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British 1827 Pattern Victorian Rifle Volunteer Officer's Sword (sold)

A good to very good condition grey etched 1827 pattern British volunteer rifle officer's sword and scabbard.

British 1827 Pattern Victorian Rifle Volunteer Officer's Sword

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With very good grey etching, the blade in very good condition (a few light rust spots but not many), the steel hilt able to be cleaned if desired; a little bit of work could yield a seemingly near new sword!

The lovely slightly curved 32 1/2 inch blade is firm in the hilt. The hilt patinated but very sound. The fishskin grip in very good order, as are the twisted grip wire bindings. The sword sheathes exceptionally well. The metal scabbard has some light surface rust (stabilized). Overall a great sword with a lot of easy restoration potential if desired. Well worth the price tag. Further / full sized pictures available upon request. Our item reference number 679 (282).

 

 

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