In good overall condition, a George V / WW1 era 1912 pattern British Cavalry Officer’s Sword.
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No maker’s details to the blade, most likely Sheffield made (due to blade etching style), this is a quality sword easily noted by the supremely high quality large nodule ray skin grip covering.
The 34 1/2 inch blade is good but with a patina pretty much throughout. Blade firm in the hilt. The hilt / bowl guard with age, a light rust inside the bowl and some lesser denting to the edge. The fishskin grip in very good condition. The twisted grip wire bindings are good. The leather field service scabbard has age, scrapes, etc but is sound / good. The sword sheathes and draws well.
Good honest example at a very reasonable price, was £? (too late, now sold). Please quote item reference number W89. Further / full sized pictures available upon request. Box 1222-123x20x20 (2.230).