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    U.S. M1860 Naval Cutlass with the Original Brass Mounted Leather Scabbard. Sword really excellent with bright clean blade, just some very minor scattered staining. Deep crisp markings including Ames scroll, 1862 date and JT inspector. Brass cup with just a few very minor dings and a few nicks on the edge. Grip with 100% of the leather and what appears to be the original twisted brass wire wrap. Hilt overall with nice light patina. The very scarce leather scabbard has a copper riveted back seam, brass throat with frog stud and brass tip. Scabbard in good intact condition with one weak spot with a 0.5" hole 6" below the throat, and a minor weak spot just above the tip. Mounts about perfect with nice patina. Excellent example and rarely encountered with the brass mounted scabbard.

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    June, 2010
    26th Saturday
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