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Ian Shepherd

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  1. I agree with Brian . I also think it is a trench stick cheers Ian
  2. I have 4 lead weighted in my collection including one where the weight is loose in a hole within the truncheon and moves when it is used. more common are the ones with a metal band usually brass around the top where engraving was done. eg crown and WR GR Or VR. But none of these are to a police force but in some cases to a town etc. Ian
  3. Hi Brett, I remember one of these truncheons in Mervyns collection. I suppose it is now in the united States with most of his collection. cheers Iab
  4. Hi Dave i have a new copy you can have £12 plus £3 post and packaging. Ian
  5. Saw the show. briliant bet you were pleased. Ian
  6. This is what I did. I managed to arrange them in a circle. They looked good. Ian
  7. This is completly different to mine. I would say that it is quite early from the shape and grip, apart from that I am afraid I can't be of any further help. Ian
  8. Hi Zozo, can I ask why you think that it is a military police truncheon. I have have one decorated the same but without the WH which is definatly from the Staffordshire Police. Any chance of a picture it would help in dating it.. Ian
  9. Gentlemen Mervyn,s funeral procession tomorrow will be led by a piper. Ian
  10. Hi Peter, thanks for your reply. I thought that their role was something like that.. Ian.
  11. Hi, I wonder if one of our canadian members could let us know about the Rangers and why they continued to use the SMLE's Ian.
  12. Watch out for repro tins there are a lot about. I saw a dealer with 5 for sale recently. At least he was selling them as repro at £ 5 each. Ian
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