 1830. Each Figure is modelled with an incredible attention to detail, showing the uniform, equipment and weapons from each period. The figures each stand on a square black plinth with engraved plaques shoing the details of the individual Models.

The Figures are as follows -
- 1st Marlborough Lifeguard - An officer of the Lifegaurds wearing the uniform of c. 1710. (Approx. Height - 38.6cm)
- Grenadier - A Lifeguards' Grenadier wearing the bearskin and open cut away coat of c. 1810.
(Approx. Height - 41.8cm)
- Waterloo Heavy Cavalry Lifeguard - An officeer of the Heavy Cavalry c. 1815 wearing a sabretache badge. (Approx. Height - 42.5cm)
- Cavalry Lifeguard - A trooper wearing the universal pattern cavalry dress uniform of c. 1890.
(Approx. Height - 40.9cm)

The Plaque at the back of each model reads - Presented by the Staff of the EDS in the UK, December 1993.

Each Figure contails between 2 and 3kgs of cast sterling silver.

Made in London in 1991 by Richard Comyns.
Made in London
Date - 1991
Maker - RICHARD COMYNS

CONDITION

These figures are in excellent condition with no damage.

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver.

SIGNED/INSCRIBED

Full English Hallmarks on All. 2 Visible, 2 hidden by Plinths.
£18,500
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