VERY RARE BOYLE, GAMBLE NCO SWORD WITH LEATHER SCABBARD

$6,300.00 SOLD
Originally $7,000.00

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Item Code: 870-485

Manufactured: Richmond, VA

Maker: Boyle & Gamble

Year: Civil War

Model: B&G NCO

Size: 26.8 inch blade, .93 wide, .29 thick

Condition: Excellent+

This NCO has the standard straight blade with a 19 inch single, unstopped fuller beginning 1 inch from the guard. The guard has cast decoration on the top side and on the top of the quillon. The sides of the quillon are flat. The plain pommel has # 2 stamped on the collar as well as # 2 on the knuckle bow. The grip is smooth leather with copper wire wrap. The top seamed leather scabbard has a brass throat with frog stud and is pinned from the reverse to hold it in place. This drag is an old replacement.  [ph:L]

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