BRITISH 1742 GREANADIER'S HANGER BY HADLEY
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This British infantry trooper or grenadier's hanger bears a 70 cm-long blade, marked on the spine HADLEY, which stands for Thomas Hadley, a well-known Birmingham cutler. Front of the blade is marked with a crown over 1, a British government view mark.
Heart-shaped guard still retains some of it's tarred finish. Guard is a bit shaky around the tang. Wooden grip bears numerous pox-marks made by the wire wrap [now long gone], and has aged gracefully into a fine dark patina.
























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