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    M1831 Mameluke Hilt British General Officer's Saber, Circa 1880. 33" slightly curved blade with latched back and 11" false edge, absolutely mint. Etched for 2/3 its length with floral scroll and military motifs including British royal seal, crown and scimitar with baton, all on a frosted background. Brass Proved disc inset on the obverse ricasso, with maker's name, Manton & Co. incorporated in the blade etch on the reverse. Regulation brass hilt with composition plaque grips, perfect. Brass scabbard, also about mint, retains much of the original gilt with just some scattered vertigree, easily cleaned. Choice 19th century example of this desirable regulation British sword.

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    December, 2009
    12th Saturday
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