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CELTIC HILT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD A very rare Celtic hilt cavalry officer's sword from the Georgian period. Pipe-backed blade of 34 1/2 inches, with prominent false back edge of 11 3/4 inches. Celtic hilt with wire bound fishskin grip, and scabbard with key hole throat for pipe-backed blade. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
10TH. HUSSARS OFFICER'S SWORD-SOLD A rare 10th Hussars sword with 34 1/4 inches blade, with excellent clear engraving of Prince Of Wales's Own 10th Hussars, Prince Of Wales feathers, Crowned VR, battle honours - Peninsula, Waterloo, and Sevastopol on both sides, foliage and retailer - H.Poole& Co., Saville Row, London. Iron hilt pitted overall and wire bound fishskin grip with some small losses. Iron scabbard pitted overall. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
1796 CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD - EXCEPTIONAL BLADE -SOLD This sword has one of the finest blades I have come across from the Georgian period. The blade is 33 inches long, and is finely engraved for half of its length on both sides, with foliage and stands of arms, and retains a lot of its original polish. The hilt has a fluted back strap and is lightly pitted, and has a copper wire bound fishskin grip. The top of the scabbard has a floral design with an oval for the maker's name, but unfortunately this is no legible.
1796 LIGHT CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD - RUNKEL-SOLD Good condition sword by J.J. Runnel, Solingen, with good clean 32 1/2 inch blade with Crowned ordnance mark (indistinct), iron hilt with leather bound grip. Iron scabbard in good condition , but with several sword cuts to back edge, although blade fits in easily. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
1796 LIGHT CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD-WOOLLEY & DEAKIN A trooper's sword with a good condition blade of 32 1/2 inches, marked with maker - Woolley & Deakin, and two B's for balance points on back edge. Iron hilt pitted overall and leather bound grip complete. Iron scabbard with makers details (faint), and pitted overall. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
17th LANCERS OFFICER'S SWORD-SOLD An officer's sword from one of the regiments which took part in the famous Charge Of The Light Brigade. The blade of 35 inches is dark frost engraved with Death Or Glory, Skull and Cross Bones, Battle Honours for the Crimea War - Alma, Balaclava, Sevastopol, and Inkerman, Crowned VR, XVII Lancers, foliage, and retailer details - J.Irvine, Master Tailor, 17th Lancers. Iron hilt with wire bound fishskin grip complete, and in later field service scabbard. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
1912 CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD A Great War period sword with 35 inch blade engraved with Crowned GR V and foliage on both sides, and retailer - R.B. Todd & Co, Gunmakers, Birmingham & Calcutta. Iron hilt lightly pitted, wire bound fish kin grip and in leather field service scabbard. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
2nd LIFE GUARDS OFFICER'S SWORD - 1832 PATTERN A very rare Household Cavalry officer's sword with un-fullered blade of 34 1/4 inches, engraved with LG 2, Crowned Flaming Grenade, and Foliage on both sides, and Andrews, 9, Pall Mall, London. Also on back edge - Proved. This sword is similar to the one in Robson - Swords Of The British Army, page 136, plate 124. The pommel and ferrule are brass, and the hilt is steel, and engraved with Flaming Grenades, and Lightning Bolts. Fishskin grip is complete, but wire binding is missing. No scabbard.
60TH KINGS OWN ROYAL RIFLES CORPS OFFICER'S SWORD A rare Victorian officer's sword of the oldest Rifles Regiment, which was raised in the 1700's to serve in North America. The 32 1/2 inch blade is engraved with Crowned LX (60th.), Crowned - The Kings Own Royal Rifle Corps, Strung Bugle on both sides, owner's initials - J.B.P., foliage and retailer - Alfred Pillin, Manufacturer, 31 Gerrard St., London. Iron hilt with Crowned Strung Bugle, wire bound fishskin grip, and iron scabbard lightly pitted. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk.
6th (INNISKILLING) DRAGOONS CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD An 1885 cavalry trooper's sword with excellent blade of 34 1/4 inches, and with various ordnance marks. Iron hilt marked 6 D for 6th Dragoons (this regiment took part in the famous charge at Waterloo, and at Balaclava as part of the Heavy Brigade, as well as many other campaigns). Also marked Y,WST 255 on hilt and scabbard for West Somerset Yeomanry, and maker - Mole. Iron scabbard with ordnance marks and in good condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
BLUE & GILT 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD A superb blue and gilt sword with a much more elaborate hilt than usual. It has ornate faceting on the back strap, guard, ferrule, langets, and also has a facetted ball on the quillon. It still has very good blue colour, and much gilding remaining. The blade is 32 1/2 inches long, and engraved with Crowned GR, Cavalryman, Crowned Royal Arms, Stand of Arms and foliage. Under one lancet is the maker - Woolley, and under the other - Warranted. The rest of the blade is in very good clean condition, and the scabbard is evenly pitted. An excellent sword overall. More pictures can be seen on gunstar.co.uk.
