Eagle-pommel Sword and Scabbard, c. early to mid-19th century, brass eagle pommel with five-ball knuckle bow and counter-guard, reeded bone grip, fire-blued steel blade engraved with foliate designs and a panoply of arms, black leather scabbard with brass throat, middle band, and drag, blade lg. 28, overall lg. 34 1/2 in.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the acquisition fund of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum.
Knuckle guard looks to have a repair where it attaches to the pommel, not much blueing remains on the blade, scabbard is a bit dry and has shrunk a little.
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