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  • British Royal Navy Boarding Cutlass - 1804 Pattern

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    This pattern of sword was introduced during the Napoleonic Wars and saw service at the famous Battle of Trafalgar. Previous cutlasses shared a similar figure 8 hilt design but featured horn or leather grips that deteriorated quickly when exposed to seawater and changes in temperature. The introduction of an iron grip greatly extended the serviceable life of this sword. The hilts were traditionally painted or japanned to stop them from rusting. The blade has been forged from AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel and has been well-tempered. It is housed in a black hardened buff leather scabbard.

    Total length: 89 cm
    Blade length: 74.5 cm
    Grip length:  12 cm
    Weight: 1.458 kg
    Blade thickness (base):  6.3 mm
    Blade width (base):  3.6 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB):  15 cm
    Blade: AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Threaded
    Scabbard: Leather, Brass

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £120.00 Incl. Tax: £144.00

  • British Royal Navy Officer's Sword - 1827 Pattern

    This iconic sword was first introduced to Royal Navy in 1827 and has been in service throughout a whole host of conflicts right up until today. It was adopted by all of the Commonwealth Navies in the British Empire and is still carried today as a dress sword.

    The brass hilt features a lion-head pommel, adopted from the earlier 1805 pattern swords of Nelson’s navy, an imitation ray-skin grip wrapped with brass wire and a crown and fouled anchor motif on the guard. It features a hinged latch to allow it to be attached to the scabbard, a requisite for a naval officer’s side arm, especially when on-board during a gale! The AISI 1065 high carbon steel blade is tempered and decorated with etchings. One side features the Crown and Fouled Anchor of the Royal Navy, the other side featuring the Royal Coat of Arms. The wooden scabbard is covered with black leather and features decorated brass fittings and 2 suspension rings.

    Total length: 94 cm
    Blade length: 80 cm
    Grip length:  10 cm
    Weight: 907g
    Blade thickness (base): 0.76cm
    Blade width (base):  2.7 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 18 cm
    Blade: AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Nut
    Scabbard: Brass, Leather

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £165.83 Incl. Tax: £199.00

  • British Royal Navy Officer's Sword - 1805 Pattern

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    Up until 1805 the Royal Navy did not have a regulation pattern sword. The sword that was introduced was modelled on the 1803 pattern infantry sabre that was previously carried by Navy and Marine officers. The 1805 pattern sword was used by Lord Horatio Nelson and he was no doubt armed with it at his most famous battle, The Battle of Trafalgar. After he was killed at the battle his sword was returned to England and is now on display in the Nelson Museum, Great Yarmouth, England. This sword was in constant use until it was replaced in 1827 by a newer model. The polished blade has been forged from AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel and has been well tempered.

    Total length: 95 cm
    Blade length: 83 cm
    Grip length: 10 cm
    Weight: 0.905 kg
    Blade thickness (base): 7.8 mm
    Blade thickness (CoP): 5.3 mm
    Blade width (base): 2.6 cm
    Blade width (CoP): 2.2 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 18 cm
    Centre of Percussion (CoP): 25 cm
    Blade: AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Peened
    Scabbard: Leather, Wood, Brass

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £165.83 Incl. Tax: £199.00

  • British Royal Navy Officer's Sword - (Pipe-Backed) 1827 Pattern

    This sword was first introduced to the Royal Navy in 1827 and has been standard issue throughout a multitude of conflicts since. It is still the regulation pattern sword to this day. This version features a pipe-backed blade that went out of regulation in 1846. Its design was adopted and is carried today by countries within the Commonwealth such as the Canadian and Royal Australian Navy. The polished blade has been forged from AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel and has been well tempered.

    Total length: 93.5 cm
    Blade length: 80 cm
    Grip length:  9.5 cm
    Weight: 0.814 kg
    Blade thickness (base): 5.1 mm 
    Blade width (base):  2.9 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 16  cm
    Blade: AISI 1065 High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Peened
    Scabbard: Leather, Wood, Brass

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £165.83 Incl. Tax: £199.00

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