ER II ROYAL NAVY OFFICER'S SWORD-WILKINSON Very good condition current issue Wilkinson sword. Blade dark frost engraved with Crowned ER II, Crowned Anchor, Wilkinson logo, entwined rope and oak leaves, and back edge numbered 118424 (after 1974). Blade has small amounts of pitting, mostly along edges. Gilded hilt in excellent condition, and wire bound fishskin grip good and clean. Leather scabbard with gilded mounts, also in very good condition, and with nice clean sword knot. More pictures on my ad on gunster.co.uk.
ER II ROYAL NAVY OFFICER'S SWORD-WILKINSON Excellent condition ER II sword with dark frost engraved blade, with Crowned Anchor, Crowned ER II, Wilkinson logo and entwined oak and rope work.Gilded hilt retains all of its gilding, and wire bound fishskin grip nice and clean. Leather scabbard with gilded mounts also in excellent condition. This sword has been refurbished and the number is absent from the back edge, and the pommel button has been removed, but the hilt is in good solid condition.
ER II SCOTTISH BASKET HILT SWORD-WILKINSON A suburb, near mint condition sword with 32 1/2 inch blade engraved with thistles, Wilkinson logo and Royal Arms for Queen Elizabeth II. Back edge numbered 106895 for after 1974. Plated hilt in excellent condition and with wire bound fishskin grip complete. Leather hilt liner with ribbons and tassel in good clean condition. Plated scabbard also in excellent condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
ER II WILKINSON COURT SWORD A rare ER II court sword with 32 inch dark frost engraved blade. Engraved with Wilkinson logo, Crowned ER II and foliage on both sides, and London Made. Gilded hilt with sword knot, and gilded leather scabbard in firm condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
FRENCH NAPOLEONIC INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD Excellent condition blue and gilt sword with 28 inch blade, two fullers,and marked N and K near hilt. Ebony grip in good condition and hilt with most of its gilding. Leather scabbard firm, and fitting with most of their gilding. Blade fits in easily. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
GEORGIAN 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD-OSBORN & GUNBY Good clean blade of 33 inches marked with maker - Osborn & Gunby, and Crowned Broad Arrow. Iron hilt pitted overall and leather bound grip complete. Iron scabbard also pitted and numbered 5017. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
GEORGIAN CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD-BRASS HILT Very curved blade of 32 1/2 inches, marked on back edge with letter B. Brass hilt solid, and with some gilt remaining, and wire bound leather grip complete. Brass mounted leather scabbard in good condition, and leather nice and firm. More picture on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
GILL'S WARRANTED 1798 VARIANT OFFICER'S SWORD-SOLD A superb 1796 pattern light cavalry officer's sword with variant hilt. Blade of 32 3/4 inches finely engraved with maker - Tho's Gill's Warranted Never To Fail, 1798, Royal Arms, Crowned GR, Britannia, Winged Victory, Mounted Cavalryman, Cherubs, Stand Of Arms, Swags and Foliage. Unusual beaked pommel, and wire bound leather grip complete. Iron scabbard pitted overall. More pictures on my ad on Gunstar.
GR IV INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD-PIPE BACKED A good pipe backed officer's sword with 31 inch blade engraved with Crowned GR IV on both sides, foliage and maker - A.V.Cander ?, 51 Oxford St., Maker to HRH The Duke Of Sussex. Gilded brass hilt with Crowned GR IV and about one third of the gilding remaining. Wire bound fish kin grip complete. Brass mounted leather scabbard in good solid condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
MASONIC SWORD - WILKINSON A good Masonic sword with 28 inch dark frost engraved glade with Masonic devices, Wilkinson Sword Ltd,. Made In England. Black leather and metal scabbard with some leather absent. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
NORTHUMBERLAND YEOMANRY - 1821 CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD Victorian officer's light cavalry sword with 34 1/2 inch blade, engraved with Northumberland Yeomanry, Crowned VR, foliage and retailer - Parfit, Roberts & Parfit, Jermyn St. London. Iron hilt with wire bound fishskin grip, and iron scabbard lightly pitted. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
PIPE-BACKED 1821 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD An early 1821 pipe-backed cavalry sword with 32 1/2 inch blade, iron three bar hilt with wire bound fishskin grip, and iron scabbard.
