Late Georgian / Early Victorian British Pipebacked Light Cavalry Officer's Sword
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Late Georgian / Early Victorian British Pipebacked Light Cavalry Officer's Sword:
A scarce early pipe-backed 1821/22 pattern British cavalry officer's sword as used in the infamous Charge of the Light Brigade. Made by F J Cater of 56 Pall Mall in London between 1832 and 1839, we believe in 1837 when King William IV was dying (no royal cypher to blade), the impressive 35 inch blade has been sharpened. The blade quite firm in the hilt, the hilt in generally good order, a little rayskin missing on the underside of the pommel. Sheathes well in the steel scabbard which has dents and old breaks (later repairs). The sword is very good. This is such a scarce sword these days; very few come onto the market. Weight 3lbs
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