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WW1 British Infantry Officer's Sword, sold

An unusually etched WW1 British infantry officer's sword by C Boyton & Son of Clerkenwell in London, in very good condition.

WW1 British Infantry Officer's Sword - C Boyton & Son, Clerkenwell, London

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A lovely slightly differently etched version of the 1897P British infantry officer's sword; the royal cypher and coat of arms are standard, but the periphery etching is quite different to most WW1 era swords.

Everything in pretty much very good condition. The 32 1/4 inch blade is firm in the hilt. The hilt in good shape. The odd strand of grip wire a little wayward, nothing much. The leather field service scabbard in good order; the sword does sheath and draw a little loosely but not so much. It is nice to get a sword that is a little bit different in etching terms to the rest of WW1 ere swords.

A well above average example and yours for only £XXX. Further / full sized images available upon request. Please quote item reference number J91.

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