Lot 1240 (Works Of Art & Furniture (including Medals & Militaria), 17th November 2017)

Sold for £220


WWI BRITISH OFFICERS' SWORD maker C. Robinson, Birmingham, the steel blade with makers mark, also marked for the '1st Durham Engineer Volunteers', and name 'J. J. Lish', with brass cross guard and knuckle bow, and a wire and chagrin grip, in original leather scabbard, approximately 99cm long; with accompanying provenance

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