A very good example of a British 1821 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Officer’s Sword
This is an early example from the 1820’s and features the royal cypher of King William IV (1820-1837). It has a finely crafted pierced bowl guard with acanthus leafed decoration. All original fishskin and silver twistwire still remains. Blade is of pipe back form. A quality sword. No scabbard.
Condition of the Sword
With very light peppering to the blade.
Specifications of the Sword
Blade length is 36 inches (42 inches overall).
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