Swords

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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 »

$16,000.00
Originally $18,000.00

“THE FEDERALS FOUGHT LIKE DEVILS:” PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER OF JAMES B. TALBOT, 1st INDIANA CAVALRY, DEFENSE OF PINE BLUFF

“THE FEDERALS FOUGHT LIKE DEVILS:” PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER OF JAMES B. TALBOT, 1st INDIANA CAVALRY, DEFENSE OF PINE BLUFF

This is a good example of presentation cavalry officer’s sword that was intended for active field service and saw it. The hilt and scabbard are set up like an 1850 staff and field sword, but the… (1117-96). Learn More »

$2,250.00
ON HOLD

INSCRIBED SWORD OF CAPT. HENRY WARREN, 7th MAINE, KIA SPOTSYLVANIA

INSCRIBED SWORD OF CAPT. HENRY WARREN, 7th MAINE, KIA SPOTSYLVANIA

This 1850 foot officer’s sword is nicely inscribed on the face of the pommel, “Henry Warren / 7” Maine / Regt.” The hilt and blade are regulation, with brass pommel cast and chased with leaves… (1117-116). Learn More »

INSCRIBED OFFICER’S SWORD OF CAPT. CHARLES CURIE 178th NY, WIA ANTIETAM IN HAWKINS ZOUAVES, ACTING ADJUTANT 178th AND 16th CORPS STAFF

INSCRIBED OFFICER’S SWORD OF CAPT. CHARLES CURIE 178th NY, WIA ANTIETAM IN HAWKINS ZOUAVES, ACTING ADJUTANT 178th AND 16th CORPS STAFF

This inscribed 1850 pattern staff and field officer’s sword by Schuyler, Hartley and Graham was carried by Charles Curie, who served almost two years in the Hawkins Zouaves, 9th NY, as an enlisted… (1117-112). Learn More »

MEDICAL STAFF SWORD OF SURGEON ROBERT BROWNE, 31st NEW JERSEY AND U.S. VOLS BREVETED MAJOR AND LT. COLONEL

MEDICAL STAFF SWORD OF SURGEON ROBERT BROWNE, 31st NEW JERSEY AND U.S. VOLS BREVETED MAJOR AND LT. COLONEL

Robert Bethel Browne did two tours of duty as an army surgeon in the Civil War: the first as the Surgeon of the 31st New Jersey, when he acquired this sword, and then as an Assistant Surgeon in the… (1117-117). Learn More »

PRESENTATION STAFF AND FIELD SWORD TO JOHN C. MERRIAM 53rd NEW YORK, D’EPINEUIL ZOUAVES, LATER CHIEF ENGINEER DEPT. OF NORTH CAROLINA

PRESENTATION STAFF AND FIELD SWORD TO JOHN C. MERRIAM 53rd NEW YORK, D’EPINEUIL ZOUAVES, LATER CHIEF ENGINEER DEPT. OF NORTH CAROLINA

John Clark Merriam, born in Lexington, Mass., in 1829 was educated in France, graduating as a mechanical engineer from the College Bourbon in 1847. It made sense, then, that in August 1861 he joined… (1117-85). Learn More »

SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY CAVALRY SWORD WITH SCABBARD

SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY CAVALRY SWORD WITH SCABBARD

This example is of the shortened Second Model sword pattern with its scabbard.  The rounded iron pommel and guard with a sword-knot hole distinguish it from the First Model.  First and Second… (1000-832). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL U.S. ANTEBELLUM MILITIA SWORD BY AMES Ca. 1832-1847

BEAUTIFUL U.S. ANTEBELLUM MILITIA SWORD BY AMES Ca. 1832-1847

This sword has vivid etching that would be instantly recognizable as work by Ames even if it were not marked. The blade is oval in cross-section, double-edged with spearpoint tip and has a good edge… (998-134). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD AND POST-WAR PAINTING OF CAPTAIN JOHN U. KREIDLER, 108TH OHIO INFANTRY

PRESENTATION SWORD AND POST-WAR PAINTING OF CAPTAIN JOHN U. KREIDLER, 108TH OHIO INFANTRY

The sword is a non-regulation imported 1850 pattern officer's French manufactured sword. It is 36 ¾ inches overall with a slightly curved 31 3/8-inch blade with a double fuller. The blade appears to… (1043-366). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,950.00

THE ONLY KNOWN WIDMANN 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER: DATED 1844

THE ONLY KNOWN WIDMANN 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER: DATED 1844

This is a unique opportunity to acquire a one-of-a-kind U.S. cavalry officer’s saber. Frederick W. Widmann emigrated to the U.S. in 1816 and set up business in Philadelphia as a die-sinker and… (870-279). Learn More »

