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    Lot of Three 19th Century Dirks. Comprising: 1) 19th Century Victorian Dirk and Scabbard. 4 7/8-inches blade of diamond section. Steel guard with swept back quillons. Ivory grip. Nickel-plated brass scabbard with single hanger. 2) 19th Century Dirk with Etched Blade. 3-inch etched blade of diamond section. Blued finish. German silver guard with ball finials. Plated ferrule and ebony grip. Contained in black leather scabbard with plated mounts. 3) English Dirk by Rogers. 4 1/2-inch double-edged tapered blade. Ricasso marked, "ROGERS/CUTLER TO/HER MAJESTY." Flat german silver guard with ball finials. Plated cutlery hilt. Condition: 1) Good to very good. Crack and old repair to ivory. Spots on scabbard. 2) Good. Moderate wear throughout. Blade retaining approximately 40% of blue finish. Faded etching. Scabbard with scuffs. 3) Fair to good. Blade with scattered light pitting. Dent to tip. Grip showing high point wear.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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