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Object details

Category
Weapons and ammunition
Related period
Second World War (production), Second World War (association)
Creator
British Westinghouse Engineering
Place made
Trafford Park, Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK
Dimensions

Sword: Length 364 mm

Scabbard: Length 486 mm

whole: Diameter 22 mm, Length (overall) 605 mm

Catalogue number
WEA 4191

Object associations

Related objects

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swordstick, British
Weapons and ammunition
scabbard for swordstick

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