A 1796 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Dress Sword by D. Egg, London. With straight, tapering double-edged blade cut with a shallow fuller on both sides, typical gilded double boat-shell guard, straight guillons and ‘D’ shaped knuckle-bow, gilded ovoid pommel with twisted silver wire bound grip, complete in its original leather scabbard (leather distressed and stitching undone) with gilt brass mounts, the throat of the scabbard signed ‘D. Egg, Hay Market, London’, and bearing a collection tag, No. 37.
Blade Length; 34 Inches (86.36 cm)
Overall Length: 41 Inches (104.14 cm)