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Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard, very rare. SN 9113
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A Very Rare Mortuary Troopers Sword and Scabbard. 39 ½” overall, 34 ½” clean fullered blade incised with the Passau running wolf stamp, tip of blade rounded, characteristic basket hilt, the lower guard chiselled with foliage, ‘D’ shaped knuckle guard united to the side bars by lateral bars. Spirally fluted leather covered grip, spherical pommel, the whole with original blackened finish & traces of gilt decoration. Contained in its original very rare leather wrapped wooden scabbard.

Circa 1645                                                                                                       

Rare sword in very good condition, one side bar missing. Scabbard exceptionally rare, some losses to leather scabbard covering.

Provenance:  Ex Nostell Priory, Wakefield , the Estate was owned by Sir John Wolsternholme, founder of Virginia and sold by his son in the 1850s.