Robert Mole & Sons Australian 1857 Infantry officers sword with the blade & guard marked with George Rex 5th cypher, stamped with the Company proof plug, the blade number is /M8905', having fine etched detail & bound with shagreen grip, also comes with the
Choice Australian issued infantry officer's sword of World War I Henry Wilkinson. Etched blade. Guard and blade with cypher of George 5th. Guard with 3rd military distinct stamp (NSW). Complete with scabbard, frog and sword knot
Two British officers swords. One ex Fr Strange, Sydney, auction, bearing tag 'British Infantry Officers Sword of 1796 Pattern'. the other with basket grip, & engraved 'Hand Made in Scotland By 'R Matthews Leslie'. as inspected. Length 100 cm &. Length 94 c
French Infantry Officer's sword of Model 1882, approx 99 cm overall with 85 cm straight double edged blade with offset fullers, finely engraved 'On behalf of the Romanian Infantry in memory of the common sacrifice 1914 to 1918' German silver hilt with wine
A choice British infantry officer's sword pattern 1803. Wire bound navy fish skin grip, gilt brass guard with G.R. Cipher. Wide curved fullered blade with the blue and gilt decoration incorporating the crowned GR cipher, Royal Arms etc. Gilt brass mounted
German World War I, World War II and Other Medals consisting of Nazi forty year service medal, World War I Kingdom of Bavaria war merit cross in fitted award case, Nazi infantry assault badge with award document, war merit cross with swords, Great Britain
British 1803 type light Infantry Sabre sword, with scabbard, the sword has a lion head pommel with gilt hilt, with pierced GR monogram and Crown, the blade is engraved with George III 'Gr' and 'Crown', with motto 'Diet Et Mon Droit' verso, with original br
A 19th century Wurttemberg Infantry Officer's sword, wooden checkered grip, plain brass knuckle guard, pommel and hooked quillon, the cross guard with Wurttemberg coat of arms, Solingen marked blade, the leather scabbard with brass fittings. Length 92.5 cm
A German Prussian Model 1889 Infantry Officer's sword, Royal Cipher of Emperor William II to the wooden grip with silver wire binding, brass decorative hilt with standing eagle and hinged section, double fullered straight steel blade, no scabbard. Length 9
A George V 1897 Pattern Infantry Officer's sword, the chromed guard with engraved and pierced crown and cipher, the reverse with N.Z. military markings and No. 358, the engraved chromed blade with name 'Mason & Sons', and 'Junior Cadets N.Z.', in original
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