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.
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The first regulation sword issued by the Royal Navy - the 1805 pattern Naval Officer’s sword. A descendent of the 1803 Infantry Officer Saber, the blade was altered from curved to straight.
Lord Nelson himself wielded such a sword and it was at his side when he was felled at Trafalgar. It followed him back to England and is currently on display at the Nelson Museum.
The guard, backplate and pommel are brass. The grip is of faux ivory with inlaid brass wire. It comes with a leather scabbard with brass accents and brass hanging rings.
Steel: Tempered EN9 High Carbon Steel.
Overall Length: 37 3/4".
Blade: 32 3/4".
Grip Length: 3 3/4".
Weight: 1 lb 14.1 oz.
British military swords and sabers.