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    Lot of Two U.S. Navy Swords including 1) Model 1917 Naval Cutlass. 24 ¾" blade with a clipped point. Obverse of blade marked "U.S.N.". Half-basket guard. Light surface rust, otherwise very good condition. 2) U.S. Model 1870 Navy Bayonet Converted to Theatrical Use. Features a bright, 19 ½" blade marked "U.S.N./C.G.S/1871" on the obverse ricasso. The bayonet has been retrofitted with a brass Roman-style handle and comes married with a metal sheath (lacking drag) and partial leather frog. The blade is spotted and the edges are nicked.

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    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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