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 â€˜Dâ€™ 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 â€˜D. Egg, Hay Market, Londonâ€™, and bearing a collection tag, No. 37.
Blade Length; 34 Inches (86.36 cm)
Overall Length: 41 Inches (104.14 cm)