1845 Pattern Gilt Gothic hilt, incorporating VR cypher in catouche. VR cypher on both sides of etched blade in leather scabbard with three brass mounts. Blade with some heavy rust patches. Sword sold in 1862 to A H Gordon of the 56th Madras Native Infantry.
1845 Pattern Gothic hilt with VR Cypher in vignette, traces of nickel plating. VR Cypher on both sides of etched blade and owners crest, complete with sword knot, dented steel scabbard painted black (paint peeling), blade marked with significant rust patches. Sword made for A W Cole Esq of the Royal South Middelsex Regiment of [...]
1845 Pattern With gilt gothic hilt incorporating VR Cypher in vignette. VR Cypher on both sides of etched blade. No Scabbard. Sword sold to Herbert Boys and Co, military outfitters in 1859.
1897 pattern blade and handguard marked with King Edward VII Cypher and owners initials. Presentation inscription etched on blade as follows: "Presented to Sergeant R H Haseldine by officers 1st Middelsex Regiment, December 1903" in leather Sam Browne Scabbard. Hilt and blade worn with plating of handguard defective. Served in South Africa 1896-98 and India [...]
1845 Infantry Pattern Queen Victoria's cypher on both sides of blade. Handguard of unknown pattern (palm tree in cartouche and floral decoration to outer side bars). The hilt is probably a replacement. Black steel scabbard, This belonged to H.J. Lermitte of the 5th Dragoons and Royal Scots Fusiliers. Lermitte took part in the charge at [...]
1821 Pattern Name of owner "F.T.C. Hughes" etched on blade with crowned Victorian cypher on both sides of blade, with decoration deep rust patches, handguard and hilt aged. Black leather scabbard with repair to leather of chape. Metal top Sold to Francis Townshend Cunninghame Hughes Esq when he joined the Cheshire Regt. He then transferred [...]
1821 Pattern Marked on etched blade to 9th Lancers with eight battle honours with Victorian cypher in garter with crown Multiple nicks to worn blade but no rust, Sharkskin of grip is worn and missing in places. Three bar hand guard age-darkened and bent. Steel scabbard age darkened with multiple dents.
1821 Pattern Very fine blade, etched with VR Cypher on both sides of blade. Three bar hand guard. Crest and initials of Albert Brassey of 14th Hussars on blade. Information supplied by vendor With leather scabbard and steel scabbard. Modern leather sword frog for wear with Sam Browne belt. Brassey was later Lt-Col 14th Hussars
Sexton, Dawson Street Dublin Pierced brass handguard with vignette enclosing Queen Victoria's cypher. Sharkskin handgrip. The etched blade has old finger marks which almost obscure the etched detail. The lower portion of the leather scabbard is missing. Blade Length: 81cm
A British Naval Cutlass bayonet 1875 as used in the Zulu War. The blade and handguard have been chromed and the scabbard is lacking, blade cut down. Blade length : 64cm ♦ A German Falchion (hunting sword) with varnish with fanned shape handguard. A kings head is stamped on the blade, circa 1780. No scabbard. [...]