ENGLISH GEORGIAN SURREY YEOMANRY SABRETACHE.
A most beautiful sabretache of the large size of the William IV period, who reigned from 1830 to 1837 only, this was worn by an officer in the Surrey Yeomanry, The gold leaf excellent, all of the heavy bullion work to the crown is thick and beautifully laid onto a red velvet base. The intertwined William IV scroll work well executed. One moth nip to the red velvet, with its three brass strap attachment rings and its complete message pouch with the remains of an Old Bond Street paper label of the manufacturer 'Moore'. The interior of the message pouch is lined in lightweight brushed cotton, in its extremely rare japanned carrying case with its original paper lining still intact. A fabulous artefact of the William IV period.