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WW2 / George 6th Royal Corps of Signals Officer's Sword (sold)

In very good condition, a rare Royal Corps of Signals Officer's sword, scabbard and all weather bag (as found).

George 6th Royal Corps of Signals Officer's SwordWW2 Royal Corps of Signals Officer's

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In overall very good condition; a few patina marks to the blade, but good overall. This 1897 Pattern British infantry officer's sword is marked / etched with the badge of the Royal Corps of Signals to the blade.

Royal Corps of Signals

Retailed by J G Plumb of 117 Victoria Street, Westminster, London who was the tailor by appointment to the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich; their name is marked to the blade's ricasso / forte.

J G Plumb 117 Victoria Street

The blade is firm in the grip, the fishskin and wire bindings are all good too. The sword sheathes well into the leather field scabbard which is in very good condition. The black all weather cover with "roeskin" interior is tatty but nice to have. Further / full sized photos available upon request.

J G Plumb


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