British Swords and Sabers. British Napoleonic swords. British military swords of the 18th, 19th and 20th century. British infantry, cavalry, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force swords.
1796 Pattern British Infantry Officer Sword with silver grip, folding guard and decorated blade. Standardized smallsword of the British officers used in Napoleonic wars.
1796 British Sergeant and Drummer Sword. Simpler version of the first standardized British sword made for regimental officers. Carbon steel blade, brass hilt, leather scabbard.
British 1803 Infantry Officer Saber. British Napoleonic saber sword made for light infantry officers. High carbon steel blade, brass hilt with British symbols, leather scabbard.
American Revolution Sword. Revolutionary hanger used by Continental army under command of general George Washington. 1055 high carbon steel blade, wood grip and leather scabbard.
Australian 1908 Cavalry Sword. Legendary military sword used by Australian, British and Canadian cavalry. Carbon steel blade, steel scabbard. Sword of British Empire.
British 1796 Heavy Cavalry Sword. British Napoleonic sword used by Dragoons, Life Guards and Royal Horse Guards. Steel hilt and scabbard. Leather grip.
British 1796 Light Cavalry Saber. British Napoleonic saber sword. Saber used by British Hussars and Light Dragoons. Steel hilt, leather grip and steel scabbard.
British 1822 Light Cavalry Saber. Iconic saber sword of British cavalry. Saber used in Crimean War. Decorated blade, British royal symbols. Steel scabbard.
British 1845 Wilkinson Light Cavalry Saber. British military saber similar to model 1822 with a different blade. Steel grip-plate, pommel and scabbard.
British 1853 Light Cavalry Sword.
British 1885 Cavalry Sword. British Victorian military sword from campaigns in colonial wars in Egypt and Sudan. Steel hilt, carbon steel blade and steel scabbard.
British 1912 Cavalry Officer Sword with a steel or leather scabbard. British ww1 military sword. Carbon steel blade, leather grip, engraved guard and blade.
British Georgian Horse Head Style Saber.
British General 1831 Mameluke Saber. British general saber derived from Egyptian sword, presented by Duke of Wellington. Tempered carbon steel blade, faux ivory handle, brass scabbard. British military saber sword.
British Victorian Life Guards Officer Sword. Victorian Era Officer’s Dress Sword of the 2nd Life Guards was a 1872 modified version of the 1834 pattern sword. Carbon steel blade, leather grip, steel scabbard.
British Royal Horse Guards 1832 Officer Sword. Military sword of the British Royal elite guard used for ceremonial parades. British Royal guard served in Napoleonic wars.
Princess of Wales Regiment Officer's Dragoon Saber.
British 19th Century Royal Artillery Officer's Sword. Artillery sword based on 1822 light cavalry sword.
Royal Air Force Sword. British RAF dress sword with scabbard. RAF Eagle, Royal Coat of Arms of United Kingdom, brass hilt, faux rayskin grip, leather scabbard.
British Sword of Admiral Nelson. Fighting spadroon of the famous admiral from time of Napoleonic wars.
British 1805 Royal Navy Officer Sword. The first British regulation naval sword used from time of Napoleonic wars. The grip is of faux ivory with inlaid brass wire. It comes with a leather scabbard with brass accents and brass hanging rings.
British Royal Navy Sword. First introduced in 1827, this sword was carried by the Navy through a whole host of conflicts to today. Carbon steel blade, fish skin grip, scabbard.