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    Officer's Model 1850 Cavalry Sword Presented to Capt. D. Bayhed, ca. 1870s. Indian war period cavalry sword. Etched blade with U. S. stand of flags & foliate patterns. Also etched on scabbard. Presented to "Capt. D. Bayhed by the Independent Schuetz, April 28, 1876." Once gilded guard, basket and pommel cap (worn off). Scabbard is mounted with gilded decorated hangers and drag, which is also gilded (worn off).

    Fishskin grip has damage and wire wrap is missing, blade is worn, scabbard shows erosion, and small dents.

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    June, 2008
    13th Friday
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