A COLLECTION OF SIX BRITISH PATTERN SWORDS
A COLLECTION OF SIX BRITISH PATTERN SWORDS

19TH CENTURY

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A COLLECTION OF SIX BRITISH PATTERN SWORDS
19TH CENTURY
Including a Victorian Rifle Regiment Officer's sword, by Hobson & Sons, London, etched for the Nilgiri Volunteer Rifles, in a nickle plated scabbard with two suspensions rings
32¾ in. (83 cm.) blade
Together with a Victorian Artillery Officer's sword, by J. Jones, London, etched for the Bombay Artillery, in a steel scabbard with two suspension rings - 33¾ in. (85.5 cm.) blade; A Victorian Officer's sword, by H.F. James, London, etched for the 16th Queen's Lancers, 'VR' cypher, presentation initials and numbered 8020, steel scabbard with two suspension rings - 35 in. (89 cm.) blade; A Victorian Officer's sword, by Hill Bros, London, etched for the York Hussars, steel scabbard with two suspension rings - 34¾ in. (88.5 cm.) blade; A Victorian sword, re-hilted with various engraved devices on the blade - 33 in. (84 cm.) blade; and an Officer's sword of the Royal Air Force, by Wilkinson Sword, with ERII cypher and numbered 116792, in a black leather scabbard with two suspension rings - 32½ in. (82.5 cm.) blade (6)

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