THE BRITISH CAVALRY SWORD 1788 – 1912. Some New Perspectives

 Book: The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 Some New Perspectives

This new book on British Cavalry Swords seeks to update and complement ‘Robson’, providing new detail and ideas relating to regulation patterns and introducing many previously unpublished variants.

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All prices include post and packing (note: each book weighs 2.25kg and will be packed in a cardboard book wrap size 38 x 27 x 5cm)

Also available from October 2013 in USA from gunandswordcollector.com

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NEW – Companion Volume

‘Companion Volume’ (2019) to The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912: Some New Perspectives (2013)

PLEASE NOTE: The Companion Volume is not a ‘stand-alone’ independent book but is designed to be read in conjunction with The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912: Some New Perspectives. The Companion Volume extends and updates several, but not all, chapters in the main book.

In the interests of saving postage costs, all international parcels will be sent by standard air mail. This means they may take up to 2 weeks to arrive

 Book: The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 - Companion Volume

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  • Size: 280 x 235 x 5mm
  • 72 pages
  • 112 plates

Order Both Books

The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 Some New Perspectives & The Companion volume

 Book: The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 Some New Perspectives

 Book: The British Cavalry Sword 1788-1912 - Companion Volume

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  • Hi Richard, just sent our order through. Very excited to see if finally available, make sure you sign our copy, cheers Cathey and Rex

  • This is the most important new book on British swords since Robson. Richard (and his contributing colleagues) did an amazing job. Quality is is the hallmark of this book–quality scholarship and quality binding and printing. The photos are superb. A must-own title!

  • Many thanks Richard – received the books last week!
    quite simply a most fantastic book for anyone collecting British swords!
    with out doubt the finest since Brian Robson and in any case your book has the best
    photo’s i have ever seen!
    Good luck & best wishes
    Martin & George

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