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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

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 »

BATTLE OF CRAMPTON’S GAP RELIC SABER WITH POSSIBLE CS USE

BATTLE OF CRAMPTON’S GAP RELIC SABER WITH POSSIBLE CS USE

This brass hilted saber has a legitimate, old label glued on it giving the location and date of its recovery: “South Mountain / Cramptons Pass / 1929.” A part of the Antietam Campaign, the Battle… (899-04). 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 »

$750.00
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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 »

MARKED REMINGTON SWORD BAYONET FOR THE FRENCH M1914 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

MARKED REMINGTON SWORD BAYONET FOR THE FRENCH M1914 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

At the beginning of World War One the French government contracted with Remington to start making its rolling block rifle again for issue to its service and support troops. The French government… (1037-397). Learn More »

RARE WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DIPLOMATIC CORPS DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE, IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION

RARE WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DIPLOMATIC CORPS DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE, IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION

This type of dagger was authorized by Adolf Hitler in May of 1938 to commemorate his visit to Rome. The dagger is a little over 15.50 inches long with a stylized eagle’s head pommel and a mother of… (1022-38). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD OF CAPT. WILLIAM BLOODGOOD, 95th NEW YORK, AIDE TO GENERAL CUTLER; TWO HORSES SHOT FROM UNDER HIM AT GETTYSBURG!

PRESENTATION SWORD OF CAPT. WILLIAM BLOODGOOD, 95th NEW YORK, AIDE TO GENERAL CUTLER; TWO HORSES SHOT FROM UNDER HIM AT GETTYSBURG!

This is an impressive sword given to an officer who was in the thick of the first day’s fighting here at Gettysburg. The 95th New York part of Cutler’s brigade, which took part in the fierce… (870-161). Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 SWORD SCABBARD

US MODEL 1840 SWORD SCABBARD

Metal scabbard with dark patina, 28.5” in length, with brass drag and frogged throat. Drag and throat exhibits dark dusky patina, attachment rivets missing.  Scabbard displays slight curve, minor… (958-54). Learn More »

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE COLT ALTERATION OF THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE WITH 1861 DATE AND LOW MATING NUMBER: 198

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE COLT ALTERATION OF THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE WITH 1861 DATE AND LOW MATING NUMBER: 198

Ever the businessman, Sam Colt arranged in 1861 to purchase Model 1841 rifles at $10.00 each from the government, alter them to .58 caliber, fit them with sword bayonets, and then sell them back to… (1037-407). Learn More »

SILVER GRIPPED CLAUBERG 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

SILVER GRIPPED CLAUBERG 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

W. Clauberg of Solingen was a prolific (according to Thillmann, the most prolific) maker of swords for import into the U.S. Specializing in higher quality workmanship, their blades show up with many… (870-655). Learn More »

MINTY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY JAMES P. FITCH WITH SCARCE GUTTA PERCHA GRIP

MINTY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY JAMES P. FITCH WITH SCARCE GUTTA PERCHA GRIP

James P. Fitch got his start in the military goods business with Schuyler, Hartley and Graham. He set up his own business as a retailer in New York City in September 1862. He was joined in the… (870-639). Learn More »

M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, WITH MEYERSBERG SYMBOL ON BLADE

M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, WITH MEYERSBERG SYMBOL ON BLADE

Manufactured: Solingen Maker: Weyersberg / Horstmann Year: Sword undated, scabbard 1861 Model: 1832  Size: 19.25 inch blade The W. H. Horstmann company had a strong association with the  Gebruder… (870-466). Learn More »

CIRCA 1820-1830 SABER FOR A MOUNTED INFANTRY OFFICER

CIRCA 1820-1830 SABER FOR A MOUNTED INFANTRY OFFICER

This sword represents a very popular pre-Civil War American form. The brass hilt has a smooth, rounded, “birds-head” pommel and “reverse-P” knuckleguard slotted for a sword a knot. The grip is… (870-647). Learn More »


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JOMINI’S PRACTICE OF WAR

By C.F Pardigon. Published by West & Johnston, Richmond, 1863. 216 pp. Heavy card covers, in blue cloth, 3.75 x 5.75”, black front cover title stamp, gilt lettering. Front cover minus a sliver of blue cloth, running top to bottom, along the… (1000-1659). Learn More »

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