South American Presentation Sword

  • This presentation sword is believed to have come from the collection of a South American diplomat
  • The quality and craftsmanship of this ceremonial sword denotes its importance
  • Intricate gilt bronze forms the pommel, grip and cross guard
  • The figural pommel takes the form of the Greek goddess of war, Athena
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Item No. 30-2303

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Believed to have originated from the collection of a South American diplomat, the exquisiteness of this presentation sword conveys its ownership by an individual of great importance. A fine engraved brass scabbard protects the sleek blued steel blade of this ceremonial sword. Intricately worked gilt bronze forms the grip, cross guard and figural pommel crafted in the form of the Greek goddess of war, Athena. 

Circa 1820

Overall: 39 1/2" length
Blade: 33" length
This presentation sword is believed to have belonged to a South American diplomat
Period: 19th Century
Type: Arms and Armor
Depth: 4.0 Inches
Length: 0
Width: 4.0 Inches
Height: 39.5 Inches

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