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WW2 / George 6th British Royal Service Corps Officer's Sword, Sold

In good to very condition, a scarce WW2 / George VI British Royal Service Corps officer's sword, scabbard and sword knot.

WW2 / George 6th British Royal Service Corps Officer's Sword

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A well above average example of a seldom seen sword, nicely etched with King George 6th's cypher one side, the Royal Army Service Corps badge the other.

The 34 inch blade is well etched with only a few patina spots to the etching areas, a little more towards the point where it is not so important. No maker's mark, as is fairly standard for WW2 era swords. The blade is firm in the hilt, the hilt with some signs of aging (tiny spots), the grip in generally very good order. The sword knot with some age / weakness. The leather fields scabbard generally very good for its age. A good example. Further / full sized images available upon request. Please quote item reference D57 (819)

 

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