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    Lot of Two U.S. Model 1902 Officers' Sabers. Comprising: 1.) German-made example, circa 1960s with an American Military Supply Corp. distributor's mark on the ricasso. 27 ½-inch slightly curved, bright blade engraved on both sides with military motifs and floral designs. Plated metal scabbard engraved between the carrying rings "DAR AWARD / Cad. Maj. H. C. Eads, Jr. / Spr. Sem. 1966". 2.) 32-inch slight curved, bright blade with the typical engraved floral designs and patriotic motifs. M. C. Lilley mark on the reverse ricasso. Plated metal scabbard.

    Condition: 1.) Very good. 2.) About very good. Some loss of plating to scabbard.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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