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Title Seaforth Highlanders broadsword, George V
Nationality Scottish
Period c 1911-35
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This is the 1832 pattern model, used continuously from the 19th century until the present. It was made by Norrie of Queen Street, Aberdeen (engraved as such at the forte). It has 18 battle honours engraved in interlinked panels on one side of the blade and the regimental title and badges on the other, together with the cipher of George V.

The blade is 32.75" long and is almost as it left the factory with some minor finger stains to the surface here and there. It has its original fishskin grip and wiring, silk fringe and woollen liner and a magnificent nickel silver scabbard. All the nickel silver is in excellent shape, both on blade and hilt. There is some minor wear to the pommel button, as you would expect for something of this age.

The arms of the hilt are riveted to the pommel ring, something I have not noticed before on 20th century broadswords, perhaps a throwback to ancient practice.

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

[Edged Weapons : Swords : Scottish : 20th Century]


Just to let you know that i have received the Sabre today and it looks great and nothing was damaged in transit. It has been a pleasure doing business with you and the descriptions on your web site perfectly match the condition of the item and i look forward to doing business with you in the future.

D E, UK, 20.01.2017

I received the sword and belt this afternoon. Always a bit of a risk buying this sort of thing online but I'm very pleased with the quality of the sword and scabbard...

P R, UK, 28.08.2014