Here we have a very nice example of a type XVI arming sword using Oakseshotts typology with a type I
The sword has a large ivory grip decorated on both sides with silver plates and silver ribbons. One of the
~ 1796 Pattern British Infantry Officers Sword ~ A decent example of this full length, single fullered sword. ~ Condition
Dragoons and Hussars troopers Sabre
A 1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Regiment Marked Sabre
This is a civilian Shinto period piece with a short blade and a red bamboo scabbard with a 20th century
~ 17th Century Shirasaya Tanto Signed Michisada ~ A lovely quality tanto with one mekugi-ana and signed Michisada. Featuring a
~ 1856 Pattern Named Presentation Scottish Dancing Bayonet ~ This is a Scottish dancing bayonet named to a G. E.
A 1870 dated Victorian British bandsman’s sword with its original scabbard. The sword has a double edge steel blade. The
The grip is made from ribbed solid brass with a small rounded pommel to the end. The crossguard has two
George 6th Infantry Sword and scabbard in beautiful condition.