BRITISH ‘PATTERN’ 1804 NAVAL CUTLASS - EARLY 19TH CENTURY

PLEASE CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW - BRITISH ‘PATTERN’ 1804 NAVAL CUTLASS - EARLY 19TH CENTURY - With double disc “Figure of Eight” shaped guard of sheet iron, cast Iron grip with vertical and horizontal grooves intended for gripping when wet. The top of the front guard features a brass suspension ring. Heavy 29 inch blade finishing in a spear point with the spine stamped by its maker, Hadley. The cutlass is also marked with the Royal Cypher of King George III, indicating the sword was accepted for use by the Royal Navy. 
In exceptional condition and rare to find due to the conditions of service at sea, the blade has some minor patches of oxydation and light pitting along its length. All of the components retain their structural integrity with no movement whatsoever.

Ref S2193

 

 

 

Price: £1,200.00
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