1796 Light Cavalry Officer's Sword by Woolley
A 1796 Light cavalry Officer's sword, the steel hilt with light speckling and rack No. to langet, the wooden grip with 4 or 5 woodworm holes, the blade marked to the back " WOOLLEY" and crown over 4 inspectors mark and with all original polish,the steel scabbard with matching rack No. below throat, good surface finish and 2 insignificant service dents.Blade 835mm long. Woolley changed to Woolley & Co in 1799.
A fine example will be hard to better.