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    Lot of Three Imperial German Era Swords. Includes a lion's head Imperial Artillery saber made by W.K.& C. with bright, slightly curved 31" plain blade, ornate guard with ruby-eyed lion's head pommel, wire-wrapped sharkskin grip and plated metal scabbard. Some flaking to scabbard and a new trivial nicks on the edge of the blade, else in very good condition. Accompanied by a lion's head cavalry sword manufactured by F. W. Holler with a 34½", bright, slightly curved blade ornate guard and wire-wrapped grip. The metal scabbard is dented and repainted. The sword is in very good condition retaining the over-the-shoulder hanger. Finally, the lot includes a Saxon Artillery saber manufactured by W.K. & C. The saber has a slightly curved, unadorned, bright 33" blade, simple plated guard and painted metal scabbard. The scabbard has some wear but the sword is generally in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
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