CONFEDERATE BOYLE & GAMBLE NCO SWORD

$6,000.00

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Item Code: 870-499

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Manufactured: Richmond, VA

Maker: Boyle & Gamble

Year: Civil War

Model: N.C.O.

Size: 26.5in blade, .8 wide, widens to .9 near the tip

Condition: VG

These NCO swords are quite scarce. There were very few companies in the South that even made them. This example by Boyle, Gamble has a small oval guard with only a knuckle bow leading up to the undecorated pommel. Pommel is marked with the number ‘17’ - likely an assembly number. The guard has a recessed area on the underside with a two-step border and foliate decoration on the top. The quillon is flat sided with only decoration running down the top. The blade has a deeply ground, unstopped fuller beginning 1/2 inch from the guard and running 19 inches. The top seamed leather scabbard has a brass throat with frog stud and a brass drag with a long drag blade.

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