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Swords - Officer Swords
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
ORIGINAL COVER! Straight Blade Eagle Pommel Officer's Sword with "5-Ball" Guard
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This is a great looking early sword! It is an original example of the highly collectible "Eagle head" pommel military sword. These eagle head swords were very popular from about 1800 until the 1850's. This one has the nice early style eagle pommel and it is made of brass with nice detail to the eagle. The entire brass hand guard is present and it has a superb look. This is the pattern known to collectors as the "Five Ball" guard for obvious reasons. The cast brass handguard has the two places that have the five Ball shaped designs and each is in superb condition. The original handle is present and has a very pleasing look to the polished bone. The original bone handle is present on the grip and it has an attractive milky tan tone to the bone. The blade is full-length at 32-3/4ths inches and is the straight bladed version. The blade is the ornate version that has the military and floral etching , including the panoply of arms. It still retains a nice amount of the original gold and blue finishing from the factory. This is a fine addition to an already attractive sword. The sword is accompanied by the original leather scabbard. The scabbard has the brass drag as well as the original top mount. What makes this on extra special is that it is accompanied by the original carrying case cover. The cover is made of tarred canvas and fits it like a bug in a rug. This is your chance to own an attractive bone handled Eagle pommel officers sword with the 1820 date with the original cover.

Item #: B193
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