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    Austro-Hungarian Empire Court Sword. An attractive court sword with a 31" bright, straight blade with floral etching accented in gold and set against blued panels. The "D" guard is designed as a snake ultimately joining at the lion's head pommel. The Austro-Hungarian eagle appears on the single obverse clamshell guard. Mother of pearl grip panels. Leather scabbard with decorated brass tip and throat. The gilt is worn on the guard and the finish of the leather on the scabbard is crazed. The leather is fragile near the tip, otherwise the blade is bright and the sword generally in very good condition.

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    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
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