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Title Royal Navy cutlass, penultimate pattern
Nationality British
Period 1892
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This pattern is distinguished by its straight blade - the first RN cutlass to depart from the tradition of the curved blade (with the sole exception of the 1805 pattern) - and its cast iron grips. The final pattern had a chequered leather grip, with a fullered blade, thus quite different, sharing only the guard with the turned over edges.

It has an issue date for 1892 stamped into the forte, along with various inspectors' stamps. It has the bulk of its original black paint to the grip. Originally, there would have been an iron-mounted leather scabbard, which, sadly, has been lost. The blade was lightly rusted overall and I have carefully cleaned this to produce a reasonable finish.

If you want to comment on this item—re quality, age, etc—please email me.

[Edged Weapons : Swords : British : 19th Century]


Pot arrived in good shape, thanks for your assistance.

it is a pleasure dealing with you and I hope this is one of many dealings.

B N, USA, 18.02.2012

The knot is here, it's very fine

M B, Germany, 08.10.2009