George V Regimental Silver Bugle The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Kohler & Sons, London 1925
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A good quality early 20th century silver presentation Regimental Bugle, chased with foliate scroll decoration and applied with the badge of The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Presented to the Regiment after their departure from Tientsin in North China in 1925. The Bugle is engraved with the presentation inscription - "Presented by The Tientsin British Municipal Volunteer Corps, North China, 1923 - 1925. The event is recorded in the accompanying book - 'The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Volume III 1919 - 1970', which details how well thought of The Lancashire Regiment was and how much their departure was regretted.

By Kohler & Sons, London, 1925

Literature: "The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Volume III", The Lancashire Infantry Museum, page 41.

The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) (until 1921 known as the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment) was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that was in existence from 1881 to 1970. In 1970, the regiment was amalgamated with the Lancashire Regiment to form the Queen's Lancashire Regiment which was, in 2006, amalgamated with the King's Own Royal Border Regiment and the King's Regiment (Liverpool and Manchester) to form the Duke of Lancaster Regiment (King's, Lancashire and Border).


In good condition with just minor wear and slight misshaping to the mouth of the bugle
270 mm (10.63 inches)
170 mm (6.69 inches)
105 mm (4.13 inches)
22.00 troy ounces (684.27 Grams)
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