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    Pair of U.S. 19th Century Eagle Pommel Swords. Including: 1) Handsome officer's sword featuring a 32 ½" straight blade lightly etched with floral designs and panoplies of arms. The blade has no visible maker's mark. The brass hilt features a beaded knuckle bow and matching counter guard and ribbed bone grip crowned by a detailed eagle head pommel. Lacks scabbard. Blade with a smooth gray patina. Very good. 2) Widmann style eagle head sword with brass scabbard. The sword features a 30" straight blade lightly embellished with gilded floral decoration against blued panels. Ornate knuckle bow, grip ferrule and langets. Original wooden grip lacking covering. Brass scabbard with floral engraving and Federal eagle motif. Scabbard with a few short splits and shallow dents. Very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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