Victorian Era British Police Truncheon with Holster

14.375" in overall length, 1.25" diameter at widest point, 4" long, .80" diameter handle with palm swell and 9 gripping grooves. Truncheon painted black, with decorative painting of the Victorian-era British royal cypher and Parish of Walcot (a suburb of Bath). Tip of truncheon painted with the number 31. Leather lanyard in hole in grip. Club is contained in a black leather belt holster with attached cover that is marked with a {crown} / VR on the reverse of the belt loop.


Very good, with some paint loss due to age and use. Holster very good.

Estimate: $200 - $400
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