Hawkes & Co Victorian marcasite mounted dress sword with scabbard, in the 18th century style, inscribed 'Hawkes & Co London Manufactrs to the Queen'. condition good, some age related wear & tarnishing. Length 100 cm
A Ceremonial Sword, Toba Batak, North Sumatra, Indonesia, (circa 1900), carved wood, steel, bronze and pigment, 60 cm long. Provenance: Dr Djamaluddin, Medan. Acquired from above by Dr Peter Elliott, in the early 1970s
A British 'Mameluke' pattern sword etched both sides of blade with florals, British coat of arms and swirls. Makers etch. Wilkinson sword cutters to Queen Elizabeth, ivorine handle. This ceremonial for Brigadier Rang and above blade and scabbard in excelle
English officers dress sword circa late 19th century. No makers mark. Black wire bound shark skin grip and acid etched blade in lovely condition. Queen Victoria monogram on the guard. with scabbard, 106 cm long. Good condition
Australian Royal Artillery Military Officers Dress Sword c1900, Black wire bound ray skin grip. The Blade is etched and in lovely condition. The scabbard is nickel plated with cloth cover. The plating is sharp and clear with age wear to hilt. 106 cm long.
A Victorian officer's dress sword, brass hilt with 'Vr' emblem, shagreen handle and metal scabbard. Maker Pearse & Co. London. Acid engraved blade with inscription 'Surgeon Griffiths, 13.6.94' Corrosion to scabbard. Length 102 cm
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