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H5056 Cavalry sword, with steel basket hilt, 32 inch (81 cm) long blade, marked with the outline of a running wolf and the German mark of Solingen wolf, made at Shotley Bridge, Durham, England, 1685-1832. Click to enlarge.

Cavalry sword, with steel basket hilt, 32 inch (81 cm) long blade, marked with the outline of a running wolf and the German mark of Solingen wolf, made at Shotley Bridge, Durham, England, 1685-1832

Made in United Kingdom, Europe, c 1695-1832.

Cavalry sword, with steel basket hilt, 32 inch (81 cm) long blade, marked with the outline of a running wolf and the German mark of Solingen wolf, made at Shotley Bridge, Durham, England, 1685-1832, where Lutheran sword makers from Germany had settled.

Summary

Object No.

H5056

Object Statement

Cavalry sword, with steel basket hilt, 32 inch (81 cm) long blade, marked with the outline of a running wolf and the German mark of Solingen wolf, made at Shotley Bridge, Durham, England, 1685-1832

Physical Description

Cavalry sword, with steel basket hilt, 32 inch (81 cm) long blade, marked with the outline of a running wolf and the German mark of Solingen wolf, made at Shotley Bridge, Durham, England, 1685-1832, where Lutheran sword makers from Germany had settled.

Dimensions

Depth

815 mm

Production

Made

United Kingdom, Europe c 1695-1832

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1950

Acquisition Date

8 March 1950

Cite this Object

Harvard

Cavalry sword, with steel basket hilt, 32 inch (81 cm) long blade, marked with the outline of a running wolf and the German mark of Solingen wolf, made at Shotley Bridge, Durham, England, 1685-1832 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 May 2019, <https://ma.as/241752>

Wikipedia

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