Handle is composed of wood and appears to have some sort of lacquer or protective coat with a very large oval pommel with what appear to be coins on either side. One depicts a horse and the other is a mounted horse.
The guard is composed of a S shaped quillons which screw towards the end. Markings on the guard are of a rectangle with the points crossing at the centre.
The blade is a short broad (5 cm wide) double edge with a diamond cross section a very sharp edge and minimal rust.
It is very common that sword from the age might have had some replacements to the grip over their long lives.
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