A very good example of a British Napoleonic 1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Officer’s Sword
With typical stirrup hilt and original ribbed leather grip – excellent condition. Blade is engraved with royal cypher, crown and stands of arms and maker marked to Runkel of Solingen, Germany. Runkel was a noted importer of German made sword blades for the British Army. If you can find a scabbard for this sword you will have a very fine example of a famous British military sword pattern.
Condition of Sword
Excellent hilt with all original leather to the grip and blade in fine condition
Specifications of the Sword
Blade length is 29 inches (35 inches overall).
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