BladesSwordsCondition New£ 550
Brand New and has not been issued, Current Regulation ERII Queen Elizabeth II. Ready for parade, Includes regulation knot.
Exquisitely crafted to the highest quality 24K Gold Plated. the finest available
This quality arm is the ceremonial version of British Royal Navy Commissioned Officer 1929 Pattern sword and its scabbard. It is crafted in accordance with the British MOD specifications UK/SC/6206 Issue 1 as well as Australian MOD specifications.Nato Stock No.: 8465-99-869-0393. Scabbard: Nato Stock No. : 8465-99-963-1527.
Highly polished forged carbon steel well-tempered and then hand-polished and nickel plated with acid etching. Embossed brass guard with anchor and crown, hand-polished, 24-carats gold-plated. The Grip (handle) is covered with genuine sting-ray skin, wrapped with gold plated twist wires. Real rawhide leather scabbard, solid wood under body then covered in hand-sewn leather with 24-carats gold-plated brass mountings with 2 attachment rings
Made to current MOD spec: 24 carat gold plated brass mounts and fittings, Acid etched highly polished stainless steel, 24 carat gold plated hilt with a beautiful real Rayskin grip, bound with gold wire.
As currently carried by Royal Navy Officers of the Commonwealth; United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada etc. This sword would usually cost around £850 so grab yourself a bargain
Dimensions in centimeters
Blade Length; 81.5 cm
Blade width at hilt; 2.3 cm
Overall length whilst inside scabbard; 99 cm
Overall length without scabbard; 87 cm
Scabbard length; 83 cm
Weights in Kilograms:
Weight without scabbard; 0.95 KG
Weight with scabbard and knot; 1.55 KG
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