FRAMED BRASS GUARD OF A MILITIA NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER’S SWORD

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Originally $135.00

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Item Code: 565-160

This brass counterguard is from a knights-head Non-commissioned Officer’s sword that was used from 1850-1870 with many seeing use during the Civil War.

The piece consists of two elongated triangular quillons with panels that contain a patriotic shield bearing thirteen stars in a horizontal pattern over vertical stripes.

Brass has a nice light untouched patina and comes mounted in a modern 12.75 x 12.50 inch frame that is 3.00 inches deep. Mounted below the item is a brass nomenclature plaque.

Very attractive piece.

 

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