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1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 888
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1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. SN 8887

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A 1st Life Guards Officers State Sword 1834 Pattern by Andrews. 39” overall, 33 ½” blade etched with a small panel of scrolling foliage and ‘Andrews’ on the forte  and a maker's panel ‘Andrews 9 Pall Mall’ on the back edge of the blade, wide single fuller with a spear point. Regulation pierced steel hilt decorated with 12  brass studs and applied with the regimental device, wire bound fish skin grip. Contained in its brass mounted plated steel scabbard.

Circa 1840.  

Sword and scabbard in good condition, etching on the blade is faint

See British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 by Richard Deller pages 205 to 214.