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14th Century Arming Sword

£9,200.00
Here we have a very nice example of a type XVI arming sword using Oakseshotts typology with a type I

1788 Pattern Blue & Gilt Spadroon Sword And Scabbard By Osborn

£2,500.00
~ 1788 Pattern Blue & Gilt Spadroon Sword And Scabbard By Osborn ~ A fine quality sword with a full

1788 Pattern Light Cavalry Sword

£2,250.00
Here we have a very good quality light cavalry sword of the 1788 pattern used by the British army. The

1796 Infantry Officers Blue & Gilt Spadroon and Scabbard

£575.00
Here we have a blue & gilt officers Spadroon, a common form of sword from the late 18th and early

1796 Light Cavalry Sabre

£850.00
Here we have one of the iconic swords of the Napoleonic conflict, the 1796 light cavalry sabre, a curved weapon

1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Sabre

£500.00
What we have here is a 1796 pattern light cavalry sabre preserving its blue but with surface rust. The 1796

1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Sabre & Steel Scabbard

£650.00
The 1796 was a design approved for light cavalry use by Le Marchant. It was a curved blade with a

17th Century Mortuary Sword

£1,200.00
Here we have a delightful mortuary hilted sword typical of those used in the English civil war. The mortuary hilted

17th Century Rapier and Leather Scabbard Swords

£675.00
~ 17th Century Rapier ~ A 17th Century English Rapier, having upswept and downswept quillions, twist style guard, grip bound