OLDWARES" ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES You cannot pay with PayPal on this auction! Personal Checks, Money Orders & Cashier Checks are acceptable. Old Knights Templar Masonic Lodge Sword Offered in this no reserve auction is this old Knights Templar masonic sword & scabbard. The sword measures 36" from the point of the blade to the top of the eagle pommel. The sword in the scabbard measures 39 3/4" in length. The handle is leather wrapped and in excellent condition. T are medival engravings on the blade. The area reserved for a name to be engraved on is still blank. The blade is in good condition with no rust or bad areas. It shows a little light wear and could use a little polish. The scabbard has a copper like finish that shows some wear to the finish. On the scabbard is an applied decoration with letters entwined (see close-up). Looks like the letters are a KE & C or maybe a G. If the one letter is a G, wouldn't that represent the Knights of the Golden Eagle? But, above that decoration is the Knights Templar logo of a crown & a shield. " I do have a KGE sword listed on another auction." This sword is not signed with a makers' mark, but believe it was made by J.H. Lambert & Sons of Philadelphia, as I have seen others, almost identical to this one signed Lambert. Check out the other fraternal sword, Knights of the Golden Eagle, I have listed on another auction. LARGER ITEMS MAY BE SHIPPED USING FED EX GROUND QUALITY ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES DETAILED ACCURATE DESCRIPTIONS WORLDWIDE SHIPPING NO RESERVE LOW SHIPPING RATES & COMBINED SHIPPING EXPERT SAFE PACKAGING SORRY - I DO NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL Thank you for looking at this item! We describe as accurately as possible. Please ask any relevant questions before bidding. I DO NOT TAKE PAYPAL. Pennsylvania residents pay PA sales tax. Thanks for bidding & GOOD LUCK! WINNING BIDDERS PLEASE USE EBAY CHECKOUT The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
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