~ A Scottish Regimental Drum Major's Mace by Premier ~
The mace has a chrome finish, as well as a cord and tassel attached to the pole. The mace has a crown on top.
~ Dimensions ~
The mace has a length of 57 inches (145cm).
~ Condition ~
The mace is in good condition, with only some minor wear. The tag is slightly scratched, and the mace has some slight surface wear. The pole and tassels appear to be in good condition.
~ Postage ~
UK postage is £18 or it can be collected from our shop in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
A drum major is the individual who leads a marching, military or regimental band, and a drum major mace is a long object that is the symbol of the drum major's authority over the band's members. Sometimes called a baton, it is a key piece of equipment for a drum major to lead such a band in parades. A drum major mace acts as the drum major's badge of office to a parade's audience, helps the drum major keep time for the musicians marching behind him or her and serves as an instrument for the drum major's virtuoso display before the band begins to play.