Edged Weapons

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US MODEL 1819 HALL SOCKET BAYONET

US MODEL 1819 HALL SOCKET BAYONET

Bayonet manufactured for the US Model 1819 Hall breech loading Flintlock Rifle made of the Harper’s Ferry Armory. The Hall rifle was the first widely issued military breech loading firearm… (490-1877). Learn More »

ENFIELD SABER BAYONET, PATTERN 1856

ENFIELD SABER BAYONET, PATTERN 1856

This British-made accoutrement is an original saber-sword bayonet made for the Enfield .577 caliber musket longarm. The bayonet, with its Yataghan-style blade measures over 28” long and has a single… (172-5500). Learn More »

 US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S SWORD SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, PRE-WW1, MINT CONDITION

US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S SWORD SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, PRE-WW1, MINT CONDITION

This is the US Marine Corps Model 1875 officer’s sword that revived the mameluke pattern laid aside in 1859. This example has ivory grips and dates from the Spanish-American War and pre-World War… (266-1006). Learn More »

VIETNAM ERA US MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT SWORD AND SCABBARD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

VIETNAM ERA US MILITARY ACADEMY WEST POINT SWORD AND SCABBARD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

This sword is in spectacular condition and comes from the collection of William Cooper. It is a beautiful example of the post-1922 USMA West Point cadet’s sword, which replaced the 1870s pattern,… (266-1005). Learn More »

US 1808/1812 SOCKET BAYONET

US 1808/1812 SOCKET BAYONET

This accoutrement is an original angular socket bayonet made for the US Flintlock Musket Model 1808 and possibly a transition bayonet for the Model 1812 longarm. The triangular blade style is of the… (1000-1797). Learn More »

EARLY WAR U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, 1840 STYLE, BY SMITH, CRANE AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1858 TO 1862

EARLY WAR U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, 1840 STYLE, BY SMITH, CRANE AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1858 TO 1862

Smith, Crane and Company pieces are scarce. They were only in business from 1858 through 1862, retailing military goods in New York City. Their swords were imported, of German make and likely by… (870-263). Learn More »

PRE-WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD OF LT. ARTHUR DZENDOLET USS ENTERPRISE AIRGROUP, FIGHTING 6, IN 1938, AND COMMANDER MANSFIELD FLYING FIELD, SQUANTUM NAVAL AIR BASE 1942

PRE-WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD OF LT. ARTHUR DZENDOLET USS ENTERPRISE AIRGROUP, FIGHTING 6, IN 1938, AND COMMANDER MANSFIELD FLYING FIELD, SQUANTUM NAVAL AIR BASE 1942

This sword came from the effects of U.S. Navy Pilot, Lt. Arthur Dzendolet (1914-1942.) Formerly in the well known and respected Bill Cooper collection, the sword is in mint condition with strong gilt… (266-1008). Learn More »

GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO FIRST PATTERN LUFTWAFFE DAGGER WITH HANGER FROM THE COLLECTION OF RON TUNISON

GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO FIRST PATTERN LUFTWAFFE DAGGER WITH HANGER FROM THE COLLECTION OF RON TUNISON

Shortly after the unveiling of the Luftwaffe in March 1935 a modified dagger was adopted for wear by Luftwaffe Officer’s and EM/NCO’s who held a valid pilots license. Originally the early daggers… (1100-166). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL REGULATION TIFFANY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

BEAUTIFUL REGULATION TIFFANY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

This pattern was established as regulation for officers serving on foot in 1850 and was the standard weapon carried by infantry lieutenants and captains serving on the front lines in action throughout… (490-2142). Learn More »

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SCARCE INSCRIBED MODEL 1840 MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY N.O. BENJAMIN, NEW YORK: ASSISTANT SURGEON HENRY SAYLER SCHELL, US ARMY 1861-1869, BULL RUN CAMPAIGN, GAINES MILL, FREDERICKSBURG, POST SURGEON FORT LARAMIE 1867-1869

SCARCE INSCRIBED MODEL 1840 MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY N.O. BENJAMIN, NEW YORK: ASSISTANT SURGEON HENRY SAYLER SCHELL, US ARMY 1861-1869, BULL RUN CAMPAIGN, GAINES MILL, FREDERICKSBURG, POST SURGEON FORT LARAMIE 1867-1869

We know of only one other medical staff sword made by Benjamin, formerly in the Kevin Hoffman collection. Benjamin went into the military goods and sword business in early 1861 with Virgil Price, who… (2020-470). Learn More »

HORSTMANN U.S. NON-REGULATION MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD WITH COLUMBIA/LIBERTY BUST POMMEL

HORSTMANN U.S. NON-REGULATION MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD WITH COLUMBIA/LIBERTY BUST POMMEL

The gilded brass hilt of this sword features a bust of Columbia with a liberty cap that combines the personification of America somewhat with the bust of a classical warrior since she also wears a… (490-2158). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE MODEL 1868/72 SPRINGFIELD ARSENAL USMA WEST POINT CADET SWORD

VERY SCARCE MODEL 1868/72 SPRINGFIELD ARSENAL USMA WEST POINT CADET SWORD

Only 253 swords of this pattern were produced at Springfield, and delivered sporadically from 1868 to 1920. The pattern was officially adopted in 1872, being depicted in a line drawing and described… (266-1001). Learn More »

WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD

WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD

Cast brass cross guard and pommel; plated. Each end of the cross guard features a rounded eagle head with coiled snake clutched in its beak. The Athenian helmet seal is in the center upon an oval… (490-1707). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

Mower General Hospital, first known as Chestnut Hill Hospital, was one of the largest U.S. General Hospitals. Planned and built in 1862, it opened in early 1863 and could hold 3600 patients. Covering… (870-613). Learn More »

TIFFANY PRESENTATION SWORD TO WILLIAM S. MARBLE, 7th CONNECTICUT VOLS, WIA BERMUDA HUNDRED, IN COMMAND OF THE REGT. AT FT. FISHER

TIFFANY PRESENTATION SWORD TO WILLIAM S. MARBLE, 7th CONNECTICUT VOLS, WIA BERMUDA HUNDRED, IN COMMAND OF THE REGT. AT FT. FISHER

Tiffany & Company is acknowledged as the finest producer of presentation swords in the 1860s and this is good example of their work, showing detailed craftsmanship and refined taste. The deeply… (870-172). Learn More »

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 »


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VERY NICE NON-DUG ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA STYLE OVAL CS “EGG” BUCKLE

This is a very scarce example of a non-excavated Confederate enlisted man’s belt plate in excellent condition. Plates of this pattern long ago got the unflattering nickname of CS “egg” plates from their oblong shape. They were plainly meant as… (286-819). Learn More »

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