A Victorian Souvenir of Sebastapol
A Victorian Souvenir of Sebastapol
A Victorian Souvenir of Sebastapol
A Victorian Souvenir of Sebastapol
A Victorian Souvenir of Sebastapol

HAWKESWORTH, EYRE & CO (worked 1833-1873)

A Victorian Souvenir of Sebastapol

1858 England

Offered by Peter Cameron

£1,150 gbp
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Siege of Sebastopol.
A Regimental silver mounted Horn Flask, Sheffield 1858, Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co. The horn is applied with a plaque engraved 'Sebastopol Sepr. 8th 1855' and another with the crest of the 72nd Highlanders. The final assault of the siege of Sebastopol took place on the 8th September. The 72nd regiment did not play a major part in the last assault but Captain Cecil Rice of the regiment is recorded as spending that night in evacuating wounded from the trenches.
Overall length 33.40cm., diameter of large end 7cm.
Good with some minor surface scratching and cracking to the horn surface.
Dimensions
Height 33.40 cm (13.15 inches)
Diameter 7.00 (2.76 inches)
Stock Code
O2071
Medium
silver, horn
Peter Cameron

Peter Cameron
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