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Thread: Osborn and Gunby Portuguese Napoleonic Officers Saber?

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    Osborn and Gunby Portuguese Napoleonic Officers Saber?

    Hello! Took a chance on this interesting but somewhat damaged Osborn and Gunby Officers cavalry saber. As it mentions the prince regent I must imagine it dates 1811-20 and the Portugese coat of arms must mean it was made for a Portuguese officer, likely during the Penninsula campaign? Any more info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!

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    Last edited by Nicholas Smith; 08-10-2019 at 08:51 AM.

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    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    West Yorkshire, England.
    Wow, now that is a nice piece to get your hands on.

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    Mar 2016
    Beautiful sword, I bet you're glad you took a chance. Any plans to do any restoration?

    Your dating seems sound

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    Nov 2007
    BC, Canada
    Man, that a NICE sword. It crys for just a little TLC to remove the active rust. Nice Catch!


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