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    Pair of 19th Century Mexican Swords. Includes: 1) German-made brass hilt short sword with 24 ½" straight blade and leather covered wood grip (leather is replaced). Reverse ricasso marked "HENRY BOKER / SOLINGEN". In a leather scabbard with brass mounts. Blade dark, solder repair to folding counter guard, else good condition. 2) Mexican Short Sword with a wide 27" curved blade marked "A.C. / MEXICO" on the reverse ricasso and with an "R.M." maker's logo on the obverse ricasso. Brass, half-basket hilt with leather covered , wire wrapped grips. Leather scabbard with a brass mount, lacking brass tip. Very good condition. From the estate of Houston collector Brent Burg.

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    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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