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Can anybody help me identify this sword?

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    Default Can anybody help me identify this sword?

    Hey guys, my brother has had this for around a year now and we still don't really know what it is, i was thinking its a WW1 British Calvary sword but im not sure, can any body help?
    Thanks, Glen.
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    Seems to me a sword made for tourists made in India.
    But wait what other members will say.

    Gr. Theo.

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    Hey thanks, this again is out of my collecting field but if it is a tourist piece how old do you think it is?
    Thanks, Glen.

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    Not so old IMO, perhaps 10 years.
    It looks like some other tourists swords i've seen on fleamarkets
    But he, i am not an expert.
    Are there any markings on it?

    Gr. Theo.

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    I agree with Theo - it is a very crude decorator
    sword that was made in India..........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    No there are no markings on it, but it doesn't appear to have been made in the 21st century, there is a fair bit of age on it,
    Thanks, Glen.

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    Default Re: Can anybody help me identify this sword?

    Its what i would call a theatre prop sword, ive used many of them on stage before,they are cheap made replicas, normally from India or other Asian countries

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