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VERY SCARCE 1832 DATED FOOT ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD, FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

VERY SCARCE 1832 DATED FOOT ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD, FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

Among the new standardized sword patterns adopted by the U.S. Army between 1832 and 1834 was a short sword was modeled on the French 1816 pattern for artillerymen on foot. Looking like an ancient… (870-465). Learn More »

MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 78TH NEW YORK ADJUTANT

MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 78TH NEW YORK ADJUTANT

This original Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s sword is complete with the original metal scabbard. This handsome edged weapon was carried by many higher-ranking Federal officers during the Civil… (2020-656). Learn More »

MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD MARKED “COLLINS & CO 1862”

MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD MARKED “COLLINS & CO 1862”

The drawn sword measures a total length of 36.50 inches from tip to pommel. The steel blade is 31.00 inches long with a 15.25 inch narrow fuller and a 22.00 inch wide stopped fuller. The blade surface… (1087-06). Learn More »

CIRCA 1815 – 1825 EAGLE HEAD SABER

CIRCA 1815 – 1825 EAGLE HEAD SABER

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1815-1825 Model: Eagle Head Size: 33.00” Condition: VG Early saber for a cavalry or mounted officer.  Brass eagle head has heavy attic patina and has a… (790-10). Learn More »

TIFFANY CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER WITH COLLINS & CO. BLADE

TIFFANY CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER WITH COLLINS & CO. BLADE

Eagle quillon, gold washed Collins blade. Tiffany / Collins production. Manufactured: Hartford, CT. Maker: Collins / Tiffany Year: Civil War Model: M1860 Cavalry Officer Size: 35 inch blade Condition:… (790-09). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL AMES 1852 US NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD

BEAUTIFUL AMES 1852 US NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD

The 1852 US Naval officer’s sword was a beautiful design that continues in use, though with scaled down blade, hilt and mounts. This is a beautiful example of the Civil War version by Ames. The… (172-5509). Learn More »

MODEL 1868 WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD, ID’D TO CLASS OF 1928

MODEL 1868 WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD, ID’D TO CLASS OF 1928

Cast brass cross guard, grip, and pommel with nice mellow patina. Each end of the cross guard features an eagle head with coiled snake clutched in its beak. An oval with “MA” is in the center. At… (266-1002). Learn More »

US MODEL 1816 REMINGTON-MANYARD CONVERSION BAYONET

US MODEL 1816 REMINGTON-MANYARD CONVERSION BAYONET

This Model 1816 socket bayonet was issued to fit the percussion Model 1816 Hewes & Phillips conversion and the Remington Maynard type conversions. Spotted gray patina with dark age spots. Marked… (1037-448). Learn More »

US MODEL 1816 HARPER’S FERRY ARSENAL SOCKET BAYONET

US MODEL 1816 HARPER’S FERRY ARSENAL SOCKET BAYONET

An original pre-Civil War socket bayonet issued with the US Model 1816 Harper’s Ferry Flintlock Musket. Standard pattern .67 caliber socket bayonet with Harper’s Ferry markings “US” over… (1037-431). Learn More »

VERY RARE 1834 ENGINEER AND MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY HENRY BOKER, BELONGING TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN HENDRICKSON, WHO LOST A LEG AT FREDERICKSBURG, 83rd NEW YORK VOLS (9th NYSM) AND 13th V.R.C.

VERY RARE 1834 ENGINEER AND MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY HENRY BOKER, BELONGING TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN HENDRICKSON, WHO LOST A LEG AT FREDERICKSBURG, 83rd NEW YORK VOLS (9th NYSM) AND 13th V.R.C.

