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Bronze sword

Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum and I'm wondering if there are any bronze sword specialists on here who can help me out. I bought this sword around 20 years ago from eBay with a Christie's certificate of authenticity. Some years later why I was working away my 5 year old son thought it would be a good idea to take it outside and play sword fights with his friends. At some point I had realized it was missing on asking my wife where it had gone!! She had explained our son had taken it out to play toy fights with his friends and had broken it in two so his friends mother had thrown it in the bin thinking it was a peice of scrap. Last year I was going through some old paperwork and came across the certificate for the sword as I did Not have this sword anymore I disided to throw it out. Later on that year I needed to have some work done to my wall and the builders asked if I could trim the Bush back so they could get at the wall on doing this I found the sword as you can imagine I was amazed as it had been 6/7 years and I was told it had been thrown in the trash, it had been snapped but it was the hilt of the award that was missing. I can't remember anything about the sword I.e where it was from year it was made, could anyone help with this? I can't find a way of putting any photos on this post but have put one on my profile photo. Kind Regards Darren

Re: Bronze sword

I am not an expert in this field But if you find the solution, I am interested

 

 

 

 

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