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This grouping has 5 fine examples of American cavalry sabers, dating from 1820 through WWI and Civil War Naval cutlass. 1) 1821 dated Nathan Starr saber with orig scabbard. 2) 1847 dated Ames heavy cavalry saber with original scabbard. 3) Blade is 1861 dated Ames Cavalry, though hilt is model 1850 foot officer’s which is an unusual combination but functional. 4) Regulation 1906 iron hilted U.S. cavalry saber, in original scabbard. 5) 1914 dated Patton cavalry saber in original scabbard. 6) 1862 dated Ames Naval cutlass. 7) Sword cane with 25-1/2″ colichemarde blade, 34″ overall, horn handle with silver colored ferrule with owners initials “JB”. Also included in this lot is a 35″ crown stag handled cane gun. PROVENANCE: The Estate of G. W. “Bill” Stewart of Sonora, Texas. CONDITION: Generally Good to Very Good overall. 49973-239 JS (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2232

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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