A RARE PAIR OF FRENCH MILITARY REGULATION SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR A FIELD OFFICER
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A RARE PAIR OF FRENCH MILITARY REGULATION SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR A FIELD OFFICER

EARLY 19TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY FIRST EMPIRE

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A RARE PAIR OF FRENCH MILITARY REGULATION SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR A FIELD OFFICER
EARLY 19TH CENTURY, POSSIBLY FIRST EMPIRE
With hardened red leather buckets each fitted with an ornate cast and chased gilt-brass cap decorated with bands of running foliage, beadwork, and flutes, the terminal of each cap decorated in relief with oak leaves and acorns, one retaining its iron mounting bar, with red morocco yoke, on stand
Each bucket 16 1/8in. (41cm.) deep (2)
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VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 20% on the buyer's premium.

Lot Essay

A pasted label inside one bucket states that these holsters were for an officer in the Tartares Lithuanians de la Garde Impériale
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