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Old Masonic Knights Templar Sword and Belt
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Old Masonic Knights Templar Sword and Belt

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Sold Date: 05/27/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



Up for auction is an old Masonic Knights Templar sword and belt.The sword is in good condition.The sword was made by M C Lilley and Co of Columbus Ohio.The blade has many nicely detailed scenes on it.The name on the sword is Charles A Zinn.His name is also etches onto the scabbard.Some of the silver on the scabbard is tarnished and will need to be cleaned.No rust on the sword or scabbard.The belt is in good condition also.These swors were used for ceremonial purposes.A nice sword to add to your collection.I'm listing another Masonic sword as well as a suitcase full of Masonic items.Any questions just ask.You must include the ebay number for the item purchased or shipment will be delayed up to 2 weeks.I don't accept any foreign personal or bank checks.Only checks issued by US banks.I will always combine shipping on multiple auctions won.Shipping price if quoted is for the lower 48 states only.All others ask for a quote.I can usually ship an item anyw in the world.Insurance is always available for 1.35 for the first 50.00 of coverage and 1.30 for each additional 100.00 of coverage.I will not be responsible items lost or damaged by the post office if not insured.Thanks for looking and have a great day.
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