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SCABBARD FOR US MODEL 1840 N.C.O. SWORD BY EMERSON & SILVER

SCABBARD FOR US MODEL 1840 N.C.O. SWORD BY EMERSON & SILVER

Operating out of Trenton, New Jersey, James Emerson entered the sword business in 1810 and teamed up with Joseph Silver from 1860 to 1865 to produce blades on military contract. Rarely ever seen on… (2020-103). Learn More »

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WORLD WAR II U.S. NAVY MARK 1 BAYONET SCABBARD

WORLD WAR II U.S. NAVY MARK 1 BAYONET SCABBARD

These scabbards are pretty much identical to the army’s M3 scabbard, being constructed of cloth-reinforced, pressure molded plastic with a steel throat bearing the double-ended belt hook pressed and… (1037-195). 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 »

EARLY “TYPE I” MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

EARLY “TYPE I” MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

This scabbard is in good condition with repaired tip. The buff leather frog (belt loop) is attached to the body by stitching only, no rivets. Leather is in very good condition with surface cracking.… (1000-656). Learn More »

PATTERN 1861 SEVEN RIVET BAYONET SCABBARD

PATTERN 1861 SEVEN RIVET BAYONET SCABBARD

Leather scabbard in good overall condition. The body has some surface creases scattered over its length but the seam running up the back is tight. Frog and collar are attached by seven rivets. Frog… (172-4535). Learn More »

LEATHER SCABBARD FOR M1855 BAYONET

LEATHER SCABBARD FOR M1855 BAYONET

This in an original bridle leather scabbard for the Model 1855 socket bayonet. Body measures 19 ½” long and is closed with a brass scabbard tip and finial. A 2 ½” wide belt loop / frog is… (172-4537). Learn More »


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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. First established as a bureau within the War… (870-598). Learn More »

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