- Country of Origin: United Kingdom
- Price Range: Under £1000
- Date: circa 1890.
- Size: 11.5 in x 13.75 in
The front of a Victorian Royal Regiment of Artillery Officer’s Dress Sabretache; the body of black leather with a black cloth front surrounded by gold lace. The centre of the sabretache consist of the Royal Arms in gold wire bullion above a wreath and a riband with Ubique (Everywhere), the single battle honour for the Royal Artillery. Below the wreath is a fire-gilt field gun. At the bottom of the sabretache is a red velvet riband with the regiment’s motto in gold wire bullion, Quo Fas Et Gloria Ducunt (Where Right And Glory Lead) mounted within a shaped mahogany case.