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MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD – DOBBIN HOUSE MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD – DOBBIN HOUSE MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

This is a Model 1840 N.C.O. sword. In very good overall condition, these swords were carried by Federal non-commissioned officers as a sign of authority in the ranks. Sword is approximately 39” long… (889-64). Learn More »

$600.00
Originally $695.00

SMALL PATTERN 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY “W. H. HORSTMANN & SONS PHILADELPHIA” (ETCHED ON BLADE)

SMALL PATTERN 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY “W. H. HORSTMANN & SONS PHILADELPHIA” (ETCHED ON BLADE)

The blade, measuring 27” long, is scaled down as is the scabbard. These small swords are quite scarce. Etchings are also scaled down to fit the blade which is just under 1” wide. Etchings include… (344-3243). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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HIGH GRADE FINE CONDITIONED NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 29TH INDIANA OFFICER WOUNDED AT SHILOH

HIGH GRADE FINE CONDITIONED NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 29TH INDIANA OFFICER WOUNDED AT SHILOH

This sword belonged to Captain Daniel Casey of the 29th Indiana who suffered a severe wound to his at Shiloh. The drawn sword meas. approx. 37.50 inches from pommel to point. The blade is in first… (909-26). Learn More »

MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

Simon Backus Bissell was born in Fairlee, Vt., on October 28, 1808. He was appointed Midshipman on November 6, 1824, Passed Midshipman on June 4 1831, and Lieutenant December 9, 1837. At the beginning… (870-63). Learn More »

ITALIAN MANUFACTURED 1852 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

ITALIAN MANUFACTURED 1852 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

An unusual pattern variant made in 1864. The maker or more likely the supplier’s name is on the top scabbard mount and reads: “V. Labruna/in/Napoli”. The grip is 3 7/8” long and topped with… (870-17). Learn More »

SMALL PATTERN W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILADELPHIA PRE-CIVIL WAR FOOT OFFICER’S  / NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

SMALL PATTERN W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILADELPHIA PRE-CIVIL WAR FOOT OFFICER’S / NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

A rather unusual sword that was custom cast by Horstmann utilizing a modified Navy guard from the M1852 Naval Officer’s Sword. The underside of the guard has oak leaves and acorns with a riband with… (344-3244). Learn More »

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

European import. Standard regulation hilt with cast brass guard decorated with scroll / leaf designs. Original leather grip with original twisted brass wire. Blade is plain without any importers marks… (344-2567). Learn More »

AN UNUSUAL MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

AN UNUSUAL MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

Sword meets all the normal requirements for this sword with a few exceptions. It has a metal scabbard instead of the normally seen leather scabbard. The brass mounts with knots are standard as is the… (870-32). Learn More »

MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO WILLIAM COLLINS

MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO WILLIAM COLLINS

Collins enlisted July 17, 1862 as an Acting Ensign attached to the USS R.R. Cuyler, a ship he served on until July 1863. From Wikipedia we get this about the Cuyler: USS R. R. Cuyler was a steamer in… (344-2580). Learn More »

CIRCA 1812-1820 GERMAN HANGER

CIRCA 1812-1820 GERMAN HANGER

The blade of this interesting sword measures 26”. It has a main fuller running nearly the entire length with a secondary fuller approx. 18” of the length. The last 8 ½” of the blade has a false… (344-3245). Learn More »

UNUSUAL NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

UNUSUAL NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

A pattern we’ve never before encountered, this sword has standard M1852 Naval Officer’s Sword pommel with oak leaves and acorns cast on sides with top the standard standing American eagle… (344-3249). Learn More »

RARE 1852 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD DATED 1852 AND INSPECTED!

RARE 1852 PATTERN NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD DATED 1852 AND INSPECTED!

On March 8, 1852 the Secretary of the Navy issued a new set of uniform regulations that provided  guidelines for naval officer’s swords. The Navy ordered 500 officer’s swords from Ames in early… (870-14). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED M1850 SWORD WITH SCABBARD – 101st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED M1850 SWORD WITH SCABBARD – 101st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This sword is an original Civil War model 1850 foot officer’s sword complete with its classic black leather scabbard adorned with brass mountings.  Identified to Captain Charles W. May, Company F,… (344-3234). Learn More »

RELIC CONDITION IMPORT FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 23RD NEW JERSEY LIEUTENANT

RELIC CONDITION IMPORT FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 23RD NEW JERSEY LIEUTENANT

This non-regulation sword is patterned after the French infantry officer’s sword of 1821. It has a slightly curved 29.25 inch long blade with a 29.00 inch stopped fuller with no narrow fuller. The… (846-62). Learn More »

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS USED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS USED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

In 1859 the US Marine Corps regulations changed. The prized Mamaluke style sword was replaced with the same regulation sword used by the Army. This would later be reversed and today the Marines still… (870-52). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED, NON-REGULATION, FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD / SCABBARD OF LIEUTENANT THOMAS HAY, JR, 44TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED, NON-REGULATION, FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD / SCABBARD OF LIEUTENANT THOMAS HAY, JR, 44TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY

This imported Field & Staff officer’s sword & scabbard is in fine condition. During the Civil War, this French-made, non-regulation edged weapon was carried by combat veteran 2Lt Thomas Hay… (173-2257). Learn More »

$2,975.00
Originally $3,500.00

PARTIALLY IDENTIFIED AMES M1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER / SCABBARD DATED 1863

PARTIALLY IDENTIFIED AMES M1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER / SCABBARD DATED 1863

Here is an original, Civil War Ames Model 1840 light artillery saber that bears the partial identification of “G. Christe” stamped in 1/16th inch high, block letters on both side of the hilt’s… (173-2260). Learn More »

$975.00
Originally $1,250.00

C. 1840-45 ARTILLERY OR STAFF OFFICER’S EAGLEHEAD POMMEL SWORD

C. 1840-45 ARTILLERY OR STAFF OFFICER’S EAGLEHEAD POMMEL SWORD

Bone grip with fancy twisted brass wire wrap. Guard with crudely cast panoply of arms. Ferrule at base of grip with leaf design. Shell style guard with patriotic American eagle with shield in center… (344-2573). Learn More »

$375.00
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AMES MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO 56TH NEW YORK OFFICER

AMES MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO 56TH NEW YORK OFFICER

Original Civil War Model 1850 foot officer’s sword sold by the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts. Sword is in good condition and is identified to Captain William M. Burnett of… (259-23). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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VERY FINE CONDITION C. 1812-15 INFANTRY OFFICER’S PILLOW POMMEL SABRE

VERY FINE CONDITION C. 1812-15 INFANTRY OFFICER’S PILLOW POMMEL SABRE

An unusual pattern we have not encountered very often. The sword is marked near the ricasso on the blade spine “Sold by C & JD Wolfe New York.” (Christopher and John David Wolfe). The firm no… (30-2013). Learn More »


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HIGH GRADE FINE CONDITIONED NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 29TH INDIANA OFFICER WOUNDED AT SHILOH

This sword belonged to Captain Daniel Casey of the 29th Indiana who suffered a severe wound to his at Shiloh. The drawn sword meas. approx. 37.50 inches from pommel to point. The blade is in first class condition. It is bright and clean with only the… (909-26). Learn More »

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