Rare and Superb English 17th Century Staghorn Hunting Sword. With superb staghorn grip and iron hilt mounts. With king's-head maker's stamp to the blade, probably indicating a German manufactured sword blade. This blade mark was commonly used by the Solingen-based Wundes family of blade makers. The use of German blades on English swords of this period was very common. The hilt ferrule has neo-classical and royal profiles to each side.
Condition of the hunting sword
The condition of this hunting sword is superb throughout and it has a great age patina - both blade and hilt have never been cleaned. No looseness to grip - rock solid. A delightful and rare piece for the collector of early antique swords. Blade length is 18 inches (23 inches overall).
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