BUGLES


Army Cyclist Corps Buglet      SOLD
British Army Buglet on wooden stand

Brass buglet made by Henry Keat and Sons, London
Body and mouthpiece stamped with manufacturer
Buglet also stamped BY APPOINTMENT TO THE WAR & INDIAN OFFICE
Measures 18 cm long at widest.
The Buglet was used by the Army Cyclist Volunteer units and during the Great War by the Army Cyclist Corps.
Unusual "squashed" design was to make it easier to store on a bicycle. A rare instrument.






4th Battalion The Wiltshire Regiment Bugle      SOLD 
Silver plated bugle by Henry Potter & Co, Charing Cross, London
Engraved with the badge of the 4th Wiltshire Regiment and the battle honour FEROZESHAH
Wooden stand available





12th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps Bugle      SOLD
"Silverine" bugle by Potter, London.
Engraved with badge of the 12th King's Royal Rifle Corps and QUEEN'S WESTMINSTERS
With red bugle chords.
Wooden stand available 

 
Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Imperial Yeomanry Bugle        SOLD        
Silver plated bugle by H.P. Douglas & Son, Brunswick Street, Glasgow.
Engraved with badge of the Glasgow Imperial Yeomanry:
Q.O.R.G.I.Y. - PRESENTED TO THE "QUEEN'S OWN" R.G.I.Y. BY Lieut & Qr.Mr. Scouller 1906
COLONEL R.K. STEWART, COMMANDING.
Wooden stand available

John Scouller was a renowned publican in Glasgow and always name his pubs with a connection to horses; his best known being "The Horse Shoe". He served in the Yeomanry for 47 years, rising from Trooper to Captain. He visited America and missed the Boer War, but during WW1 he commanded a Yeomanry depot in the UK. He was awarded the Territorial Decoration in March 1916. He died 1st May 1923 and his obituary in the local newspaper gave full details of his life, business and Yeomanry service. His picture appears on the Pollokshields Heritage website.




The York and Lancaster Regiment Bugle      £200  
"Silverine" bugle by Potter, London.
Engraved with badge of the York and Lancaster Regiment.
Dent above badge.
Wooden stand available



2nd King Edward VII's Own Gurkha Rifles Bugle    SOLD 
Silver plated bugle by Henry Potter & Co, London.
Engraved with King's Crown above ERI above crossed kukris.
With black bugle chords.
Wooden stand available