PRUSSIAN 1890 SMALLSWORD Blade of 30 1/2 inches engraved with foliage and Stands Of Arms on both sides, and with maker's logo for Alex Coppel, Solingen.Brass hilt with fold down guard and wire bound grip. Brass mounted leather scabbard with repair, but firm. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
RAF OFFICER'S SWORD - WW II - WILKINSON - 1939 WW II period sword, plated blade engraved with Crowned Eagle, Scrolling Panels and foliage, Royal Arms, Wilkinson logo, Made In England, and numbered 67698 for 1939. Hilt with most of its gilding (has remains of lacquer coating) and with Crowned GR VI, and wire bound grip complete. Most of the gilding on the scabbard fittings present, and leather firm. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
RAF OFFICER'S SWORD -ER II - WILKINSON Current issue officer's sword, blade engraved with Wilkinson logo and numbered 104132 (after 1974), Royal arms, Crowned Eagle, Scrolls and Foliage. Blade tip has some pitting to one side, see pictures. Gilded hilt with Crowned ER II and Crowned Eagle, and wire bound fishskin grip. Leather scabbard with gilded fittings in good firm condition, and with RAF sword knot. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
RARE - 1882 CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD Blade of 32 3/4 inches marked with various ordnance marks and maker - Mole. Iron hilt marked 10.1887, and Y SFF 32. Leather grip in very good condition. No scabbard. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
ROYAL ENGINEERS VR OFFICER'S SWORD Victorian 1897 pattern sword with 32 1/2 inch blade, engraved with Royal Engineers, Winged Lightning, Crowned Royal Arms, retailer - JA & NZ, Regents St., London, and London Made. Blade has some pitting towards the tip. Plated hilt with Crowned VR, and wire bound fishskin grip complete. Sword knot and field service scabbard in good cognition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
ROYAL SCOTS OFFICER'S CLAYMORE BASKET HILT SWORD A good Victorian Scottish officer's sword, blade of 32 1/ inches engraved with Crowned Royal Scots Volunteers, Crowned VR and entwined thistles and foliage. Basket hilt with leather and red felt liner, wire bound firkin grip complete. Iron scabbard with ball ferrule. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SAMURAI KEYRING-HAND MADE FROM NATURAL COWHIDE Hand made from vegetable tanned hide, and individually embossed with a Samurai Warrior of my own design. Each keyring is fitted with a quality nickel plated steel ring.
SCOTS GREYS 1885 CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD A Scots Greys trooper's sword marked 2D for 2nd. Dragoons, and with later regimental markings. Sword and scabbard both marked with Y DLO 293 for Duke of Lancasters Own Yeomanry. Also lots of other ordnance marks. A good condition sword with 34 1.2 inch blade. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SCOTS GREYS CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD Excellent condition Victorian officer's sword from an iconic regiment. Blade of 34 1/2 inches engraved with Scots Greys, Order Of The Thistle, Crowned VR, foliage and retailer - J.B.Johnstone, & Co, Sackville St., London & Dawson St., Dublin. Ornate bowl hilt with wire bound fishskin grip complete. Iron scabbard also in excellent condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPECIAL AIR SERVICE KEYRING Hand made from natural vegetable tanned cow hide, and hand embossed with the badge of the SAS, each keyring is fitted with a high quality ring made of nickel plated tempered steel. Because they are hand made, each one is slightly different. Colours can vary, and the leather can sometimes have slight natural blemishes. Full length approximately 92mm. Price is for one keyring.
