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Swords Used by the Officers Priced at Under $750
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
Goldney Marked 1896 Pattern English Infantry Officer Sword 1795-1827
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This is a fine looking 200-year-old English infantry officer sword. This is the pattern that is referred to as the 1796 pattern English infantry officer sword. The sword has the full-length 30 inch blade. Each side of the blade has the single Fuller running the length of the blade. The blade has a light gray color with the smooth finish with a couple of spots of light pitting. The brass of the handguard has a deep rich patina all over. The brass has aged to a pretty dark honey color. The original handle of the sword is intact after all of these years. It is the style with the tightly wrapped silver wire. The pommel cap is the large urn design. On the back side of the hand guard it has the foldable clam shell intact. The sword is accompanied by the original leather and brass scabbard. The leather display well with a couple of spots that have been reinforced. The rings are still intact as well as the stud on the top. On the back side of the top throat piece it has the engraving that reads "Goldney’s, late Neild, St. James’s Strt Sword Cutler to His Royal Majesty the Prince of Wales". According to the maker Mark book T.&S. Goldney was located in London and they were only in business from 1795 until 1827. Those dates put this sword perfectly in the timeframe for the War of 1812 with America. A fine looking and tough to find sword that is 200 years old.

Item #: B781
Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
Your Price:$995.00 USD
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