France, 2nd Restauration (1815-1830).
Royal Guard officer's sword
Mount of gilt molten brass (remains). Pommel engraved with a fleur-
de-lis, chiselled joining arc in the middle part of foliage
Originally filigree grip (missing filigree). Kidney-shaped clamshell
the Arms of France flanked by reeds. Counter clamshell decorated with
palmettes. Grey stained blade with small traces of oxidation,
with hollow sides and flat back, without manufacturer's mark. Mount with play.
In the condition in which it was found.
86.5 cm (blade 73.5 cm)
- Country of manufacture
- Weapon Type
- Epée d’officier de la Garde Royale 2nd restauration
- Overall Length
- 865 cm
- Barrel/ blade length
- 735 mm