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    Lot of Three U.S. 1833 Dragoon Sabers. Including: 1) 34" slightly curved blade with faint etching. Brass hilt with leather wrapped wooden grip. Metal scabbard with two mounting rings. Blade with an overall smooth gray, spotty patina; scabbard with a few shallow dents and light surface rust, otherwise very good. 2) Ames saber, dated 1837 with a 33 ½" slightly curved blade. Blade has been rather roughly sharpened; one branch of the knuckle bow is bent, hilt a bit loose on the blade; lacks scabbard, else good condition. 3) Ames saber, dated 1837 with a 34" slightly curved blade, lacks scabbard. Very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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