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Regional Auction July 1, 2012

Six Swords, Mostly American

Lot 59
Sold for Six Swords, Mostly American
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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,400
Serial #Six Swords, Mostly American ManufacturerNone ModelNone
TypeOther Gauge Catalog Page10
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Six Swords, Mostly American
Rating Definition
Description1) U.S. Ames Navy cutlass, 26" blade, brass guard, leather grip. Wire absent. 2) U.S. Emerson & Silver NCO sword, 31 3/4" blade, brass hilt, metal scabbard. 3) Unmarked saber, 32" blade, brass guard, leather/wire grip, Metal scabbard. 4) As 2, minus scabbard, with upturned guards. 5) L.F.&C. 1913 Patton sword, 35 1/4" blade, canvas covered scabbard. 6) Spartan 1902 officer's sword, 30" blade, nickel finished sheath. Fair or better overall.

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