US NAVAL SURGEON’S SWORD, C1820-1830

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Item Code: 870-11

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Manufactured: Unknown  Maker: Unknown  Year: 1820-1830  Model: Naval Surgeon Sword

Size: 25.75  Condition: VG

Great early naval surgeon sword.  Guard has high grade casting on knucklebow, pommel and has anchor langets.  Guard retains a fair amount of the original gilt. Ivory grips are carved and the obverse side has a vertical crack.  Blade is gray and has little of the original gold gilt remaining.  Obverse side foliate - liberty cap / foliate - liberty cap / foliate - fouled anchor - foliate / foliate - anchor / foliate/  Reverse side anchor / foliate / foliate - union shield / US Eagle with EPU ribbon / foliate - foliate.  Scabbard is brass with some original gilt and is hand chased around the mount bands and drag.  Center of scabbard is chased with a stand of flags, arms and an anchor.

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