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Bayonet Tips


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Nom de l'objet : Bayonet Tips
Type de l'objet : Bayonet Tips
Catégorie de l'objet : Tools & Equipment for Science & Technology
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Armament- Accessory
Matériaux : Metal, Silver
Numéro d'accession : R.2008.0068.001a-d
Date de début de production : 1939
Description : Set of three bayonet tips; contained in original brown box, fitted portions for each tip and lined in black velvet; each tip is made from silver, blade shaped with a metal orb at pointed end, rolled lip at base; adorning the tips is a crest and marked "PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND/ HIGHLANDERS" around the center circle marked "NEMO-IMPUNE-LACESSIT" in center a person with a large "x" shape; on reverse of one of the three tips is engraved "PRESENTED/ BY/ LIEUT. COL. C.C. THOMPSON, M.C, V.D/ 1939"; each tips is stamped with a makers mark of "EN (in square) (anchor) (lion passant)
Commentaires : This set of ceremonial bayonet tip covers was presented by Lieutenant Colonel C.C. Thompson in 1939 to the PEI Highlanders. These tips are used to cover the sharp ends of bayonets, used mainly in parade to protect the Regimental colors. Once fitted to the blade tip, they render the bayonet blunt and safe. In 1927, the 82nd had become known as the PEI Highlanders, and in 1931 they became affiliated with the Black Watch RHR of the British Army. In WWII the PEI Highlanders mobilized, serving in Nova Scotia and then in Newfoundland until 1943. In 1946, the PEI Highlanders and the PEI Light Horse amalgamated to form the 17th (PEI) Reconnaissance Regiment. On May 19, 1958, the Regiment received its present designation "The Prince Edward Island Regiment
Longueur : 8.5
Largeur : 3
Translittération de l'inscription : adorning the tips is a crest and marked "PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND/ HIGHLANDERS" around the center circle marked "NEMO-IMPUNE-LACESSIT" in center a person with a large "x" shape; on reverse of one of the three tips is engraved "PRESENTED/ BY/ LIEUT. COL. C.C. THOMPSON, M.C, V.D/ 1939"; each tips is stamped with a makers mark of "EN (in square) (anchor) (lion passant)
Établissement : The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Charlottetown
Province de l'établissement : Prince Edward Island
Site web de l'établissement : http://peiregimentmuseum.ca/ 

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