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US M1855 SABER BAYONET W/ SCABBARD, FOR M1841 “MISSISSIPPI RIFLE"

US M1855 SABER BAYONET W/ SCABBARD, FOR M1841 “MISSISSIPPI RIFLE"

See THE AMERICAN BAYONET, A. Hardin, p. 89.) In 1855, Secretary of War Jefferson Davis authorized updating the M1841 rifle to .58 caliber, to be fitted with a sabre bayonet. The ordnance board… (1047-142). Learn More »

EARLY PRODUCTION WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN K98 MAUSER BAYONET

EARLY PRODUCTION WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN K98 MAUSER BAYONET

This is the standard German army bayonet of World War Two, designed to fit the Karabiner 98 Kurz rifle (the Mauser K98), a shorter, modified version of the 1898 Mauser, that was adopted by the German… (1047-179). Learn More »

$95.00
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MARK 2 NAVY FIGHTING KNIFE BY CAMILLUS WITH SCABBARD

MARK 2 NAVY FIGHTING KNIFE BY CAMILLUS WITH SCABBARD

The knife meas. approx. 12.00 inches long from point to pommel. The semi-bright blade is approx. 6.75 inches long. It has a clipped point with a true edge that shows signs of sharpening but is free of… (172-5493). Learn More »

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET

The Winchester-Lee 1895 Straight-pull rifle was the primary issue long arm of both the US Navy and Marine Corps from 1895 to 1900 and thus at the forefront of American expansion to a global power. An… (1037-375). Learn More »

EXCELLENT WOSTENHOLM I*XL BOWIE KNIFE AND BELT SHEATH

EXCELLENT WOSTENHOLM I*XL BOWIE KNIFE AND BELT SHEATH

Wostenholm is a name intimately associated with knives of the American Bowie Knife era. They registered the “I*XL” trademark (obviously a play on “I Excel”) in 1831 and moved aggressively into… (30-2173). Learn More »

M1859 SHARPS SABER BAYONET

M1859 SHARPS SABER BAYONET

Saber-style bayonet for the Sharps Rifle. The overall length of this bayonet is 26 ½” while the graceful-looking, slightly curved blade itself is 21 ½” long. Bayonet was primarily intended for… (1037-406). Learn More »

MOSIN-NAGANT M1891 BAYONET

MOSIN-NAGANT M1891 BAYONET

Mosin-Nagant rifles qualify as the oldest military weapons still in use, showing up in the Middle East and even as sniper rifles in established armed forces. During World War One they were the main… (E2911). Learn More »

SCARCE MODEL 1872 “NATIONAL ARMORY” CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

SCARCE MODEL 1872 “NATIONAL ARMORY” CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

This lighter version of the 1860 pattern cavalry saber was adopted for cavalry officers in 1872 and spread to mounted officers of other services starting in 1878. Initial production at Springfield was… (1047-102). Learn More »

TAYLOR FUR COMPANY “AMERICAN PELT KNIFE”

TAYLOR FUR COMPANY “AMERICAN PELT KNIFE”

The Taylor Fur Company was established in St. Louis about 1870 and still exists as part of another company. Their specialty was hunting and trapping supplies, and were perhaps best known for their… (30-2183). Learn More »

1840 HEAVY CAVALRY SABER BY AMES DATED 1846 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

1840 HEAVY CAVALRY SABER BY AMES DATED 1846 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

A classic US model 1840 cavalry saber by Ames in outstanding condition that would be hard to equal, let alone surpass, and bearing a Mexican War date as well. The blade is mirror bright, showing the… (1075-01). Learn More »

IMPORT MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

IMPORT MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

This original Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s sword is complete with the original metal scabbard. The drawn sword measures a total length of 38.50 inches from tip to pommel. The steel blade is… (881-13). Learn More »

$1,595.00
Originally $1,795.00
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SILVER MOUNTED DIRK WITH ETCHED STEEL GUARD AND DOUBLE-EDGED, LEAF-SHAPED BLADE

SILVER MOUNTED DIRK WITH ETCHED STEEL GUARD AND DOUBLE-EDGED, LEAF-SHAPED BLADE

This a very elegant, but also somewhat vicious looking dirk that might cause one to reconsider palming a card even in a friendly game of poker. The knife is 8 ½ inches overall and the wide,… (30-2174). Learn More »

REMINGTON ZOUAVE SWORD BAYONET

REMINGTON ZOUAVE SWORD BAYONET

Popularly known as the “Remington Zouave,” the Remington Model 1862 U.S. Contract Rifle was produced from 1863 to 1864 by Remington and 10,001 were delivered to the government (the odd number… (1037-401). Learn More »

WAR OF 1812 ERA “AMERICAN INFANTRY” BLADE IN A DIPLOMATIC SWORD MOUNTING

WAR OF 1812 ERA “AMERICAN INFANTRY” BLADE IN A DIPLOMATIC SWORD MOUNTING

This is a very interesting sword. The hilt is identical to Plate 65b of the Medicus collection, which Flayderman identifies as an American diplomatic sword circa 1830-1850, but which some parallels… (870-225). Learn More »

SCARCE 1843 PATTERN REVENUE-MARINE SWORD

SCARCE 1843 PATTERN REVENUE-MARINE SWORD

The Ames Sword Company catalog of 1882/83 lists this sword as number 538 and describes it as the “Old Regulation Revenue and Marine,” by which they mean the old regulation “Revenue-Marine,”… (870-38). Learn More »

1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER BY AMES DATED 1861

1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER BY AMES DATED 1861

This is the regulation pattern saber adopted in 1840 for mounted artillerymen. Ames delivered some 2,000 in 1861, part from an 1859 contract and some 700 from an 1861 contract. The hilt is the… (809-94). Learn More »

1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PUBLISHED IN <i>US ARMY SWORDS</i>

1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PUBLISHED IN US ARMY SWORDS

The 1860 staff officer’s sword was occasionally used by general officers as well, leading to the mistaken nomenclature of, “Staff and Field Officer’s Sword.” Many staff officers, and generals,… (809-95). Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY MILLER & CO. WITH MINTY ETCHING

US MODEL 1840 MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY MILLER & CO. WITH MINTY ETCHING

Introduced in 1840 for army surgeons and assistant surgeons, this sword is in just the kind of condition you like to find in piece coming out an estate: just enough age to the hilt and scabbard… (809-96). Learn More »

SWISS K31 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

SWISS K31 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

These Swiss Model 1918 bayonets were issued with the Schmidt-Rubin carbine patterns of 1911 and with the K31, which was adopted in 1933 and remained in service until 1958. Perhaps the most significant… (E2822). Learn More »

FIRST PATTERN 1887 SPRINGFIELD HOSPITAL CORPS KNIFE

FIRST PATTERN 1887 SPRINGFIELD HOSPITAL CORPS KNIFE

Measuring about 17 inches overall with a 12-inch blade, just 1056 of these knives were made at Springfield Armory from 1889 through 1891. They were meant for use by medical personnel in clearing… (1047-192). Learn More »


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RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

This is an example of an extremely rare Sharps Model 1855 U.S. Navy rifle. Sharps only manufactured approximately 263 of these rifles in 1856. They were serial numbered in the 20,000 to 21,000 range. The Navy received 200 of this rifles in 1857 with… (490-1676). Learn More »

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