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Fine and rare sabre, from the American Wars of Independence (c.1775 - 1783), in museum condition.Unusual combination of highly curved Hussar style blade mated with a Spadroon hilt. The blade is a good tight fit with the hilt, no movement.Hilt consists of a 'cushion' pommel, square section wooden grip having a single ferrule, a brass stirrup shaped knuckleguard and straight counterguard (the knuckleguard has an old repair to it). Also, a loose ring for a sword knot.The blade measures 29 inches in length and has acquired a lovely deep Plum colour. A single fuller runs along it's length up until the last 5 inches. A painted museum number is seen at the ricasso, number "268".The leading edge of the blade has been service sharpened and has signs of combat use.

American Revolutionary War Sabre

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