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    Group of Four Unidentified 19th Century Swords.
    Comprising: 1.) D-guard short sword with a 14-inch double-edged blade. No identifying marks, fitted with a turned wood grip. No scabbard. 2.) Unidentified short sword, possibly continental, with a 28-inch straight, single-edge blade. Iron hilt with two branches and turned wood grip. No visible markings. No scabbard. 3.) Possible continental sword, with shortened blade measuring 19-inches. Iron hilt with leather covered grips. No visible marking. No scabbard. 4.) Unidentified lions head sword with a 29 ½-inch slightly curved, flat, single-edge blade. Solid half-basket and lions head pommel. Wire-wrapped fish skin grips. No visible marks. No scabbard.

    Condition: 1.) Poor. May have been ground dug; grip a later replacement. 2.) Fair. Blade uniformly dark with moderate to heavy pitting. 3.) Good as configured. Blade with spotting and surface rust; grip cracked. 4.) Very good. Blade with smooth gray patina.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    June, 2019
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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