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LOT 470

Lot 470

Scottish Type Basket Hilted Sword Presentation Dress Sword, J.R. Gaunt and Son, London and Birmingham, 1930

Scottish Type Basket Hilted Sword Presentation Dress Sword,  J.R. Gaunt and Son, London and Birmingham, 1930
Lot 470 Details
Scottish Type Basket Hilted Sword Presentation Dress Sword, J.R. Gaunt and Son, London and Birmingham, 1930

engraved to Capt. H.A. Moyer of the Scots Fusiliers of Canada, North Waterloo Regiment, and dated on the acid etch decorated blade, in leather scabbard
height 41 in — 104.1 cm

Estimate $200-$300

Realised: $780
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Scottish Type Basket Hilted Sword Presentation Dress Sword,  J.R. Gaunt and Son, London and Birmingham, 1930
  • Scottish Type Basket Hilted Sword Presentation Dress Sword,  J.R. Gaunt and Son, London and Birmingham, 1930
  • Scottish Type Basket Hilted Sword Presentation Dress Sword,  J.R. Gaunt and Son, London and Birmingham, 1930

CONDITION DETAILS

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  • 5 Stars: Excellent - No discernable damage, flaws or imperfections
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