CIRCA 1815 – 1825 EAGLE HEAD SABER

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Item Code: 870-193

Manufactured: Unknown

Maker: Unknown

Year: 1815-1825

Model: Eagle Head

Size: 33.00”

Condition: VG

Early saber for a cavalry or mounted officer.  Brass eagle head has heavy attic patina and has a five ball design on the knucklebow.  Bone grip is checkered and has a vertical crack on both sides.  Blade has heavy staining and pitting.  Remnants of the original blue and gold remain. Both the obverse and reverse have the same etch pattern of foliate, stand of arms and foliate. Obverse ricasso has the maker initials of C.L.E. under the langet.

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