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RARE SHEBLE & FISHER MODEL 1840 ARTILLERY SABER WITH SCABBARD

RARE SHEBLE & FISHER MODEL 1840 ARTILLERY SABER WITH SCABBARD

Here is a rare, quality artillery saber piece produced by the Sheble and Fisher firm of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is one of only 203 artillery sabers purchased under contract by the U. S.… (172-3842). Learn More »

US MODEL 1852 CIVIL WAR NAVAL OFFICER'S SWORD

US MODEL 1852 CIVIL WAR NAVAL OFFICER'S SWORD

Maker mark: “H. Horstmann & Sons / Philadelphia”. European import blade, semi-bright, measuring 28.5” in length, 1.125” width at the base. Exhibits light scratching, patches of… (172-3119). Learn More »

$2,250.00
Originally $2,500.00

IMPORT NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO TWICE WOUNDED 6TH WISCONSIN & 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER WHO ALSO SAW SERVICE IN THE MEXICAN WAR AS AN ENLISTED MAN

IMPORT NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO TWICE WOUNDED 6TH WISCONSIN & 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER WHO ALSO SAW SERVICE IN THE MEXICAN WAR AS AN ENLISTED MAN

This sword is identified to Colonel John F. Marsh who served as a Lieutenant and Captain in the 6th Wisconsin of the famous “Iron Brigade” and then became Lieutenant Colonel of the 12th New… (172-3587). Learn More »

ORIGINAL, COLLINS & CO. M1840 / 60 TRANSITION LIGHT CAVALRY SABER WITH SCABBARD IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

ORIGINAL, COLLINS & CO. M1840 / 60 TRANSITION LIGHT CAVALRY SABER WITH SCABBARD IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

This Civil War artifact is a seldom-seen Collins & Company enlisted Model 1860 light cavalry saber produced by the Collinsville, Connecticut firm in 1862. Often referred to as the 1840 / 1860… (344-60). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

Overall length 25”, with 19.5” spear shaped blade, measuring 1.5” at base. This blade has all the tell-tale characteristics of Confederate versions of the U.S. artillery sword, beginning with… (172-3546). Learn More »

ONLY KNOWN EXAMPLE OF AN IMPORTED M1840/1860 TRANSISTIONAL ‘KIRSCHBAUM’ CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD

ONLY KNOWN EXAMPLE OF AN IMPORTED M1840/1860 TRANSISTIONAL ‘KIRSCHBAUM’ CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD

This imported saber is the only known ‘transitional’ Model 1840 / 1860 cavalry saber produced by the German firm of “C. R. Kirshbaum & Company” that we have seen.  Specimen exhibits the… (344-59). Learn More »

$1,500.00
Originally $1,950.00

US MODEL 1852 CIVIL WAR NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD

US MODEL 1852 CIVIL WAR NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD

Maker-mark [obverse ricasso]: “Tomes Son / & Melvain / New York”. Blade maker-mark [reverse ricasso]: “Clauberg / Solingen”. Markings crisp. Semi-bright blade measures 29” in length and… (344-1714). Learn More »

$1,850.00
Originally $2,450.00

AMES MODEL 1832 ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD & BELT RIG

AMES MODEL 1832 ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD & BELT RIG

Hilt is made of cast brass with spread winged eagle stamped into both sides of the pommel. Grip has three rivet heads and scalloped feather design. Plain, straight counterguard with a quillon on each… (172-3470). Learn More »

IMPORTED M1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY HORSTMANN

IMPORTED M1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY HORSTMANN

This Model 1860 Staff sword is a post-war piece in fine condition overall. Though not maker-marked, this Prussian-made sword blade, by Gebruder Weyersberg, was one of thousands imported by Horstmann… (172-3225). Learn More »

US M1840 CAVALRY SABER IMPORTED BY HORSTMANN

US M1840 CAVALRY SABER IMPORTED BY HORSTMANN

This example of an original, M1840 heavy cavalry saber and scabbard was imported by the Philadelphia firm of William Horstmann. Blade shows the maker’s address on the obverse ricasso of… (172-3293). Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 ENLISTEDMAN'S CAVALRY SABER BY HAMMOND

