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Unique Non Regulation Possibly EIC £950

A totally unique British cavalry sabre that as yet does not have a confirmed origin. This sabre was manufactured by Wooley and Deakin before 1803 and is likely one of two types of sword. The first possibility is that it is an early pattern of sword purchased by the East India Company, the other is that this sword was purchased for a private military or potentially yeomanry like the famous crate of swords, pistols and muskets in the Royal Armouries. The crate in the Armouries holds swords very similar to this and these may have even been the pattern that inspired the 1896 Artillery officers sword. This sword can be yours for £950

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