ANTIQUE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR SWORD SABRE
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Rare, American Revolutionary War period sabre with slightly curved single edged, heavy and thick blade struck with the makers name Wooley & Deakin (18th century sword smith from Birmingham). Only few of American swords with Wooley & Deakin blades survived to the present date, for example in the book American Swords from the Philip Medicus Collection are illustrated only two swords made by Wooley & Deakin, both of them are with American made hilts. The hilt of this sword is also American made and is a rare example of an early American hilt pattern.
DETAILS: brass stirrup hilt with brass pommel and reeded wooden grip.
CONDITION: crack on the side of the handle.
MEASUREMENTS: overall length 87cm (34 ¼ inches), length of the blade: 75cm (29 ½ inches).
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- Militaria & Weapons
- 18th century
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