English 1751 Pattern Infantry Hanger Sword
Good condition American Revolutionary War (Americian War of Independence)
era English infantry soldier's hanger (sword).
An increasingly rare infantry soldier's sword from the time of
the American War of Independence / American Revolutionary War. The
24.5 inch blade is deeply patinated but in good order with the Georgian
crown and acceptance mark (Crown over 3 indicating the sword was
made by Wooley of Birmingham around 1779). Fairly firm, hilt some
movement; overall very good order.