To be displayed at the Chelsea Antiques Fair in London and selling it through the antique online portal 2Covet.
Mr Wallrock, of Wick Antiques, Lymington, Hampshire, said: ‘There is no doubt that this was Nelson’s sword – he may well have used it in action against the French.
‘It remained in the Suckling family until 2003 when it was sold to a collector as “Nelson’s sword”, and if you study the description in the book and this sword it is indisputably it.
By HARRY HOWARD, HISTORY CORRESPONDENT FOR MAILONLINE
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Wick Antiques was established by Charles Wallrock in the early 1980s. Having grown up in the Antiques world Charles developed an extensive wealth of knowledge.