New patterns of swords for the U.S. army were developed from 1832 to 1834. This elegant smallsword pattern (variously called by collectors the 1832 or 1834 pattern) was designated for officers of… (870-325). Learn More »

RARE, ONE-OF-A-KIND, SPECIAL ORDER U.S. 1839 PATTERN TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER’S SWORD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

RARE, ONE-OF-A-KIND, SPECIAL ORDER U.S. 1839 PATTERN TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER’S SWORD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Topographical Engineer swords extremely scarce to begin with and this is a “one-off,” custom-made example by Ames with a scaled down blade and scabbard for a specific officer in that elite corps.… (870-598). Learn More »

RARE FIRST PATTERN U.S. M1839 TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER’S SWORD: THE ONLY KNOWN U.S. INSPECTED EXAMPLE & PROBABLY THE GOVERNMENT MODEL

RARE FIRST PATTERN U.S. M1839 TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER’S SWORD: THE ONLY KNOWN U.S. INSPECTED EXAMPLE & PROBABLY THE GOVERNMENT MODEL

The is the rarest of the rare: the only Topographical Engineer officer's saber that is government inspected and is thought by Thillmann to be the “model” sword for the pattern since it bears… (870-328). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CONDITIONED WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DRESS BAYONET

EXCELLENT CONDITIONED WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DRESS BAYONET

The overall length of the bayonet is approx. 15.50 inches. The blade itself meas. approx. 9.75 inches. The blade is of nickel/silver plated, drop forged, steel construction. Each side of the blade has… (378-38). Learn More »

MASSIVE CIVIL WAR “DAHLGREN” SHORT NAVY BOWIE KNIFE BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

MASSIVE CIVIL WAR “DAHLGREN” SHORT NAVY BOWIE KNIFE BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

This edged weapon is a rare, original Pattern 1861 “Dahlgren” bowie knife often referred to as the Plymouth Naval Rifle Bowie Knife Bayonet. Designed in 1856 by U.S. Navy Admiral John A. B.… (721-105). Learn More »

CAPT. JAMES O. McCLURE, GENERAL BANKS’ BODY GUARD: ETCHED BLADE INSCRIBED 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY WILLARD & HAWLEY

CAPT. JAMES O. McCLURE, GENERAL BANKS’ BODY GUARD: ETCHED BLADE INSCRIBED 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY WILLARD & HAWLEY

This very nice US Model 1850 Staff and Field officer’s sword by Willard and Hawley of Syracuse, NY, has great blade etching that includes an officer holding a U.S. flag aloft as he surmounts enemy… (846-143). Learn More »

US MODEL 1812 .69 CALIBER SOCKET BAYONET

US MODEL 1812 .69 CALIBER SOCKET BAYONET

Bayonet manufactured for the US model 1812 Springfield Flintlock Musket. Socket bayonet measures 20” overall, blade length 16.50”. Stamped “US” on the flat of blade. Inspector letters “JA”… (1037-468). Learn More »

PATTERN 1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

PATTERN 1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

The Pattern 1854 Austrian Lorenz is the second most imported rifle after the British Pattern 1853 Enfield. Scabbard has a black leather covered wood body made to fit the quadrangle socket bayonet. The… (172-5491). Learn More »

VICTORIAN HALBERD

VICTORIAN HALBERD

Dating about 1890, this halberd testifies to the popularity of Old World art and architecture to newly prosperous Americans from about 1870 to 1920 who hoped some of the sheen of old aristocracy would… (766-1184). Learn More »

WEST POINT MODEL 1839 CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD

WEST POINT MODEL 1839 CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD

A very nice military academy cadet sword with iron scabbard. Cast brass cross guard, grip, and pommel. Cross guard shows no inspector marks. All brass has matching light patina. Grip is brass… (266-1000). Learn More »

CIRCA 1795-1808 SOCKET BAYONET

CIRCA 1795-1808 SOCKET BAYONET

18TH Century triangular iron socket bayonet. Bayonet measures 16 ¾” overall, socket measures 2 ¾” and blade measures 13”. Stamped on flat of blade large letters “US”, inspector’s… (1037-453). Learn More »

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NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly embellished and upgraded from regulation patterns, to… (870-653). Learn More »

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