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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/accessionDate 1967
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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/creditLine Collection of Auckland Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira, W1845
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http://erlangen-crm.org/current/P3_has_note British Infantry Officers [Pattern 1897] sword and scabbard, WW1 Said to have belonged to Sir Peter Buck who served with Maori Contingent on Gallipoli; previously held by Lt. Col. W.O. Ennis, C.O. Pioneer Battalion ref. Robson: fig: 132 (Pattern 1895) and fig. 134-35 = Pattern 1897 (pp.122-123) blade length and width: 32 ½ in x 1in. blade type: double edged for last 17 inches; fuller on each side ends 19 inches from point [identical with Infantry Officer Pattern 1892 (see plate 131)] guard: nickel plated sheet steel, sword knot slit near pommel; left (inner) edge turned down hilt: three-quarter basket hilt in plated sheet steel, with a scroll pattern design in pierced strapwork incorporating royal cipher and crown hilt mounts: plated steel grip: wood covered with fish skin and bound with german-silver wire scabbard: (dress) plated steel, two narrow bands with loose rings 2 ½ and 10 ¾ inches from point, large shoe sword weight: 2lb 0oz. scabbard weight: 1lb 2oz. Robson p. 121: “in 1897 the Pattern 1895 was modified so that the inner edge was turned over”) 1895 Pattern – Initially issued with the ordinary plated steel scabbard with 2 loose rings intended to be worn from slings. In 1899 a brown leather scabbard was introduced for universal use with service dress. This had a steel chape and locket and a strap to attach it to the frog button of a Sam Browne belt; wood lined. In 1901 revised pattern without steel mounts and with a plated steel mouthpiece; the plated steel scabbard was worn only with full dress. From 1897 there were two versions – a light version with a smaller hilt and narrower blade; the smaller sword had a steel scabbard in proportion.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description British [Pattern 1897] Infantry Officers sword and scabbard, WW1 Said to have belonged to Sir Peter Buck leather scabbard with plated steel mouthpiece and a strap to attach it to the frog button of a Sam Browne belt; leather sword frog, marked in ink "PHB" markings: George V monogram on hilt; embossed star on leather wrap of scabbard; scabbard and sword frog initialled in ink under leather flap "PHB"
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/title sword and scabbard
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