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1788 pattern Officers sword with etched decoration

rare sword in excellent condition; attractive blade with good etched decoration; solid scabbard with a few dents

Code: 50173

1195.00 GBP


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1796 pattern Light Cavalry sword Gilt decoration

A small 1796 pattern - possibly for a flank officer. Very curved blade decorated with gilt. Good condition - some wear to blade decoration
length 81cm; blade 70cm - measured straight

Code: 50172

895.00 GBP


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Midshipman's sword 1805 pattern

Elegant and quite small 1805 pattern sword - no scabbard. screw as tang button. Excellent gilt hilt with engraved blade, ebony grip and wire wrap; some pitting on blade
Length 81cm, blade 69cm

Code: 50171

435.00 GBP


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Naval Midshipmans sword 1805 pattern

Elegant and quite small 1805 pattern sword - no scabbard. Missing small tang button. Excellent gilt hilt with engraved blade, ebony grip and wire wrap; some pitting on blade
Length 79cm, blade 67cm

Code: 50170

425.00 GBP


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An officers spadroon by Gill dated 1794

Elegant spadroon beautifully marked on the blade; Some pitting present; ribbed ebony grip in good condition; fluted backpiece and ferrule; no scabbard
length 94cm; blade 80cm

Code: 50169

595.00 GBP


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Georgian Grenadiers Officers sword c1800

REDUCED PRICE Rare sword with Officers name on back edge of blade - Thomas Beck - good research potential. Gilt largely absent from hilt and scabbard. Blade in excellent condition with frost etching on majority. Hilt slightly bent and some wear on the drag (end of chape)
Length 100cm, blade 85cm

Code: 50080

1695.00 GBP


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19thC German cavalry sword - American market

Made by WRK between 1862 and 1883. Possibly civil war era and appears to be an export item. In very good condition with nice patina, firm hilt and fit into scabbard
Length 95cm, blade 81cm

Code: 50168

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early Victorian Naval Officers sword

an excellent example by Emanuel - probably the retailer. Superb dark engraving to the blade and a Portsmouth crescent gold proof mark; some minor staining and corrosion to blade; hilt and scabbard fittings retain good level of gilt; scabbard leather good but rear seam open
Length 95cm; blade 81cm

Code: 50167

675.00 GBP


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a 19th Century Scottish silver mounted dirk

Blade maker marked BOOG; a nice quality example with unhallmarked silver mounts. Hilt/grip appears to be wooden construction; scabbard is silver mounted leather
Length 35cm, blade 24cm

Code: 50166

495.00 GBP


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c1835 Dutch Naval officers sword

Superb high quality example by Prosser in excellent condition. Pipeback blade. Prosser marked on both blade and scabbard. Gilt nearly all present - beautiful quality grip. Slight realignment of leather scabbard to ensure good fit. A very rare sword

Code: 50165

1795.00 GBP


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