The draw tube is good and firm, without slack and snaps into sharp focus. There are no dents and the lenses are damage free. The leather covered wooden barrel has various scuff marks, some splits but is intact. The flag panel to the barrel shows,'Flags & Pendants in Merchant Service' as well as,'Corresponding Flags for Men of War'; the panel covering is a later addition. Rivett Francis Guise and John Wingfield-Stratford are both listed in the "The Peerage" which lists the naming of British and European Royalty, Nobility and Peerage, available to browse on the internet free of charge.10/12/1810 was the son of Lieutenant Colonel Hon. He married Jane Elizabeth Guise, daughter of General Sir John Wright Guise, 3rd Baronet.
He held the office of High Sheriff of Kent in 1873, Office of the Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant. 24/04/1853, (The Peerage page 42827), was the son of Francis Edward Guise brother to Jane E.
Guise making him the nephew of John Wingfield-Stratford. His Grandfather was General Sir John Wright Guise, 3rd Baronet Guise of Gloucester, Knight Commander, Order of The Bath, Colonel of 85th Light Infantry (1847), General (1851), Knight Grand Cross G. Francis Edward Guise married Henrietta Carnac, daughter of Sir James Rivett Carnac, 1st Baronet Carnac. Sir James Rivett Carnac, 1st bt, born 1784 in India was the Governor of Bombay presidency 1838 - 1841, served in the East India Company and became Director of that Company for various periods between 1827 - 38.Rivett Francis Guise was mainly with the Bengal police. It comes with an original period mahogany wall presentation stand. Sorry, I do not post to Italy at the moment. Items are not being delivered even when recorded. Post 14.00 tracked / recorded. This item is in the category "Antiques\Science/Medicine\Scientific Instruments". The seller is "marl727" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Australia.