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1892 Pattern British Household Cavalry Trooper's Sword, sold

In good though aged condition, an Edward 7th / George 5th / George 6th era British Household cavalry trooper's sword.

1892 Pattern British Household Cavalry Trooper's Sword

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A very impressive and heavy sabre, well used (though only for ceremonial purposes). The crown in the hilt indicating this is an Edward 7th / George 5th / George 6th era sword. With several markings, including "HC 17" (no doubt, sword number 17 for the Household Cavalry. Who knows how many royal events this sword has been a part of; most likely including the coronation of Queen Elizabeth 2nd.

The 34 1/8 inch blade is in very good condition and firm in the hilt. The plated hilt with age and some small rust spots. The grip in very good though worn condition. The plated steel scabbard is good though aged and with some rust spots. The sword sheathes and draws well.

Please quote item reference number K35 (1166). Further / full sized images upon request.

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