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AMES MODEL 1840 CAVALRY SABER DATED 1850

AMES MODEL 1840 CAVALRY SABER DATED 1850

The drawn saber meas. approx. 42.00 inches from point to pommel. The blade meas. approx. 36.25 inches with a central fuller that is 25.75 inches long. The surface of the blade is bright and very… (490-2144). Learn More »

EXCELLENT REGULATION U.S. 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD WITH SCABBARD, LIKELY BY EMERSON AND SILVER

EXCELLENT REGULATION U.S. 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD WITH SCABBARD, LIKELY BY EMERSON AND SILVER

This very pretty 1850 pattern sword for field and staff officers has loads of gilt finish remaining on the brass hilt and scabbard mounts, all of the blue/brown finish yet on the scabbard body, and a… (490-2141). Learn More »

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET CONVERTED TO A FIGHTING KNIFE

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET CONVERTED TO A FIGHTING KNIFE

Hardin, p. 154, called the Winchester Lee bayonet, “short, lightweight, and effective.” These same qualities led someone to create a fighting knife out of this one. The muzzle ring was cut down… (1037-376). Learn More »

$95.00
ON HOLD

ORNATE NON-REGULATION MODEL 1850 FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 141ST NEW YORK MAJOR

ORNATE NON-REGULATION MODEL 1850 FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 141ST NEW YORK MAJOR

Sword is identified to Charles W. Clanharty [Clauharty] who rose to be Major and then Lieutenant-Colonel (not mustered) in the 141st New York Infantry. The drawn sword meas. approx. 37.25 inches from… (846-118). Learn More »

$4,350.00
Originally $4,950.00

MODEL 1855 SWORD BAYONET FOR THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE

MODEL 1855 SWORD BAYONET FOR THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE

An original Harpers Ferry sword bayonet of the type that was being retrofitted for the older Model 1841 “Mississippi” rifles. Measures 27 ¼” long overall with a 22 3/8” long blade. The blade… (490-2128). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

This high-grade Ames sword displays a nice combination of history art. It shows some non-regulation elements that are not uncommon on militia swords, but generally follows the lines of the 1840… (870-345). Learn More »

MAGNIFICENT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. POST, 72ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS; ONE OF TWO EXAMPLES KNOWN WITH THE OTHER BELONGING TO MAJ. GEN. JUDSON KILPATRICK

MAGNIFICENT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. POST, 72ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS; ONE OF TWO EXAMPLES KNOWN WITH THE OTHER BELONGING TO MAJ. GEN. JUDSON KILPATRICK

34" curved M1860 style blade mint with etched panels on both sides. The obverse panel features exquisitely hand engraved scroll / floral motifs flanking a beautiful spread wing eagle, while the… (1089-04). Learn More »

US MODEL 1890/92 ENTRENCHING KNIFE AND 1890 PATTERN ALTERED SCABBARD

US MODEL 1890/92 ENTRENCHING KNIFE AND 1890 PATTERN ALTERED SCABBARD

The Model 1890 entrenching tool is sometimes designated the Model 1892 from the date on guard and handle socket, but is really the same as the 1880 hunting knife. Experiments with entrenching… (1047-186). Learn More »

AMES 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PUBLISHED IN CIVIL WAR ARMY SWORDS

AMES 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PUBLISHED IN CIVIL WAR ARMY SWORDS

This excellent Ames 1860 Staff Officer’s Sword is a superb example of the Ames version of the pattern, with an oval blade and sharkskin grip. In fact, it is the very sword chosen by Thillmann to… (809-97). Learn More »

AMES MILITIA STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD WITH STANDING EAGLE POMMEL

AMES MILITIA STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD WITH STANDING EAGLE POMMEL

Peterson dates this general pattern to 1840-1860 and Thillmann shows that its period of use extended into the Civil War. Peterson and Thillman call it a militia staff officer’s sword, though a… (809-98). Learn More »

MODEL 1872 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER BY AMES

MODEL 1872 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER BY AMES

This pattern of cavalry officer’s saber was adopted in 1872 and was regulation for thirty years until the 1902 pattern officer’s sword was adopted for all branches of service. As shown by this… (1047-16). Learn More »

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 »

$200.00
ON HOLD

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 »

$250.00
ON HOLD

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 »

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 »

$900.00
ON HOLD

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 »

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 »

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 »


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AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

This high-grade Ames sword displays a nice combination of history art. It shows some non-regulation elements that are not uncommon on militia swords, but generally follows the lines of the 1840 pattern for general officers, as clarified in the 1841… (870-345). Learn More »

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