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Lot Number: 224
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Rare War of 1812 Period Horse Head Cavalry Sword

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c. 1800-1805, Rare War of 1812 “Horse Head” Decorated Cavalry Sword, Fine.

This c. 1800-1805 American War of 1812 Horse Head Cavalry Sword has a 32" curved single-edged blade with remnants of decorative acid-etched scenes. Gilded brass hilt and Horse Head pommel with about 20% gilding remaining (missing the knuckle bow, broken off). No scabbard. Measures 37" in overall length. A hard to find “Horse Head” Decorated Cavalry Sword in any condition.
Lot Number: 224
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