Household Cavalry Troopers’ Sword with Scabbard

Being very much similar to the officer’s version, the Household Cavalry Trooper’s Sword of 1892 is characterized by a heavy single-edged blade. The bowls is intricately engraved and pricked, with the initials HC intertwined. It also carries the sovereign’s crown, thus adding more glory and panache to the Sword. It must be noted that the grip of this Sword is made of wood covered with fish-skin and intertwined with silver-plated copper wire, which is an extreme rarity, making this Sword truly ‘a-one-of-a-kind’. This fabulous piece of work has a scabbard which is made of high-quality nickel-plated steel.