A terrific German c.1700 staghorn and silver-mounted hunting sword, by-knife and scabbard
A very rare example of an early hunting sword that is complete with its original scabbard and by-knife. Most hunting swords from this period are without scabbard and to find one with its original by-knife is virtually unheard of. Comprises a staghorn hilt with solid silver quillon finials – the pommel top and quillon block are also mounted in silver. The plain, unfullered blade is stamped with the running wolf mark used by the sword makers of Solingen, Germany. The brown leather scabbard is also mounted in silver and includes a pocket with a staghorn and silver mounted by-knife.
Condition of the Hunting Sword
In good condition for its great age – some wear to the blade – otherwise in remarkably good shape.
Specifications of the Hunting Sword
Blade length is 16.5 inches (22 inches overall).
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