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Swords Used by the Navy Branch of Service
Edged Weapons
Chatellerault Arsenal Marked Model 1833 Naval Cutlass with 1847 Date
Item #: A2724
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This is a cool looking sword. This is the French made version of naval cutlass that is known as their model 1833 pattern. This is the model that out model 1860 naval cutlass is loosely patterned after. It has the full-length 26-3/4ths inch blade. The well made blade has the single fuller going down each side. At the base of the fullers it has the faint traces of the engraved anchor designs which are a nice touch. Along the spine of the blade it has the arsenal markings that read "Manufre de Chatellerault Febry 1847" This is the marking from the famous Chatellerault Arsenal with the February 1847 production date. The hand guard and basket are constructed out of iron and they have the black paint intact. You can still see the French proof marks on the hand guard including the small anchor stamp. The handle on these swords have the 8 sided grip that is constructed of iron. One thing that makes this one extra special is that it is accompanied by the original brass and leather scabbard. These are almost always missing. This one still has the top mount with the loop for connecting to the belt hanger frog. The leather is solid except for one repair down near the original brass drag. This is a very attractive original naval cutlass with the original scabbard.

Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
$895.00 USD

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