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Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword 1796 Pattern, very fine. SN X3201
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A Very Fine 1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper’s Sword. 40” overall, 35” straight fullered blade, hatchet point. Signed on the back edge ‘Cooper & Banks Birm’. Steel disk hilt with langets, leather covered wooden grip. In its original iron scabbard with two suspension rings.

Circa 1811-16                                                                                                                   

In good unaltered condition, blade with nearly all original polish, 

Partnership of Cooper & Banks Army Accoutrement Makers and Sword Cutlers, New St. Birmingham 1811-16