British 1853 Pattern Cavalry Trooper’s Sword
1853 Pattern cavalry trooper’s sword – British.
An original and very fine condition British 1853 Pattern Cavalry Trooper’s Sword and scabbard. This example is unmarked except for a “P” proved stamp to the blade spine. This is likely to be an example that was produced by British sword makers for export – particularly the Federal and Confederate States during the early stages of the American Civil War – they were unmarked because the makers did not want to be identified as there was a ban on selling swords to the combatants as Britain did not want to take sides during the conflict. This example has very crisp leather chequered grips and typical steel, three-bar hilt. The blade is plain and clean. Complete with steel scabbard with no dents or dings. Blade length is 33.5 inches (40 inches overall).
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