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Swords Used by Various Branches of Service
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
1700's Toledo Marked Court Sword with a Beautiful Silver Washed Brass Handle
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Here is a beautiful displaying sword from the 1700's. This is what is known as a Continental Court Sword. It is designed with the beautiful Brass Repousse D-Guard Hilt. The brass of the handle has some of the original silver was on the brass with a wonderful color. The brass has stylish floral and geometric designs as you can see in the images. It ahs the double sided clam shell. The blade of the sword is full-length at 29-1/2 inches with the sword measuring 36 inches overall with hilt. It has a fine looking double edged spear point blade with 5-1/2 inch central fullers to both sides as well as central ridges. The blade of the sword has the "*EN*TOLEDO*" in the fullers on both sides. This lets us know that it was made in Toledo, Spain which was one of the main centers of sword main in the 1700's. This is a beautiful sword that is over 200 years old.

Item #: B9362
Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
Your Price:$950.00 USD
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