SPRING SALE - 1796 HEAVY CAVALRY OFFICER'S DRESS SWORD Partial blue & gilt blade of 32 1/2 inches, engraved with Crowned GR, Royal Arms, Stands of Arms foliage and maker - J.J.Runkel, Solingen. Gilded brass hilt with about 50/5 of its gilding, and wire bound grip. Tang button is a replacement. Iron scabbard with maker - Johnston's & Co, Sword Cutler, 12, Strand. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE - 1796 HEAVY CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD Good condition, blade of 34 inches, ground to spear point as ordered by Wellington before Waterloo. It has light staining and pitting, and marked with a Crowned Broad Arrow, and on back edge a small cross and two B's for balance points. Hilt has been reduced as was common for these swords, but langets still present, and with number 43. Leather grip complete. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE - 1853 CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD-MOLE-SOLD A good trooper's sword with 35 1/2 inch blade, some pitting a unmarked with maker - Mole. Iron hilt marked 263, and leather slab grip solid. Iron scabbard also marked 263 and Mole, and letter W. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE - 1895 WEST YORKS REGT. PRESENTATION SWORD RESERVED -Good condition blade of 32 1/4 inches engraved with Wilkinson logo and numbered 32886, also Crowned VR, Crowned Royal Arms, W.Yorks Regt., and AAW Spencer from Major Neary 1894. Steel hilt with Crowned VR and marked Steel Hilt. Wire bound fishskin grip, and leather field service scabbard. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE - ER II MEDICAL OFFICER'S SWORD - WILKINSON Excellent condition sword marked with Wilkinson logo and numbered 87557 (1964). Blade frost engraved with Crowned Medical Officer's Badge, Crowned Royal arms and ER II and foliage. Plated hilt in excellent condition and with Crowned ER II. Field service scabbard in excellent condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE - RARE - 1882 CAVALRY TROOPER'S SWORD Rare 1882 sword with 33 inch blade and correct 1882 pattern scabbard. Blade marked with various markings and maker - Robt. Mole & Sons, Maker, Birmingham, and Mole Birmingham. Hilt pitted overall and marked with indistinct ordnance marks. Leather grip solid, but has lifted a bit from tang. Iron scabbard with two fixed rings anon back edge, and dated '84. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE - ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS SWORD A rare George V Royal Army Service Corps sword with 34 inch blade engraved with Crowned ASC, Crowned GR V, foliage and proof mark. Back edge marked - London Made. Three bar hilt and wire bound fishskin grip complete. Iron scabbard with dents, and is lined with unusual leather liner, but sword fits in OK. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
SPRING SALE-1821 PIPE BACKED LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD Good condition early cavalry officer's sword with 33 1/2 in ch pipe backed blade. Iron hilt and wire bound fishskin grip complete. Iron scabbard evenly pitted and with some dents, but blade fits in easily.
SPRING SALE-GEORGIAN CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD-1788 BLADE BY EGG Good condition and rare 1788 pattern blade of 32 1/2 inches engraved with Dragon on both sides, Turks Head, Moon Face and other devices, and with maker - Egg on back edge. Iron hilt with fishskin grip complete, iron scabbard pitted overall. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
UNUSUAL 1821 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD Victorian officer's sword, blade of 33 inches engraved with Crowned Eagle, Crowned Royal Arms, Stands of Arms and foliage on both sides, back edge with leaves for half the length of the blade. Maker - F.W. Holler, Solingen. Iron hilt with wire bound fishskin grip, and iron scabbard in good condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
UNUSUAL VICTORIAN RIFLES OFFICER'S SWORD-RESERVED Blade of 331/2 inches engraved with owners name - Ensign Bottomley, 6th, WYRV, Family Crest, Victorian Crown, Strung Bugle, Crossed Lances and foliage Iron hilt with wire bound fishskin grip, and iron scabbard with creases on both sides below lower ring, but blade fits in easily. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
VARIANT 1796 CAVALRY SWORD-OSBORN & GUNBY A rare sword with 33 1/2 inch blade, slipped point of 6 1/4 inches, double fullers with rounded back edge, marked - Osborn & Gunby. Iron hilt with leather grip complete. Iron scabbard, overall in excellent condition.
VICTORIAN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD A good Victorian officer's sword with 32 1/2 inch blade engraved with Crowned VR and foliage on both sides. Retailer - Bennett, 11, Castle street, Leicester Sq., London. Brass hilt with Crowned VR, and wire bound fishskin grip. Iron scabbard with some light pitting.
WILKINSON-ROYAL NAVY OFFICER'S SWORD-ER II Officer's sword with superb blade dark frost engraved with Crowned ER II, Crowned Anchor, Wilkinson logo, Royal Arms, and entwined rope and oak leaves. Numbered on back edge 109980 (after 1974). Gilded brass hilt rubbed and stained, wire bound fishskin grip nice and clean, and brass mounted leather scabbard in firm condition. More pictures on my ad on gunstar.co.uk
WILLIAM IV 1821 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD-SOLD An excellent early officer's sword with 35 inch pipe backed blade engraved on both sides with Crowned WR IV for William IV. Also, maker - W. Moore, late Bicknell & Moore, Old Bond St., London. Hilt evenly pitted and with wire bound fishskin grip ( some wire missing). Scabbard with dents but blade fits in easily. Some pitting to blade at the tip, but overall very good.