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Presentation Piece

#1
I'm after a presentation piece for the mess and I'd like to get hold of a lance. Clearly it's never going to get used (honest Colonel!) so it'd be fine as a reproduction rather than Victorian/Edwardian antique. Having 'googled' I'm no wiser, does anyone have any idea where I can source one, please?
 
#3
FluffyBunny said:
Have you tried "Lances-R-Us"? :D

Try a militaria fair (they are often on at weekends up & down the country). If you're still struggling, there might be a place in Skipton that could help.

Kind regards

Fluffy
All they could offer me was an obsolete TACNUC and a guest invite to 50 Regt's reunion dinner...
 
#4
Uhlan Lance

At one time, I think you could buy a lance through the RCMP museum. The lances were made in England though, so there has to be a better, closer source in the UK
 
#6
www.michaeldlong.net

These guys are based out of Nottingham, the last time I went into their shop they had antique lances for about £150, postage and packing would be an issue I would of thought.
 
#7
Thanks. The US lot have just e-mailed to say that they will post to the UK as '...a lance does not constitute a weapon...'. So that'll do me.
 
#8
fas_et_gloria said:
Thanks. The US lot have just e-mailed to say that they will post to the UK as '...a lance does not constitute a weapon...'. So that'll do me.
'Like to see the postman deliver / stick that through your letterbox :lol:
 
#9
#10
naguere said:
For your lance (he is a man who can)

And all things militaria , go to Ex Scaley:

http://www.qcmilitaria.com/
Ah yes. I've bought from him. Great guy, honest, good service.

not sure he'll have lances, but you never know.
 

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