A good and rare example of a British 19th Century 1827 Pattern 60th Rifles Officer’s Sword (King’s Royal Rifle Corps). This is a very famous and elite British Army rifle regiment that took part in many historic battles and campaigns, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars and throughout the next century. The hilt is of standard 1827 Pattern type with steel hilt and strung bugle in cartouche. The grip is bound in fishskin and silver twistwire. Complete with its original steel scabbard.
Sword blade etched to the 60th Rifles
These swords etched to the 60th Rifles are rarely encountered in the market. For more information on the history of this regiment please go to here. In good overall condition with crisp etching to the blade. Blade length is 33 inches (38.5 inches overall).
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