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French ambassador sword in the Napoleonic era at the beginning of the 19th For Sale


French ambassador sword in the Napoleonic era at the beginning of the 19th
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French ambassador sword in the Napoleonic era at the beginning of the 19th :
$5000.00

French ambassador sword in the Napoleonic era at the beginning of the 19th century.
1818 sword with ebony handle. Triangular blade blued in 1/3 of the upper part with precious golden drawing details. Exceptional conservation.
Total measures of the sword 91 cm. Sheet measures 78 cm.
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