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    British Pattern 1821 Artillery Officer's Saber With Double Etched Blade Mid 19th century example with 32 1/2" bright double etched blade with minor dark stains, maker marked "Della Torre & Co Lambs Conduit St London" with brass inset proved button. Blade has decorative etching with the motto "1st Compy of Artillery" in a shield, cannons and crowns etc. Iron triple branch guard gray with minor staining, shark skin grip with twisted wire wrap in excellent condition. Steel double ring scabbard smooth bright / gray with minor dark staining.

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    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
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