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2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern, rare. SN 8888
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A Rare 2nd Life Guards Officers Continental Hilt Sword 1834 Pattern. 44” overall, 37” Prosser style blade with hatchet point, etched with a maker's panel for ‘Hamburger, Rogers & Co’, regulation brass hilt with D-shaped knuckle guard supported by three scrolling side bars, the stool decorated with a flaming grenade, ornate stepped pommel, wire bound fish skin grip. Contained in its brass mounted steel scabbard.

Circa 1835-40.

A very hard to find sword in very good condition. 

See British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 by Richard Deller pages 207 to 210.