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1796P pattern Blue & Gilt Light Cavalry Officer's Sabre, Sold

In good condition and with useful amounts of blue and gilt etching remaining, a pre-1801 Royal Coat of Arms British light cavalry officer's sabre.

1796P Pre-1801 Royal Coat of Arms British 1796P Blue & Gilt Light Cavalry Sabreimage K60 1

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With the three fleurs-de-lis to the top right quadrant of the British Royal Coat of Arms on the blade, this sword was made before 1802.

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The 32 inch blade is in good though aged condition, perhaps 30% blue and gilt etch remaining. Blade firm in the hilt. The hilt / guard in good condition. The original leather grip with some small patch losses, not much / many, and the associated twisted silver metal wire grip bindings are still good. There is no scabbard, but it may be worth buying a replica as the scabbards of these often fit the original swords (no guarantee given however).

Come on, a blue and gilt etched 1796 pattern British light cavalry officer's sword with rare pre-1802 Royal Coat of Arms for only £? (too late, now sold). We must be crazy! Please quote item reference number K60 (1189). Further / full sized pictures available upon request.

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