Antique American Masonic Lodge Sword, 19th Century
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Antique, late 19th century, American lodge sword of a chevalier of the patriarch militant- the uniformed branch of the independent order of odd fellows (I.O.O.F). The independent order of odd fellows is a fraternal organization that originated in England and was established in the United States by Thomas Wildey in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 26, 1819.
DETAILS: straight double edged still blade etched and gold gilded and signed on ricasso by the maker Roundy & son Chicago, gold gilded brass hilt with the guard decorated with Masonic symbols, in its original engraved scabbard with ornate mountings.
CONDITION: overall in fine condition.
MEASUREMENTS: overall length in a straight line is 95 cm (37 ½ inches).
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- Militaria & Weapons
- 19th century
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