WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD, ID’D TO CLASS OF 1932

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Item Code: 266-1004

This is a circa 1960s sword from a Class of 1932 cadet.

Cast brass cross guard, grip, and pommel; plated. Each end of the cross guard features an eagle head with coiled snake clutched in its beak. The Athenian helmet seal is in the center. At some time after 1922, this seal was adopted into the Academy's coat of arms, instead of the letters "MA". Grip is brass impressed to resemble wire wrap.

Blade is double edged and remains polished bright. Etching remains crisp with scene of cadets with flags / USMA seal / “United State Military Academy” in ribbon / Great Seal / foliate and then the maker’s name and logos, “N.S. Meyer Inc. West Germany” on one side and the cadet’s name surrounded by additional scenes from West Point on the other side.

Chromed scabbard features a brass throat and drag. No dings or dents. Beautiful bright finish overall. With cloth bag.

Albert E. Stoltz was born March 18, 1910 in Texas. He was in West Point cadet class of 1932. He rose through the ranks making Colonel in December 1943.

A very nice ca. 1960s USMA Cadet sword named to a WW2 veteran.  [jet] [PH:M]

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