An incredible example of a named sword, purchased by Air Commodore John Adrian Chamier for his commissioning in 1902 as an unassigned officer of the British Indian Army. Shortly after he was given a command in the 33rd Punjabi Regiment and carried this sword on campaign in Somaliland.
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The sword is an 1897 pattern with the ERI (Edward Rex Imperator) cypher, a black shagreen grip, an Indian service scabbard and its original knot.
There is some wear to the plating of the hilt and some cosmetic marks to the scabbard, on the whole this sword is in very good condition with no pitting or noticeable losses.
This sword can be yours for £1200 or best offer.