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1827 Pattern Naval Officer’s Sword, Scabbard and All Weather Bag (Sold)

An 1827 pattern British naval officer's sword, scabbard and all weather bag (circa 1905); original owner named.

1827 Pattern Naval Officer’s Sword, Scabbard1827 Pattern Naval Officer’s Sword

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Very good condition example of a JR Gaunt made 1827 pattern British Royal Navy Officer's sword; the maker's badge citing "late Edward Thurkle" plus "London and Birmingham" likely dates this sword to 1900-1905. The Tudor crown to the hilt means this is post-Victorian, namely Edward 7th. Complete with scabbard, sword knot and all weather bag (stiching loose) with original owner W Rich's name upon it. The 79 cm blade is firm in the hilt and the folding guard working / intact. Further pictures available upon request.

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