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    Named U.S. Model 1860 Staff and Field Officers' Sword and Dress Belt. 31" straight, bright blade etched with panoplies of arms, geometric designs and the name "A. F. Hewit U.S.A." all washed in gilt. Blade maker marked "Baker & McKenney / NY". Gilded-brass hilt; wire wrapped fish skin grips. Metal scabbard with brass mounts, drag and throat. Sold with an officers' dress belt, sword hangers, and gilded-brass buckle. Button mechanism lacking from reverse clamshell guard, otherwise a handsome example of this Spanish-American War vintage sword in very good condition.

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    June, 2013
    8th Saturday
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