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1786 Pattern British Infantry Officer's Spadroon Sword, Sold

Good condition English 1786 Pattern Spadroon, British Infantry Officer's Sword. For a 5 ball spadroon, please see the navy swords section.

1786 Pattern British Infantry Officer's Spadroon SwordSpadroon hilt

Sales enquiries

The hilt of this 1786 Pattern British army officer's spadroon sword is in exceptionally good condition, the blade in good condition; I considered whether the hilt therefore might be a replacement, but I do not think so and even it if were, it has been done to exacting standards. The checkered ivory grip is undamaged (small hairline ivory cracks do exist along a couple of corners, as to be expected) and very clean, the gilt work sparkles almost like new. The 32.5 inch JJ Runkel Solingen marked (to the spine) blade still bears a lot of etching, although the blue and gilt has gone, and is still firm in the hilt. The blade tip and initial / front cutting edge is still sharp. There is no apparent looseness anywhere.

Spadroon etching

Spadroons are few and far between, and this is a quality version to be sure. As such the minimum price I would accept for it is £xxx (too late, now sold). Further pictures available upon request. My item reference number 142 (37)

 

 

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