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  • Scabbard
        A scabbard with a gilt top was part of an infantry officer’s sheath, pattern 1796. It is black leather with gilt binding, frog clip and sash ring. The top gilt piece has become detached from the leather. It is engraved: Wand C. Prater, 6 Charing Crofs, London.
      A scabbard with a gilt top was part of an infantry officer’s ...
  • Steel Military Scabbard
        A steel military scabbard that is curved with two metal bands with a ring attached to each. The metal is dull and rusty and the tip is broken off.
      A steel military scabbard that is curved with two metal bands with ...
  • Steel Scabbard
        A curved steel scabbard that is said to have been found on the Lundy's Lane Battlefield by W. W. Woodruff.
      A curved steel scabbard that is said to have been found on ...
  • Infantry Officer’s Sword and Scabbard
        The blade is 80.5 cm long x 2.5 cm wide and tapers to a spear point. The pattern is common to that of 1769 but was most likely still used by the War of 1812. The sword has an urn hilted pommel with a fixed guard and the hilt is ...
      The blade is 80.5 cm long x 2.5 cm wide and tapers ...
  • Steel Sabre and Scabbard
        The sabre and scabbard are curved steel that has since rusted. The scabbard has two steel bands with two rings attached and a rounded tip. It has “OSBORNE & GUNBY, BIRM.” inscribed on the base. The sword looks as though it used to have leather wrapped around the wood handle ...
      The sabre and scabbard are curved steel that has since rusted. The ...
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