The Triquetra Collection

We have prepared an ordered list of the items in the Triquetra Collection, indicating the year in which each item was bought into the collection. Highly detailed data sheets are under preparation, and will begin to become available on this page as they are finished. Similarly, the page will be updated with photos when we manage to arrange these.

    • Item T-2013-001
      P-1821 British light cavalry officer’s sabre
    • Item T-2013-002
      P-1885 British cavalry trooper’s sabre
    • Item T-2013-003
      P-1854 French cuirassier’s sabre
    • Item T-2013-004
      M-1855 Bavarian infantry officer’s sabre
    • Item T-2013-005
      M-1860 German artillery officer’s sabre
    • Item T-2014-001
      Charles Roworth. The Art of Defence on Foot, with the Broad Sword and Sabre: uniting the Scotch and Austrian Methods into one Regular System. 1st edition. London: T. Egerton, 1798.
    • Item T-2014-002
      James Grant. Legends of the Black Watch. London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1859.
    • Item T-2014-003
      Henry Angelo. Hungarian and Highland Broadsword, twenty-four plates designed by Thomas Rowlandson. London: Henry Angelo, 1798. (Single poster: outside guard, St George’s guard, inside guard.)
    • Item T-2014-004
      Henry Angelo. Hungarian and Highland Broadsword, twenty-four plates designed by Thomas Rowlandson. London: Henry Angelo, 1798. (Single poster: outside half hanger, hanging guard, inside half hanger.)
    • Item T-2014-005
      Henry Angelo. Hungarian and Highland Broadsword, twenty-four plates designed by Thomas Rowlandson. London: Henry Angelo, 1798. (Single poster: half circle guard, medium guard.)
    • Item T-2014-006
      Henry Angelo. Hungarian and Highland Broadsword, twenty-four plates designed by Thomas Rowlandson. London: Henry Angelo, 1798. (Single poster: the advantage of shifting the leg.)
    • Item T-2014-007
      Henry Angelo. Hungarian and Highland Broadsword, twenty-four plates designed by Thomas Rowlandson. London: Henry Angelo, 1798. (Single poster: the consequence of not shifting the leg.)
    • Item T-2014-008
      Henry Angelo. The Guards and Lessons of the Highland Broadsword. London: Henry Angelo, 1799. (Single poster.)
    • Item T-2015-001
      Donald Walker. Defensive Exercises; comprising Wrestling, as in Cumberland, Westmoreland, Cornwall, and Devonshire; Boxing, both in the usual mode and in a simpler one; Defence Against Brute Force, by various means; Fencing and Broad Sword, with simpler methods; the Gun and its Exercise; the Rifle, and its exercise; &c. &c. &c. London: Thomas Hurst, 1840.
    • Item T-2015-002
      Typical 19th century Indian tulwar
    • Item T-2015-003
      William Thomson. Memoirs of the Life and Gallant Exploits of the Old Highlander, Serjeant Donald Macleod. 2nd edition. London: Peterborough-House Press, 1791.
    • Item T-2015-004
      R.G. Allanson-Winn and C. Phillips-Wolley. Broad-Sword and Single-Stick. 4th edition. London: G. Bell and Sons, 1905.
    • Item T-2016-001
      P-1796 British infantry officer’s spadroon
    • Item T-2016-002
      P-1827 British infantry 60th rifle officer’s sabre (VR)
    • Item T-2016-003
      P-1854 British infantry officer’s sabre (VR)
    • Item T-2016-004
      P-1892 British infantry officer’s sabre (VR)
    • Item T-2016-005
      P-1895 British infantry officer’s sabre (VR)
    • Item T-2016-006
      P-1897 British infantry officer’s sabre (VR)
    • Item T-2016-007
      P-1897 British infantry officer’s sabre (ERVII)
    • Item T-2016-008
      P-1897 British infantry officer’s sabre (GRVI)
    • Item T-2016-009
      P-1871 Italian cavalry sabre
    • Item T-2016-010
      P-1871/1909 Italian cavalry sabre
    • Item T-2016-011
      P-1888 Italian artillery sabre
    • Item T-2016-012
      P-1888 Italian cavalry carabinieri sabre
    • Item T-2016-013
      Unusual 19th century Indian tulwar with straight blade
    • Item T-2016-014
      P-1796 British light cavalry officer’s sabre
    • Item T-2016-015
      Typical 19th century Indian tulwar
    • Item T-2016-016
      P-1856 British pioneer’s sword
    • Item T-2016-017
      Mid-18th century British civilian smallsword
    • Item T-2016-018
      The Illustrated London News. No. 840 – Vol. XXX. Saturday, January 17, 1857. Pages 31-46.
    • Item T-2016-019
      The Illustrated London News. Supplement. Saturday, July 4, 1857. Pages 17-24.
    • Item T-2016-020
      The Illustrated London News. No. 872 – Vol. XXXI. Saturday, August 8, 1857. Pages 129-144.
    • Item T-2016-021
      The Illustrated London News. Supplement. Saturday, August 8, 1857. Pages 145-152.
    • Item T-2016-022
      Thomas Rowlandson. Wit and Wisdom. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-023
      Thomas Rowlandson. Sailing Among the Hebrides. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-024
      Thomas Rowlandson. The Vision. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-025
      Thomas Rowlandson. Setting out from Edinburgh. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-026
      Thomas Rowlandson. Scottifying the Palate. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-027
      Thomas Rowlandson. The Contest at Auckinleck. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-028
      Thomas Rowlandson. The Procession. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-029
      Thomas Rowlandson. The Dance on Dun-Can. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-030
      Thomas Rowlandson. Revising for the Second Edition. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-031
      Thomas Rowlandson. Lodging at a McQueen’s. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-032
      Thomas Rowlandson. The Reconciliation. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-033
      Thomas Rowlandson. The Recovery. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-034
      Thomas Rowlandson. Imitations at Drury-Lane Theatre. London: E. Jackson, 1786.
    • Item T-2016-035
      Ferdinando Masiello. Infantry Sword Exercise 1896. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1896.
    • Item T-2016-036
      Ferdinando Masiello. Infantry Sword Exercise 1895. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1895.
    • Item T-2017-001
      John Gaspard le Marchant. Rules and Regulations for the Sword Exercise of the Cavalry. London: T. Egerton, 1796.

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