A 19th century cavalry parade sword with Queen Victoria's cipher, made by Hawkes & Co. of Piccadilly, London, with leather covered scabbard, 103 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania,
Carl Eickhorn Solingen Prussian Deluxe pattern lion head artillery Sabre featuring a deeply cast lionhead pommel with ruby coloured eyes, the P-shaped knuckle-bow is cast with oak leaves & filligrees. the gold plated brass has floral & military mot
Two early European cavalry Sabres. Ex Fr Strange, Sydney, auction. One with old tag stating 'British Cavalry Troopers Sabre of 1853 Pattern'. no scabbard to same. Stamped 'T & C'. other stamped 'Hartkopf'. as inspected. Length 103 cm &. Length 106 cm
Two early European cavalry Sabres. Ex Fr Strange, Sydney, auction. I bearing tag 'French Cavalry Troopers Sabre C.1850,' (no scabbard), stamped Walschid Sclingen; & one other with scabbard. As inspected. Length 106 cm &. Length 103 cm
French cavalry trooper's sword circa 1870, approx 113 cm overall with 97 cm slightly curved single edged double fullered blade with Klingenthal maker's particulars. Brass hilt with wire bound leather grip. Steel scabbard.
French heavy cavalry/cainassiers troopers sword circa 1811, approx 112 cm overall with 96 cm straight single edged double fullered blade with Klingenthal maker's particulars. Brass hilt with wire bound leather grip. Steel scabbard.
French Chassuer-cavalry sword, approx 92 cm overall with 78 cm carved single edged fullered blade with gilt engraved mounted cavalryman etc. Maker's particulars on forte, brass hilt with wire bound leather grip. Brass mounted steel scabbard.
A Hembrug bayonet and scabbard. This Hembrug bayonet and scabbard was made by the Dutch for the Dutch cavalry and used in Indonesia and Borneo. When the Japanese invaded, they confiscated and issued these bayonets to their own troops. This bayonet was take
A fine mid 19th century cavalry trooper's sword by Hammond and as marked, wire bound leather grip, brass three bar guard, steel scabbard. The curved fullered blade with a narrow subsidiary fuller. Possibly French, or U.S. Cavalry
A choice Australian issued cavalry trouper's sword of pattern 1890. The steel scabbard with N.S.W. Government issue stamp. Complete with Commonwealth Government harness factory made brown leather horse shoe pouch/frog for mounting on the saddle.
A choice and rare British heavy cavalry trooper's sword of pattern 1796, leather covered grip, steel guard, white leather sword knot. Steel scabbard. Both blade and scabbard with matching issue stamps to '23 R.B. No. 10' Blade by Dawes of Birmingham
A superb example of a British light cavalry officer's sword of pattern 1796 by Osborne. Silver wire bound leather grip, steel stirrup guard, curved fullered blade with single edge, very finely blued and gilt on both faces for half it's length and etched fo
Victorian cavalry officer's sword the three bar Gothis style pierced hilt clad with shagreen grip and the blade etched with Art Nouveau patterns. In a brass scabbard. Together with two pairs of Victorian epaulettes. Condition fair, the blade sitting in the
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