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Antique Dorset Artillery officers sword, with etched 83 cm curved blade, Newton and Co London, shagreen handle, 98 cm long. Ex Norris Castle Collection

Antique Dorset Artillery officers sword, with etched 83 cm curved blade, Newton and Co London, shagreen handle, 98 cm long. Ex Norwich Castle Collection

1853 pattern sword with 'Va391' marked on the Hilt the 1853 is the very first Australian sword to be marked. This one belonging to the Victorian artillery and considered extremely rare. Length 88.8 cm

Scottish artillery Volunteers sword with etched design & monogrammed 'DA' with a proof mark & a nickle plated scabbard & a protective leather case.

George V British artillery sword with Wilkinson of Pall Mall blade

British artillery officer's sword complete with it's steel scabbard. Etched blade with unit identification of 1st Battalion Volunteer Artillery. Approx 98 cm long

Argentine model 1909 artillery short sword complete with it's steel scabbard, approx 52 cm long

19th century artillery sword. Wire bound brass mounted grip, double edged double fullered blade. Approx 94 cm long

French Artillery Officer's lot of belt with gilt brass buckle, gilt epaulettes, gilt and black sword knot. All in exceptional condition.

Prussian artillery sword in stitched black leather sheath, with nickel plated metal mounts. 65 cm long

A 19th century French Artillery Officer's sword, the silvered decorative hilt with three scrolling leaf decorated bars to the crossed cannon cartouche, lion head pommel, wooden grip, the engraved blade in good condition, the steel scabbard with remnants of

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.

U.S model 1832 foot artillery sword, 19 inch broad double edged blade with grey patina and two double parallel fullers to each side, ricasso marked with an eagle and N.P Ames Springfield, obverse side faint United States 1832, cast brass hilt, scalloped gr

Five various swords, including one for the Rifle Brigade, one marked NSWG and two for the Royal Artillery together with a bicorn hat and a pair of white metal epaulettes

A Prussian artillery officers sword, maker Paul Weyersberg & Co, the sword, comprising a black grooved grip with brass wire binding in a stirrup hilt with sword knot attached, all over a highly polished blade. Complete with original black metal scabbard wi

A Prussian artillery officers sword, maker W. K. & C, the ornate black shagreen and brass wire gripped hilt with double folding shell guard, the fore guard featuring the Imperial eagle, over highly polished blade. Complete with original black metal scabbar

Wilkinson, Royal Artillery Officer's Sword, with a fully inscribed blade, having leather mounts and scabbard. Length 102 cm

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