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Percussion lock appears to be in working order, has a powerful mainspring. Andrew on cross, battle honour Sphinx over "EGYPT". 9" round brass barrel, .58 cal., Birmingham proofs, breech stamped "SHARPE EXTRA PROOF". Solid stock, no cracks or repairs, uncleaned and retaining nearly all original varnish with untouched raised grain surface (feathering). Pistol has strong character and is a nice example of a class of pistol that armed many Militia officers and Militia cavalry troopers, wagon drivers and canal and river boatmen, as well as citizens from New York to St. Marbled covers detached from spine, which has above title in gold letters.
I have not pulled it back to full cock for fear the original (and very tender) rope lanyard would tear apart rather than operate the sear. Motto "NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT" (both the regimental and Scotland's motto). Lock marked "SHARPE", roller frizzen spring, fine crisp working order. All plates and text pages are in fine condition Reduced to 0 1466) British Pattern 1821 Light Cavalry Officer's Sword with Unusual and Fine Quality Blade.
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The following Napoleonic era British swords: 1796 Heavy Cavalry Officers and Troopers swords; 1796 Light Cavalry Officers swords; 1803 Infantry Officers swords; Scottish Officers swords; any officers sword with Regimental device, markings, etc., on hilt or blade. (all the above must be in VG to fine or better condition and with scabbards, no restoration) Good examples of British military firearms pre-1898. 32 1/2" barrel with various arsenal poincons, "1874 S 79" (constructed as needle-fire Chassepot 1874, modified to Gras 1879), bayonet bar # AB 93866 ( matching ramrod, bolt and all bolt parts, barrel near chamber, and stock - an all-matching gun).
Receiver marked "MANUFACTURE D'ARMES / CHATELLERAULT" and "Mle 1866-74" (in this case, the "74" means the Model year the Gras was adopted). Stock solid, almost no dings, no cracks or repairs, never touched with deep clear conversion markings.
Hand made one by one no two Mashers will be exactly the same but our mashers generally measure 11 inches tall with a head 2 1/2 inches across. Cedar is the traditional wood used for most home and kitchen wares in Tennessee and the surrounding area during the 19th century.
This heavy fighting kukri measures just over 53cms long in its sheath and is 52cms out.
The blade measures 36.5cms long from the top of the bolster to the tip of the blade.
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