WW1 British 1897 Pattern Infantry Officer’s Sword – Named Officer – Yorks & Lancs Regiment
British WW1 Infantry Officer’s Sword – named.
A good example of a WW1 British Army officer’s infantry sword named to Lieutenant Ernest Gibson Hawkswell of the 4th Battalion of the Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment. Named to the officer on the blade. With crisp etching to the blade including royal crown and cypher. All fishskin and twistwire still remaining to the grip. Complete with brown leather field service scabbard – old repair to the chape. Blade length is 32.5 icnhes (39 inches overall).
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