Offered is a Elizabeth II era (1953- ) 1892 Pattern British Army Household Cavalry Trooper’s sword.
The sword features a wire bound fish skin grip, mounted onto a plain chromed back strap and pierced bowl guard, featuring the royal cypher of Queen Elizabeth II. The nickel finish is excellent to outer bowl, with the original white leather parade buffer lining and knot.
The blade slightly curved 90cm long blade, maker marked for Wilkinson Sword of London, by appointment to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Dated for manufacture in 1999 and Wilkinson numbered 128608. The blade is near mint condition, with only in and out wear visible.
The plated nickel service scabbard is in mint condition, retaining the suspension ring. There are light marks from use towards the drag, as would be expected from these Cavalry used swords.
Overall length: 106 cm. This sword is a magnificent piece, which would be the prize within your sword collection. You never see these Elizabeth II period swords and as such this is highly collectible.