British c.1900's 1827 Pattern Rifle Officer's Sword
A complete example of a British Army rifle officer's sword from the reign of King Edward VII (1902-1910). With typical steel hilt and strung bugle rifle regiment motif inset in a cartouche. The grip is bound with fishskin and this is bound with steel twistwire. The blade is lightly etched (difficult to photograph but all there) with a range of motifs, including royal crown, cypher, strung bugle and scrolling foliage. Comes complete with correct leather field service scabbard and frog.
Condition of the Sword
Blade with staining - some knocks to the scabbard chape - slight kink at end of blade.
Specifications of the Sword
Blade length is 32 inches (38 inches overall).
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