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1912 Pattern George 5th / WW1 British-Cavalry Officer's Sword, sold

In quite good condition, a WW1 / George V British cavalry officer's sword and scabbard.

1912 Pattern George 5th British-Cavalry Officer's Swordimage E14 1

Sold Item Notice

The 35 inch blade has patina spots and areas but is sound and strong, the etching still visible. Form in the hilt, the front bowl guard is in good condition, the inner bowl is rusted (stabilized) but not unattractive. The faux fishskin grip and twisted grip wire bindings are in good condition. The leather field service scabbard is in good condition but the suspension section has been stuck down over a repair. But, a very attractive sword for display purposes and a bargain price. Further / full sized pictures available upon request. Please quote item reference number E14 - Box 784-1.18.

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