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U.S. Militia Infantry Sword
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
31" blade length, 37" overall length. Blade engraved with panoply of arms, finished with blue and gilt.  "Indian princess" pommel with fancy guard and eagles on the languets. Pearl grip panels with gilt brass wire wrapping.  Metal scabbard with chased floral designs. Two carrying rings on scabbard.   

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It retains 85% of fire blue and gilt on the blade and 90% of the silver wash on the hilt. Pearl grip panels are fine. Some minor pitting on the last 6" of the blade tip. The engraved scabbard has one small dent and has approximately 30% of the silver wash.
Sold: $660.00
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