US MODEL 1840 ENLISTEDMAN'S CAVALRY SABER BY HAMMOND

While no Federal saber contracts for the C. Charles Hammond and Son Company have been found, they did have contract in 1864 to supply the U.S. Ordnance Department with axes, hatchets, hammers and… (E2111). Learn More »

$825.00
Originally $1,050.00

A BRUTAL-LOOKING, MODIFIED CONFEDERATE FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD

A BRUTAL-LOOKING, MODIFIED CONFEDERATE FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD

This hefty edged weapon is a Confederate foot artillery short sword that is similar to the Federal Model 1832 U.S. Foot Artilleryman's sword often described as a 'Roman gladiator' sword. The weapon… (486-22). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,950.00

CONFEDERATE FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD

CONFEDERATE FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD

Bronze hilted with diamond-shaped, double-edged, spear-point blade. Overall length: 22.25". Blade measures 16.25" in length, 1.75" in width, and has a half inch fuller running from 2" above the… (486-26). Learn More »

$2,000.00
Originally $2,200.00

CIRCA 1840-1850 MILITIA OFFICER'S SWORD

CIRCA 1840-1850 MILITIA OFFICER'S SWORD

Extremely sharp and attractive maker-mark [obverse]: "N.P. Ames/ Cutler/ Springfield." Straight, spear-point blade measuring 28.5" in length and 1" in width at the ricasso. Blade emblazoned with… (612-11). Learn More »

$3,100.00
Originally $3,895.00

DELUXE MEDICAL OFFICER'S SWORD

DELUXE MEDICAL OFFICER'S SWORD

Unmarked import, with oval blade measuring 29.5" in length, and .75" in width at hilt. The obverse frosting features panoply of arms and "Medical Department." in 3" lettering, followed by floral… (612-09). Learn More »

$3,000.00
Originally $3,800.00

DELUXE US M1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD

DELUXE US M1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD

Prussian import. Maker-mark [reverse ricasso]: "Clauberg/ SCL__CE11". Fine to near-mint blade measuring 32" in length, with "Iron-Proof" on top. Frosted, with sharply etched military trophies &… (612-08). Learn More »

$7,895.00
Originally $9,850.00

HIGH GRADE US M1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD

HIGH GRADE US M1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD

Ca.1850s, 1861-65. Maker-mark: [in fine cursive script above the obverse ricasso] "W.H./ Horstmann & Sons/ Philadelphia". Kings-head stamp appears on reverse ricasso, with "Iron Proof" appearing… (612-07). Learn More »

$6,350.00
Originally $7,950.00

NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER'S SWORD AND SCABBARD BY W. HORSTMANN AND SONS

NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER'S SWORD AND SCABBARD BY W. HORSTMANN AND SONS

Here is a Prussian, non-regulation foot officer's edged weapon imported, assembled and marked by W. Horstmann of Philadelphia. Complete in every regard, this handsome sword & scabbard specimen is… (612-04). Learn More »

$1,995.00
Originally $2,495.00

IDENTIFIED, WWI USMC OFFICER’S ‘MAMALUKE’ SWORD AND SCABBARD

IDENTIFIED, WWI USMC OFFICER’S ‘MAMALUKE’ SWORD AND SCABBARD

This World War One era specimen is an identified, USMC officer’s sword and scabbard used by Edgar Hayes. Marine Corps history indicates that this type of sword was first presented to a Marine… (172-2881). Learn More »

TIFFANY HIGH GRADE PRESENTATION SWORD TO MAJOR GENERAL HENRY SLOCUM

TIFFANY HIGH GRADE PRESENTATION SWORD TO MAJOR GENERAL HENRY SLOCUM

Henry Slocum was an important Union Civil War General. He graduated from West Point 7th in his class in 1852. He stayed in the Army for several years, serving in the Seminole War in Florida and then… (344-1728). Learn More »


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U.S. 1859 PATTERN DRAGOON/ CAVALRY SADDLE BLANKET

AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE PATTERN OF THIS BLANKET!!!!! Only two specimens are known to exist, one located in the collection at the National Park Service museum here in Gettysburg and this newly found example shown here. First issued with the Mc… (M24473). Learn More »

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