Butt Markers

Butt markers were used to help choose the first shooting position to start from in a game shoot, with shooters taking turns to choose a peg inserted into the sheath to reveal their number position on the first drive. They are often shaped like Vesta cases or cartridges, and contain up to ten pegs made from either bone or ivory. Many shooters today are taking an interest in these Edwardian artefacts, and it is these antique silver butt markers which Steppes Hill Farm Antiques specialise in selling.

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John Millward Banks, Birmingham 1899
£1,500.00
John Millward Banks, Birmingham
£1,850.00
Asprey & Co, Chester 1926
£1,250.00
James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1913
£1,550.00
J C Vickery, London 1928
Reserved
A Barratt & Sons, London 1907
£1,350.00
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