Scarce and early British George IV (1820-1830) 1822 Pattern NCO’s Sword
One of the earliest that I have come across and actually does not strictly conform to the pattern as it is lacking a folding guard – this highlights the loose adherence to this pattern in the early days. Hilt of brass, Gothic style – all original fishskin and brass twistwire to the grip. Plain blade maker/retailer marked to Hebbert and Hume of London.
Condition of the Sword
Blade with a dark age patina. Complete with original leather and brass mounted scabbard.
Specifications of the Sword
Blade length is 32.5 inches (37 inches overall).
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