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Late Victorian Antler Whistle

Late Victorian Antler Whistle

SKU: RJ00526
£20.00Price

Whistles were in popular use during the 19th and 20th century for all manner of things. A policeman, fireman, station master etc would all use one in a professional capacity. They would also be used by a lady on her own as a security measure, she could blow the whistle in any situation of distress to summon help.

 

This whistle is made from the tip of an antler and would have been popular for shooting parties. It could also have been a gift to a young boy. It has a small ring attatched to the end enabling it to be worn on a watch chain or piece of cord around the neck.

 

Dimensions: 8cm long

 

In good condition with no slits to the antler. the pea is in tact and whistle works

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SKU:

RJ00526

Period:

1860

Whistles were in popular use during the 19th and 20th century for all manner of things. A policeman, fireman, station master etc would all use one in a professional capacity. They would also be used by a lady on her own as a security measure, she could blow the whistle in any situation of distress to summon help.

 

This whistle is made from the tip of an antler and would have been popular for shooting parties. It could also have been a gift to a young boy. It has a small ring attatched to the end enabling it to be worn on a watch chain or piece of cord around the neck.

 

Dimensions: 8cm long

 

In good condition with no slits to the antler. the pea is in tact and whistle works

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