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Non-regulation Civil War naval officer’s sword. It has a brass navy style eagle pommel with a back strap. The guard is a solid cup with false branches. It contains a raised medallion with an eagle on an anchor and is surrounded by stars. It has a folding counter guard and a sharkskin grip. The blade is engraved with an anchor and marked 1864 Napoli Labruna. The scabbard is of leather with brass mounts. The top one being marked V Labruna in Napoli.

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Non-regulation Civil War naval officer’s sword. It has a brass eagle pommel with eagle feather running down the back strap. It has a solid cup guard with false branches and a medallion containing an eagle on an anchor. It has a folding counter guard. The blade is engraved with "United States Navy", eagles, a sailor, shield and arms.

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US model 1841 Naval officer’s sword marked Joseph Storrs-Cheapside-London. It has an eagle pommel, ivory grip and a folding guard. The blade is decorated in blue and gold and contains a circle of stars, an anchor, and the maker’s name and warranted. It has a leather scabbard with brass mounts depicting an anchor, oak leaves and thirteen stars. The owner was unfortunate enough to die on ship and is buried at sea.

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US model 1841 regulation naval officer’s sword. This style has a folding guard and counter guard. It has an engraved quill back blade engraved "United States Navy" with an eagle, sailor and arms. It has a black leather scabbard with brass mounts decorated with anchors and oak leaves. Both the blade and the scabbard are marked Ames Mfg. Co.-Springfield (Mass).

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