IMPORTED STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD

IMPORTED STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD

This is the Model 1850 Staff & Field Officer sword. It is single-edged with a false edge extending back about 11 inches from the point. There is a wide fuller which runs from the ricasso to the… (E2901). Learn More »

MODEL 1922 WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD, ID’D TO CLASS OF 1931

MODEL 1922 WEST POINT CADET SWORD WITH SCABBARD, ID’D TO CLASS OF 1931

Cast brass cross guard, grip, and pommel; plated. Each end of the cross guard features an eagle head with coiled snake clutched in its beak. The Athenian helmet seal is in the center. At some time… (266-1003). Learn More »

CAPT. JAMES O. McCLURE, GENERAL BANKS’ BODY GUARD: ETCHED BLADE INSCRIBED 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY WILLARD & HAWLEY

CAPT. JAMES O. McCLURE, GENERAL BANKS’ BODY GUARD: ETCHED BLADE INSCRIBED 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY WILLARD & HAWLEY

This very nice US Model 1850 Staff and Field officer’s sword by Willard and Hawley of Syracuse, NY, has great blade etching that includes an officer holding a U.S. flag aloft as he surmounts enemy… (846-143). Learn More »

$4,950.00
Originally $5,500.00

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE KENANSVILLE CAVALRY SABER FROM A LYNCHBURG, VA FAMILY

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE KENANSVILLE CAVALRY SABER FROM A LYNCHBURG, VA FAMILY

Louis Froelich was a tough man to keep down. A skilled “mechanic,” he emigrated from Bavaria in early 1861, settled in Wilmington, NC, ran a button factory and then set to making edged weapons for… (846-142). Learn More »

$2,250.00
Originally $2,500.00
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EARLY FIRST TYPE 1902 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY OFFICER’S SWORD DATING 1903-1904

EARLY FIRST TYPE 1902 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY OFFICER’S SWORD DATING 1903-1904

This is the earliest pattern of the 1902 officer’s sword produced at the Springfield Armory that utilizes a German silver scabbard (dating it prior to 1905,) a German silver guard, a horn grip, and… (266-1007). Learn More »

$750.00
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 »

$3,950.00
Originally $4,350.00

UNIQUE GEORGIA STATE SEAL SWORD BY AMES BELONGING TO LT. WILLIAM FEAY SHELLMAN, OGLETHORP LIGHT INFANTRY, & ADJUTANT 8th GEORGIA, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT MANASSAS, GETTYSBURG, AND COLD HARBOR

UNIQUE GEORGIA STATE SEAL SWORD BY AMES BELONGING TO LT. WILLIAM FEAY SHELLMAN, OGLETHORP LIGHT INFANTRY, & ADJUTANT 8th GEORGIA, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT MANASSAS, GETTYSBURG, AND COLD HARBOR

This beautiful and unique sword belonging to William Feay Shellman of the Oglethorp Light Infantry and 8th Georgia Volunteers is pictured on p. 151 of The Ames Sword Company by Hamilton, and in… (870-300). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BOYLE AND GAMBLE FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD WITH LEATHER SCABBARD

CONFEDERATE BOYLE AND GAMBLE FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD WITH LEATHER SCABBARD

Presented here is a nice example of a Boyle and Gamble Confederate foot officer’s sword complete with its original leather scabbard. Typically carried by many Southern infantry officers during the… (801-126). Learn More »

$4,000.00
Originally $5,000.00

REVEREND GENERAL AND FIGHTING CHAPLAIN: 1860 STAFF SWORD PRESENTED IN 1861 BY HIS STUDENTS TO REVEREND J.B. VAN PETTEN: CHAPLAIN TO FIELD OFFICER AND BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT THIRD WINCHESTER AND CITED FOR GALLANT CONDUCT

REVEREND GENERAL AND FIGHTING CHAPLAIN: 1860 STAFF SWORD PRESENTED IN 1861 BY HIS STUDENTS TO REVEREND J.B. VAN PETTEN: CHAPLAIN TO FIELD OFFICER AND BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT THIRD WINCHESTER AND CITED FOR GALLANT CONDUCT

Changing from a non-combatant chaplain charged with saving souls to a field-grade combat officer responsible for taking lives, and then returning to civilian life in academia obviously requires some… (870-397). Learn More »

MODEL 1915 US COAST GUARD OFFICER’S SWORD

MODEL 1915 US COAST GUARD OFFICER’S SWORD

The U.S. Revenue Cutter Service and Life Saving Service merged to create the modern U.S. Coast Guard in 1915. They adopted the U.S. Navy 1852 pattern officer’s sword (still in use,) altering it… (1047-79). Learn More »


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