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MID 19TH CENTURY 32ND DEGREE MASONIC SWORD WITH SKULL POMMEL: Circa 1860'S - 1870'S extremely rare Masonic sword for a 32nd degree Mason with figural skull pommel and crossbones guard. Marked Meyer Washington dealers name and owners name ''L. N. Robinson D.D.'' on blade. 32'' blade has etched Scottish Rite double headed eagle and floral motif. Blade has dark age staining and minor pitting all over, minor bend. All brass scabbard has incised cross. Note missing very drag tip. Some minor looseness to guard. Grip and pommel tight with original leather and twist wire. Measures 38'' long overall.
|Estimate||$600 – $800|
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