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Thread: For Sale: P1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword

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    For Sale: P1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword

    I have for sale a British Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's Sword made by Woolley, Deakin & Co.. The grip has been replaced as can be seen in the hilt photo. The sword is in good condition with only minor pitting. The blade's point is midway between a hatchet and a spear point. The knuckle guard has regimental markings, possibly those of one of Britain's allies as they don't resemble British markings. The scabbard is that of a French Model AnXI, which I understand is rather rare. The two have been together for quite a long time as the throat of the AnXI scabbard has been modified to take the langets on the P1796 HC sword.

    $1600.00 plus. $30 shipping CONUS. At this point in time I am only selling to US buyers for purposes of expediency. Paypal (add 4%) and money orders accepted.

    Please contact me via PM.









    Regimental markings:

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    Please make me an offer!

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    $1500 plus shipping.

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    Sold pending payment.

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    Sold.

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    Nice buy. Interesting sword.
    mark@swordforum.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark McMorrow View Post
    Nice buy. Interesting sword.
    Why thank you

    Good to keep them in the family, isn't it?
    Andre F. Ducote
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.Ducote View Post
    Why thank you

    Good to keep them in the family, isn't it?
    Indeed!
    mark@swordforum.com

    ~ Hostem Hastarum Cuspidibus Salutemus ~

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