SWORDS AND SIDE-ARMS.
 
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1821/45 Pattern Light Cavalry Sword    395
By Wilkinson. No. 31002 was proved 6 August 1891 and sold to "J. Howard". Nice blade, a few stains on blade, but not affecting the decoration.
     


Edward VII 1897 Pattern Infantry Officer's Sword   285 
No maker or retailer on the blade. Nice condition sword and scabbard.


Royal Artillery Officer's Sword 1822 Ptn   295    
By Wilkinson. Number 30348 and FW on blade. Wilkinson's register confirms that this sword was purchased in July 1890 by Frank Warren. He was commissioned into the Royal Artillery in 1891 and in 1902 was a Captain serving with the Royal Garrison Artillery. 
   

1897 Pattern Officer's Royal Corps of Signals Sword      325  reserved
QEII cypher on hilt and blade. By Wilkinson. Number 81301. Mercury ("Jimmy") on the blade.


Wilkinson 1897 Patter Infantry Officer's Sword   275 
GV cypher. Blade has been rechromed which has removed all decoration from the blade. Wilkinson still visible, No. 46348 which is in the batch made during the First World War.


Victorian Pioneer's Side Arm  395
Blade stamped A&E one side and crown over 13 other side.Top of scabbard stamped 3 S.W.B. (3rd South Wales Borderers).
Scabbard leather split on back.
 


1895 Pattern Officer's Picquet or Levee Sword  225 
Retailed by F.W. FLIGHT High St. Winchester. Edward VII cypher on hilt and blade.



Victorian British Pioneer's Sword without scabbard. Brass handle stamped: 12.1892 M 5.K.R.R. 5 (5th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps)  225
Blade has WD stamp on both sides. Blade is 22 1/2 inches long.
 
 

Victorian British Army Bandman's Sword without scabbard.  300

1856 Pattern British Army Bandman's Sword without scabbard. Bugle on hilt.   300
Sword marked on blade 51st Foot.
Victorian British Army Bandsman's Sword without scabbard. No stamps.  295
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Bavarian/British? Sword without scabbard.   185  
Possibly originally had a cross-guard but this may have been removed.


Tewkesbury Abbey Church Commemorative Dagger by Wilkinson   150
Issued by Wilkinson Sword in 1971 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the battle during the Wars of the Roses.
Dagger is 40 cm long and has the coat of arms of Tewkesbury at the top. The blade shows Tewkesbury Abbey Church and the date 1121. After the Battle of Tewkesbury, defeated Lancastrians sought refuge in the abbey but the Yorkists forced entry and killed them.
Dagger is
loose mounted on a wooden plaque for display.
oose mounted on a wooden plaque for display.