An early English C.1780 Infantry Officer’s Sword
This sword is an early example and pre-dates the introduction of regulation pattern swords (1786) in the British Army. It is also of a type carried during the latter stages of the Amerian Revolutionary War. The sword comprises a ribbed ebony grip and brass cushioned pommel. The blade is typically plain and curved.
Condition of the Sword
In good condition overall – old gouge to grip on one side.
Specifications of the Sword
Blade length is 27.5 inches (33 inches overall).
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