Delhi Durbar 1903,
Lot 54
Delhi Durbar 1903,
Sold for £3,760 (US$ 6,319) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Delhi Durbar 1903,
Items relating to the Durbar connected with Lieutenant Colonel A.G.Maxwell who was the Herald at the Ceremony:

A Royal Proclamation. Printed in blue ink upon cream silk, with brass weights, at the top and bottom to enable it to be rolled up, with decorative edging on the sides and with tassles at each corner and top centre.

The Herald's Mace as carried at the Durbar; black wood staff with crown in bronze-gilt with central orb, with silver plate mounting, with applied Royal Coat of Arms, with further silver plated fittings around the staff and on the base. (630mm high.).
Photograph of LT Colonel A.G.Maxwell in ceremonial uniform holding both the Proclamation and Mace and wearing the Heralds uniform, photograph in Indian silver frame. All pieces in good condition. (3)
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