J & J Egan

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J & J Egan

Postby Waggoner » 18 Jul 2016 19:48

I am researching a Pattern 1845 British Infantry Officers' sword. It has the hinged guard so it was likely made between 1845 and 1854 or so. The intriguing thing about it is that the realtor's mark is: J&J Egan/St. Johns/New Brunswick. I cannot find out anything about this company. It could have been a military tailor in Saint John or a branch office of a UK firm. Does anyone have any information about the firm of J&J Egan?

All the best,

Gary
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