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Swords355 of 379Here is a sword-that was my dad's-I thought it was gone-but we found it lastnight! Old 22 Daringer and Old WWII Japanese Sword
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    Posted 13 years ago

    Piston51
    (3 items)

    I'm looking for any information on what I believe to be some kind of Masonic Sword in the first picture. The other one in the picture is a US Cavalry Sword which I've found info on.

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 13 years ago
      Your sword is definitely for a Fraternal organization-- unfortunately, I cannot ID which specific organization.

      Nice Cavalry saber-- is it maker marked?

      Scott
    2. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 13 years ago
      Beautiful Set!
    3. garrybeair garrybeair, 13 years ago
      it is a knights templar sword.sometimes the member would have there name on the blade,or the commandery they belonged to.most of the time these swords were past to sons or back to the commandery they belonged to.whar state did you find this in?

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