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    Woodsmen of the World Fraternal Sword and Belt Ensemble from Mt. Clemens, Michigan. 28-inch etched polished steel blade. Center panel reading, "MT. CLEMENS CAMP No.29" Reverse with "W.I." and crossed swords and shield. Ricasso with Henderson maker's mark. Beautiful brass clamshell guard with integral knucklebow. Top of guard with 'W.I." Pommel with federal eagle and shield. Round pommel cap. Fancy studded wire wrapped leather grip. Contained in matching steel scabbard with brass mounts. Sold together with rare, brown leather belt and brass buckle surmounted with UR/[crossed axes] WOW. Belt with hangers. Condition: Good to very good. Blade excellent. Grip with wear and minor losses. Fine patina to scabbard. Mellow age patina to brass. Leather fair with dryness, light crackling throughout and breaks at hanger straps.

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    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
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