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    Lot Three Fraternal Swords. Comprising: 1) Pair of Identical Form Gilded - Brass Hilt Swords. Leather covered wire-wrapped grip. 27-inch straight blade etched with floral scroll and traces of gilt highlight. Contained in a nickel-plated metal scabbard with ornately gilt mounts and drag. Leather storage case included. 2) Fraternal Sword. Gilded brass chain and knucklebow. 28-inch straight etched blade with floral engraving. Contained in brass scabbard with modest etching on the obverse. Cloth storage bag.
    Condition: 1) Excellent. Show very light wear. Minor scuffs to one storage case, other with noticeable wear and broken handle. 2) Good. Some minor handling wear. handle worn. Storage bag showing heavy noticeable wear.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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