An original example British Napoleonic 1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Trooper's Sword. This British Napoleonic military sword was carried by British light cavalry troopers throughout the Napoleonic Wars. It had a long service life and was still being issued to native Indian troopers well into the latter stages of the Nineteenth Century. Although many were produced, it is now becoming a scarce British military sword to locate. Of standard type with stirrup hilt, ribbed wooden grip and shield langets - the grip would originally have been covered with leather.
Spear-point blade and iron scabbard
With wide and large and unusual upturned, spear point blade. Complete with iron scabbard. Original leather covering missing to the grip - losses to wood - some age wear damage to the scabbard. Blade length is 32.5 inches (37 inches overall).
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