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FRAMED C. J. PUGLIESE SWORD ENGRAVINGS

FRAMED C. J. PUGLIESE SWORD ENGRAVINGS

These original engravings by well-known military artist C.J. Pugliese features obverse and reverse views of the hilt of a Confederate sword with the “CS” showing. Image is clear and shows great… (933-13). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS HEWER

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS HEWER

Blade meas. approx. 10 ½” long x approx. 1 ½” wide. It has a squared, blunt tip and is nickel or silver plated. Blade has a deep fuller at center that runs approx. 8” long. The top edge of the… (172-3642). Learn More »

CIRCA 1740 HESSIAN BAYONET

CIRCA 1740 HESSIAN BAYONET

Iron socket bayonet with a triangular blade meas. approx. 11.50 inches long with an approx. 3.00 inch mortised socket. The iron surfaces are dark and lightly pitted throughout. Flat of the blade is… (377-25). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 SABER BAYONET

MODEL 1855 SABER BAYONET

The blade is approximately 21 ½ inches in length. No stampings on the ricasso. Fuller is about 15” long. It is a gunmetal gray color with blotchy age spots. There is one minor nick on the blade.… (172-4290). Learn More »

MODEL 1872 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY ARTILLERY SABER

MODEL 1872 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY ARTILLERY SABER

These sabers were made by the Springfield Armory from about 1880 into the 1890’s. Overall the sword meas. 36.50 inches from point to pommel. Blade is approx. 32.25 inches long with an unstopped… (172-4451). Learn More »

WORLD WAR 2 MODEL 39 ITALIAN FIGHTING KNIFE

WORLD WAR 2 MODEL 39 ITALIAN FIGHTING KNIFE

The Model 39 has armed Special Forces such as paratroopers, sapper units and other assault troops. The blade measures 8 1/8” long, x 5 mm thick at the guard. Has an upper false edge, and a sturdy… (172-4301). Learn More »

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET

Short 2” socket. Very flat blade measures approx. 12.5” in length x 1 ¼” wide. Dates to mid-18th century. Nice dark smooth patina. Unusual mortise with bayonet able to “lock” in either… (377-17). Learn More »

SHEFFIELD SWINGUARD FOLDING HUNTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

SHEFFIELD SWINGUARD FOLDING HUNTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

This exceptional knife is maker marked on the ricasso, “JNOWILL & SONS / SHEFFIELD”, and, “JNOWILL & SONS / SHEFFIELD” near the false edge. Measures 14 ½” total length when opened… (482-411). Learn More »

SHORTENED DUTCH / GERMANIC MID-18TH CENTURY BAYONET

SHORTENED DUTCH / GERMANIC MID-18TH CENTURY BAYONET

Blade measures 9 ½”, socket 3 ½” with a partially removed rear ring. Blade is 1 3/16” in width. Square sided neck. Some light pitting.   [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (377-16). Learn More »

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET, CIRCA MID-18TH CENTURY

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET, CIRCA MID-18TH CENTURY

Blade measures 14 5/8” x 1 5/16” and may be from an English made bayonet. Socket measures just under 3” with a crudely cut mortise. The neck joins the socket with a shank attachment shield with… (377-27). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

MODEL 1873 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

Model 1873 bayonet for the 45-70 rifle. Stamped US/S. Moderate to heavy spots of rust throughout the bayonet. Scabbard is the McKenny patent type with A.R.SMITH inspector stamp. Locking ring is… (E1904). Learn More »

MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

Simon Backus Bissell was born in Fairlee, Vt., on October 28, 1808. He was appointed Midshipman on November 6, 1824, Passed Midshipman on June 4 1831, and Lieutenant December 9, 1837. At the beginning… (870-63). Learn More »

ITALIAN MANUFACTURED 1852 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

ITALIAN MANUFACTURED 1852 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

An unusual pattern variant made in 1864. The maker or more likely the supplier’s name is on the top scabbard mount and reads: “V. Labruna/in/Napoli”. The grip is 3 7/8” long and topped with… (870-17). Learn More »

SMALL PATTERN W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILADELPHIA PRE-CIVIL WAR FOOT OFFICER’S  / NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

SMALL PATTERN W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILADELPHIA PRE-CIVIL WAR FOOT OFFICER’S / NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

A rather unusual sword that was custom cast by Horstmann utilizing a modified Navy guard from the M1852 Naval Officer’s Sword. The underside of the guard has oak leaves and acorns with a riband with… (344-3244). Learn More »

AN UNUSUAL MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY SAUERBIER

AN UNUSUAL MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY SAUERBIER

Manufactured by the Newark, New Jersey firm of Henry Sauerbier. Sword meets all the normal requirements for this sword with a few exceptions. It has a metal scabbard instead of the normally seen… (870-32). Learn More »

CIRCA 1812-1820 GERMAN HANGER

CIRCA 1812-1820 GERMAN HANGER

The blade of this interesting sword measures 26”. It has a main fuller running nearly the entire length with a secondary fuller approx. 18” of the length. The last 8 ½” of the blade has a false… (344-3245). Learn More »

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET, MID-18TH CENTURY

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET, MID-18TH CENTURY

Untouched attic condition. Socket measures 2 ¾” and has two cracks along lap seams, the entire length. Blade measures 15 ¾” long, 1 1/8” wide. Very narrow slot and short. Overall smooth nice… (377-19). Learn More »

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET

Nice untouched attic condition. Mid-18th century. Socket meas. 2 7/8”. Damaged on front of socket. Crude seam lap on neck. Blade length 13 ¼”, width 1 1/8”. Unusual attachment shield neck to… (377-18). Learn More »

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET

EARLY AMERICAN BAYONET

Nice, untouched mid-18th century bayonet. Socket measures 2 ¾”; blade 12 ¾” long, 1 1/8” wide. Overall 16 ¼”. Socket metal is very thin along lap seam. … (377-20). Learn More »

C. 1740 – 60 HESSIAN BAYONET

C. 1740 – 60 HESSIAN BAYONET

Colonial era. Very distinctive flat horizontal blade. 12.25” long, 1” wide. Socket 3 3/16”. Scarce bayonet. Blade has heavy pitting. socket shows signs of years of use.  … (377-24). Learn More »


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C1850-60 SHAKO IDENTIFIED TO HENRY K. WHITE, 71ST NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, AND LATER OWNER OF H. K. WHITE MILITARY GOODS

A beautiful example of the headgear worn up to the outbreak of the American Civil War. The body is paste board covered in a very high quality dark blue wool and measures approx. 7” tall. The crown is black painted leather in very good condition… (33-273). Learn More »

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