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    Looking For Information on Family Sword

    Good evening all,

    I was wondering if anyone could help me research wise with my Great Grandfathers Wilkinson Sword?

    Any information will be great fully received.

    Captain Stanley Arthur TRICK, Royal Army Service Corps 1903-1921. Mentioned in Dispatches.

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    Jay. It is a Mode l822, British Infantry Officer's sword during 1914/17. Rob
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    Not an Infantry Officers sword. It is the correct sword for an Officer in the Army Service Corps. Officers of the Corps carried (still carry?) the 1822 Light Cavalry Officers sword with a chequered pommel and three bar hilt.
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