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Auction Date: September 10, 2010

Lot 1150: Very Early Large Masonic American Dagger with

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Very Early Large Masonic American Dagger with Scabbard
Estimated Price: $2,500 - $4,000
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Serial #Very Early Large Masonic American Dagger with ManufacturerNone ModelNone
TypeOther Gauge Catalog Page224
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DescriptionThe single fuller blade measures 9 1/4" long. Fancy silver hilt with fluted ivory handle. No maker markings. OAL: 13 3/4". Circa 1835 leather sheath with engraved silver throat and tip. The throat is engraved with a masonic emblem: a sun and three stars within a triangle.

ConditionFine. The blade has some mild spotting and pitting with a few light chips. The ivory handle shows a very even mellow patina and has a couple missing minor chips and some minor handling marks. Scabbard is good with minor flex wear with some flaking.
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