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The sword resembles a scaled down version of the French model 1816 artillery sword. The sword has cast brass fish scale grip with a rooster (cock) on both sides of pommel. The quillon has a flower decoration on each side. The double fullered blade is 17 1/4" long and 1 1/4" wide at ricasso. The balde is quite nice with scattered minor patina and light pitting. The blade may have been shortened at one time. The leather has both brass mounts and split stitching. The frog stud is broken off and the leather was sliced to allow attachment to a belt. The chape has denting. 22 1/4". Very Good-Excellent

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3860 Ben Hur Ave.
Unit 8
Willoughby, OH 44094
United States
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