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Various patterns of cavalry sabres, including the celebrated 1796 light cavalry sabre designed by John Gaspard Le Marchant

South German around 1520. Slender, double-edged blade of diamond section. There are two small, jagged smith's marks on one side of the blade forte. Straight quillons with grooved spiral decoration and grooved finials. Grooved pear-shaped pommel with engraved decorative lines. Grip is covered with leather over cord wrapping. Length: 118.5 cm.

South German around Slender, double-edged blade of diamond section.

A 1796 model type light cavalry sabre. England early 19th Century.  | Copyright 2014 © Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

1796 model British light cavalry saber / partially blued and gilt blade

SEVEN INDIAN AND OTHER SPEARS, 18TH/19TH CENTURIES the first with etched leaf-shaped head, on its wooden haft; the second with leaf-shaped head inlaid with copper, and openwork base including and architectural moulding; the third with bifurcated wavy blades, on its wooden haft; the fourth and fifth each weighted base (heads missing); the sixth and seventh Indian or South East Asian, with broad wasted leaf-shaped blades, moulded sockets, each on its haft.

African style spears, These blade shapes are what I'm envisioning for weapons within the world

Some British swords of the Napoleonic period and of the type used at the Battle of Waterloo. From left to right: Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry style sword with pipe back blade, possibly for an infantry officer, c.1814-1821; Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Officer’s Sword; Pattern 1803 Infantry Officer’s Sword for an officer of a flank company, light infantry officer, or rifle officer; Pattern 1796 Infantry Officer’s Sword.

Some British swords of the Napoleonic period and of the type used at the Battle of Waterloo. From left to right: Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry style sword with pipe back blade, possibly for an infantry officer, Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Officer

Caucasian (possibly northern Dagestan) qama dagger, ca. 1840–50, steel, wood, silver, niello, L. with sheath 23 1/8 in. (58.7 cm); L. of sheath 18 3/4 in. (47.6 cm); W. 2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm); Wt. 20.8 oz. (589.7 g); Wt. of sheath 12 oz. (340.2 g), Met Museum.

Caucasian (possibly northern Dagestan) qama dagger, ca. 1840–50, steel, wood, silver, niello, L. with sheath 23 1/8 in. (58.7 cm); L. of sheath 18 3/4 in. (47.6 cm); W. 2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm); Wt. 20.8 oz. (589.7 g); Wt. of sheath 12 oz. (340.2 g), Met Museum.

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American 1860 Model Light Cavalry Sabre Sword Indian Wars Emerson Silver | eBay

American 1860 model light cavalry sabre. indian wars. emerson & silver #8558

American 1860 Model Light Cavalry Sabre Sword Indian Wars Emerson Silver | eBay

British Cutlasses, 1804-1900From left to right: Pattern 1804 Cutlass, Pattern 1845/58 Cutlass, Pattern 1859 Cutlass Bayonet, Pattern 1889 Cutlass, Pattern 1900 Cutlass.

British Cutlasses, 1804-1900From left to right: Pattern 1804 Cutlass, Pattern 1845/58 Cutlass, Pattern 1859 Cutlass Bayonet, Pattern 1889 Cutlass, Pattern 1900 Cutlass.

A British Victorian Benjamin Thurkle Presentation Sword.  This sword was presented from British sword maker Benjamin Thurkle to a  T. Harding - am currently unable to identify who that was.  This is definitely a unique and highly unusual British presentation sword from Mr Benjamin Thurkle.  The famous Thurkle sword making family are noted as working in London from around 1766 and Benjamin is known to have worked from 1834 - 1864.  The company had a long and proud working history and were...

From sword maker Benjamin Thurkle to T. A unique piece of British sword making history.

victoriansword: ““ An 1845 Pattern Infantry Officer’s Sword 82cm blade by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, numbered 12804 for 1863, etched on each side with scrolling foliage and crowned VR cypher,...

victoriansword: ““ An 1845 Pattern Infantry Officer’s Sword blade by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, numbered 12804 for etched on each side with scrolling foliage and crowned VR cypher,.

British 1796 Pattern Light Cavalry Trooper’s Sword – softback booklet for the sword collector. With over 200 full colour illustrations and photographs.  © 2015 antiqueswordsonline.com

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