Miniature Infantry Sword

$141.75 inc. GST



Miniature Infantry Sword.

P Blashki & Sons are not only manufacturers but also suppliers of high quality regalia and have have been for over 160 years.

Crafted to resemble a miniature sword and scabbard by the manufacturers of Australian military swords. This item is the ideal presentation piece which also functions as a letter opener.

Only 28 cm long and displayed on a presentation stand, in addition, it retails in a quality presentation pack.

These beautifully boxed miniature swords retain all the detail of the full-sized versions. Also, they make a perfect companion for the standard-sized swords or as a collection in their own right.

Miniature Infantry Sword.

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Swords carried in the Australian Army

The Infantry Sword

The current Infantry Sword is the British Infantry pattern of 1897. The hilt has a nickel-plated three quarter ‘scroll’ pattern pierced sheet steel guard with the “EIIR” royal cipher. It has a leather sword knot attached to the slot near the pommel.

The grip is wire bound black sharkskin. The straight blade is etched half way on both sides with a foliage design having the royal cypher of Elizabeth II in the centre. There is a single fuller on each side. The brown leather scabbard has a nickel-plated chape and throat. This model sword was an improved version of the 1895 Pattern, which combined a more robust blade with a thrusting point to the blade.

A chrome scabbard may replace the ensign’s brown scabbard on ceremonial occasions, such as trooping the colours.

All members of the Royal Australian Infantry and all other members and ex-members entitled to wear a sword, wear the Infantry Sword. The Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps have a black leather scabbard fitted with a black leather Infantry sword knot.

Additional information

Weight 2000 g
Dimensions 320 × 250 × 105 mm