Identified Edged Weapons

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IDENTIFIED CLAUBERG PRESENTATON GRADE MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. JOHN L. CRAFT OF THE 1ST PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED CLAUBERG PRESENTATON GRADE MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. JOHN L. CRAFT OF THE 1ST PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

The most prolific officer’s sword maker and inspector to the US during the American Civil War was the firm of W. Clauberg of Solingen. They manufactured higher and presentation grade swords for the… (E2670). Learn More »

IMPORT MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO 122ND NEW YORK CAPTAIN WOUNDED IN THE WILDERNESS – WITH FRAMED MEMORIAL

IMPORT MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO 122ND NEW YORK CAPTAIN WOUNDED IN THE WILDERNESS – WITH FRAMED MEMORIAL

Original Civil War import Model 1850 foot officer’s sword in good condition and is identified to Captain George W. Platt of the 122nd New York Infantry. The drawn sword measures a total length of… (765-22). Learn More »

RARE FEDERALLY INSPECTED ID’D MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD DATED 1852, MADE BY AMES

RARE FEDERALLY INSPECTED ID’D MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD DATED 1852, MADE BY AMES

The blade is semi-bright with light to moderate scattered mottling and light scattered pitting. Blade meas. approx. 25.75 inches long. It has 17.25 inch stopped central fuller and a 12.00 inch long… (E2669). Learn More »

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 63RD PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER WOUNDED AT FAIR OAKS

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 63RD PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER WOUNDED AT FAIR OAKS

Good conditioned Model 1850 foot officer’s sword believed to have been made by Sauerbier of Newark, New Jersey. Weapon is complete with the scabbard however the scabbard is in poor… (E2677). Learn More »

M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN CHARGE OF DRY TORTUGAS PRISON WHEN LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS WERE HELD THERE

M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN CHARGE OF DRY TORTUGAS PRISON WHEN LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS WERE HELD THERE

This original, imported Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s sword, complete with original metal scabbard, is a most handsome specimen. This quality steel edged weapon measures a total length of… (173-2624). Learn More »

$3,500.00
Originally $3,950.00

IMPORT NON-REGULATION M1850 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN 103RD & 17TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

IMPORT NON-REGULATION M1850 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN 103RD & 17TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

This finely crafted sword meas. approx. 40.25 inches in length out of the scabbard. The blade meas. approx. 34 5/8 inches from point to ricasso. Blade surface is semi-bright and has moderate to heavy… (34-126). Learn More »

$3,195.00
Originally $3,495.00

MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 65TH NEW YORK MAJOR

MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 65TH NEW YORK MAJOR

This original Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s sword is complete with the original metal scabbard. This quality steel edged weapon was carried by Major Ivan Tailof of the 65th New York… (34-122). Learn More »

$4,650.00
Originally $4,950.00

IMPORT NON-REGULATION M1850 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN 1ST NEW HAMPSHIRE CAVALRY

IMPORT NON-REGULATION M1850 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN 1ST NEW HAMPSHIRE CAVALRY

This finely crafted sword was manufactured by the Henry Sauerbier Company of Newark, New Jersey. When drawn from the scabbard the overall length of the sword is approx. 39.00 inches measuring from… (34-121). Learn More »

$4,250.00
Originally $4,500.00

IMPORTED, SILVER-MOUNTED, M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S PRESENTATION SWORD WITH SCABBARD

IMPORTED, SILVER-MOUNTED, M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S PRESENTATION SWORD WITH SCABBARD

Presented to Captain Horace A. Sprague of the 13th New York State Militia was this German-imported, silver mounted, high-grade foot officer’s sword and scabbard. The Model 1850 sword specimen was a… (490-477). Learn More »

$3,800.00
Originally $4,000.00

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 »

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 »

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 »

REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United… (870-60). Learn More »

IMPORT NON-REGULATION OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 99TH PENNSYLVANIA CAPTAIN WOUNDED AT FREDERICKSBURG AND KILLED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

IMPORT NON-REGULATION OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 99TH PENNSYLVANIA CAPTAIN WOUNDED AT FREDERICKSBURG AND KILLED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

Overall the drawn sword meas. approx. 37.50 inches from point to pommel. The blade itself meas. approx. 32.50 inches in length with a 19.00 inch stopped fuller. There is no narrow fuller. The surface… (490-1007). Learn More »

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

The items here presented belonged to John B. Stanbrough of the 124th New York Infantry also known as "The Orange Blossoms." They are well known for the stand they made here at the top of the… (480-132). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $8,500.00

EARLY  WIDE BLADE M1840 HORSTMANN MARINE CORPS NCO SWORD WITH PERIOD INSCRIPTION

EARLY WIDE BLADE M1840 HORSTMANN MARINE CORPS NCO SWORD WITH PERIOD INSCRIPTION

Manufactured: Philadelphia  Maker: Horstmann  Year: not dated  Model: 1840 NCO  Size: 31.5 inches Early wide blade NCO sword by Horstmann of Philadelphia.  Horstmann NCO swords are distinct as… (870-88). Learn More »

IMPORT MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO MEMBER OF THE 108th ILLINOIS

IMPORT MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO MEMBER OF THE 108th ILLINOIS

Original Civil War import Model 1850 foot officer’s sword sold by Schuyler, Hartley and Graham of New York. Sword is in good condition and is identified to Commissary Sergeant John Dodge of the… (344-2723). Learn More »

MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES, WITH PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION

MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES, WITH PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION

Manufactured: Chicopee mass  Maker: Ames  Year: 1852  Model: 1852 Naval Officer Sword  Size: 27.50  Condition: VG M 1852 Naval Officer Sword - Ames dated and inspected.  Early date of 1852 on… (870-09). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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IMPORTED M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD, ID’D TO CAPTAIN IN 161ST NY

IMPORTED M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD, ID’D TO CAPTAIN IN 161ST NY

This imported Civil War sword is an original Model 1850 foot officer’s sword manufactured by an unknown maker, likely European. The sword is complete with its black leather scabbard adorned with… (490-974). Learn More »

HIGH GRADE NON-REGULATION W. CLAUBERG CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE ID’D TO 1ST LT. JACOB MILLER, BATTERY A, MARYLAND JUNIOR LIGHT ARTILLERY

HIGH GRADE NON-REGULATION W. CLAUBERG CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE ID’D TO 1ST LT. JACOB MILLER, BATTERY A, MARYLAND JUNIOR LIGHT ARTILLERY

Occasionally a Cavalry Officer’s Civil War period sabre comes to market that is not a regulation sabre. This ID’d sabre is one that provides us with the many different high grade, high quality… (865-02). Learn More »


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1850’S MILITIA OFFICER’S COATEE

Coat has a dark blue wool body with yellow wool collar, tails, turn-backs and piping on the cuffs. Front has a wool buff colored placket. All buttons are 17mm eagle “I” buttons. The dark blue wool body of the coatee is clean and tightly sewn.… (801-423). Learn More »

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