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American Stirrup Hilted Horseman Saber, with Original Scabbard, Circa 1765-1790

Broad un-fullered 32 5/8” curved blade; brass stirrup hilt with broad guard and flat bird’s head pommel cap having pointed overhang above and pointing towards the knuckle- bow. Straight quillon with scroll tip…backstrap and other brass nomenclature are in nice old patina. Spiral rib grip wrapped in brass ribbon (3 of 6 ribbons remain). The blade retains original cloth washer. The brass-mounted leather scabbard is embossed with a simple undulating vine centered by embossed straight-line borders. The slightly projecting shoulder of throat is slightly downturned whereas it was continuously rammed by quillon; also, missing frog stud. The frog with scalloped opening shows a few minor dings. Overall length: 38”.



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