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1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107
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1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, rare. SN X3107

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A Rare 1827 Pattern Trinity House Sword, 37" overall, 31 ½” blade with single fuller with crowned fouled anchor to one side & the Arms of Trinity House, & the Cross of St. George between four sailing ships, each under full sail. Proof mark to the forte one side &  ‘J.J.Rayner Lord Street Liverpool’ on the other. Gilt brass solid 'Gothic' hilt of naval pattern with applied arms of Trinity House, folding inner flap, wire bound shagreen covered grip, in its original gilt brass mounted black leather scabbard with two suspension rings.

Late 19th Century.                                                                                                  

Rare sword of an Elder Brother of Trinity ( usually retired naval Flag officers). In good condition, some minor staining to blade.

John James Rayner 24 Lord Street Liverpool, Naval tailors and outfitters 1851-1894 

Trinity House, founded in 1514 by King Henry VIII, is the General Lighthouse Authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands & Gibraltar. It provides marine navigation aids such as buoys & radio & satellite communication systems. Trinity House is also responsible for marking & dispersing wrecks & is an official deep sea pilotage authority, providing expert navigators for ships trading in Northern European waters.