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    Boyle & Gamble Foot Officer's Sword, 35" overall length, 29.5" blade. Open scrollwork on brass guard, laurel engraved on pommel, "26" stamped on underside of the guard, leather-bound wooden grip secured with brass wire. The scabbard is not original to the sword, however is period and fits nicely. Some loss to the blade tip and moderate rusting is present. Approximately 60% of grip wire remains and there is some loss to the leather. The various elements of this sword are loose. Given its condition, this should be an affordable Confederate sword as made by Virginia's largest edged weapons supplier.

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    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
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