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    Executioner's Style-Cross Hilt Broadsword. Measuring 40 1/4-inch overall, this sword is fitted with a 31 1/2- inch long, 2- inch wide slightly tapered blade with blunt tip. 8 1/2-inch median fuller above guard. Makers mark on one side of ricasso. Also marked with inscription: [cross] / Pax / et / Justitia on both sides inside decorative vine and floral engraving. 6 1/2 -inch wide cross guard. Wire wrapped handle with cone shape pommel.
    Condition: Good with gray patina and scattered spotting overall. Pommel with moderate wear/pitting. A few dings and scratches are present thoughout the weapon. Sword appears to have been cleaned. Three aftermarket holes drilled near blunt tip. Grip in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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