Antique American Revolutionary War Sword Hanger
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Authentic antique typical American made Sword-Hanger from the Revolutionary War period time. DETAILS: An elementary brass stirrup-shaped hilt, a wooden grip with spiraled grooves, on one side cut in are the initials "M K" and on the other the number 7, a pommel decorated with radiating channels. A slightly curved single -edged blade with fuller and brass mounted leather scabbard.
CONDITION: The leather scabbard is in a very poor condition broken and twisted, absence of the chape, the locket is not tight on the scabbard and is coming off, the blade is pitted overall but is otherwise in a good and untouched condition.
REFERENSES: For similar swords see "Historic American Swords" by Howard R.Crouch, "American Swords from the Philip Medicus Collection" by Norm Flayderman, "Battle Weapons of the American Revolution" by George. C.Neumann, "Weapons of the American Revolution and Accoutrement" by Warren Moore, "Swords Blades of the American Revolution" by George C.Neumann.
MEASUREMENTS: The overall length is: 78 cm (30 ¾ in).
Shipping:Negotiated with Seller
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- Militaria & Weapons
- 18th century
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