Late 19th Century Argentine Naval Officers Sword

Late 19th Century Argentine Naval Officers Sword

You are considering a vintage Late 19th Century Argentine Naval Officers Sword. It’s in excellent shape for its age with light wear from usage, storage, and handling. The metalwork is holding up nicely and has no rust or pitting concerns. The blade was not sharpened, and its engraving is in good condition. The pommel and guard have no issues, but the pearl grips are a bit loose fitting. This sword has its previous owner’s name engraved along the top; “Jose Paz Guillen 1883”.  It was manufactured in Germany by Kirschbaum Solingen. This is a neat piece of history and something cool to add to an Argentina militaria collection.


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