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Unknown Other Blades
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£ 1,500

Unknown Other Blades

Monmouthshire, Wales
ad ref. GS93446A3
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Edwardian silver mounted malacca sword stick, believed to have belonged to Field Marshal Lord Roberts, Commander-in Chief of the British Army from 1901 to 1904. The only Field Marshal to be awarded the Victoria Cross. Died in 1914 was given a state funeral and buried in St Paul’s Cathedral. The malacca tapered shaft has a silver collar with his detailed portrait in relief and the words "Our Bobs God Bless Him". A silver rococo knob at the top of the stick with a push button release for the lozenge section blade. Hallmarks for Fredrick Narborough, Birmingham 1900. Measures 87cm long, with a 67 cm blade with some original bluing.Read more
SubcategoryOther Blades
ConditionSecond hand
Price£ 1,500
Sale typePrivate

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