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Jeffrey Greene




Location: Richland, Georgia USA
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PostPosted: Tue 23 Nov, 2010 11:03 am    Post subject: Scabbard for a Sinclair Saber         Reply with quote

Can anyone help me out? I have built a replica Sinclair Saber and would like to make a proper, historically accurate scabbard for it. Does anyone know what the scabbards might have looked like, or if any original examples still exist? Every photo I have ever seen of these swords shows them without the scabbards, and I would suppose that due to their organic nature, scabbards don't survive well, but I was hoping that perhaps someone had seen one somewhere. Thanks for any help you could offer!
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