Antique Swords .Com Display Cases




Georgian (William IV) British Senior Infantry Officer's Sword, Sold

In good overall condition, a scarce 1822P Georgian (William IV - 1830 to 1837) British Senior Infantry Officer's Pipe-Back Sword.

1822P Georgian (William IV) British Senior Infantry Officer's Pipe-Back Swordimage R31 1

Sales enquiries

The brass scabbard indicates this sword was for a senior / staff officer (Adjutant) of the British infantry.

image R31 2

image R31 3

The 32 1/4 inch blade has good tablet etching still visible; it also has quite a few nicks to the cutting edge (maybe period, as there is age to some visible). Blade firm in hilt. The hilt good, a little distortion (not much) with the folding guard section working. Fishskin and twisted grip wire bindings good for age. The brass scabbard mostly good but has lost a throat screw, so the throat is loose. The scabbard has also lost its internal wood slats, so the sword does sheath and draw loosely.

Above average and just £? (too late, now sold). Please quote item reference number R31 (0502). Further / large images available upon request.

image R31 4

image R31 5


  Copyright © Antique Swords .Com (formerly SwordSales EU / Antique-Swords EU) - All rights reserved