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1ST ITEM: Regimental miniature drum. Painted metal drum, "1st Battalion/the Suffolk Regiment" with town names and dates up to 1918, approximately 4"H. 2ND ITEM: 2 Royal English Heraldic items. Cast brass English Royal coat of arms crest, "Dieu et Mon Droit", 5 1/2", and a copper engraver's block with same crest, impressed Miller and Richard, 330. English, circa 1900. Provenance: estate of A. Welling LaGrone Jr., Nashville, Tenn. 3RD ITEM: Princess Mary brass chocolate box dating from Christmas 1914 ( article inside noting these were given as gifts to all British troops during World War I). 5" x 3 1/4" x 1 1/8". Provenance: estate of A. Welling LaGrone Jr., Nashville, Tenn. 4TH and 5TH ITEMS: Pair of horse bits, applied crown motifs, 11"L. ITEMS 6 – 10: Set of 4 Porcelain miniature military figures. Each soldier depicted on horseback and each marked with impressed side number 12097 and a blue underglaze mark. One with impressed label in side "Napoleon." Each 2 1/2"H. Probably German, late 19th century. Condition: 1ST ITEM: Good. 2ND ITEM: Good. 3RD ITEM: Some wear and small dents. 4TH and 5TH ITEMS: Excellent condition with some oxidation. ITEMS 6 – 10: One with head broken off, the others in good condition.