Identified Edged Weapons

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IMPORT MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OHIO SHARPSHOOTER OFFICER

IMPORT MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OHIO SHARPSHOOTER OFFICER

The blade on this item is in excellent condition. It is bright and clean with only light mottling. The drawn sword meas. approx. 36.50 inches long from point to pommel. It has a stopped fuller that… (870-382). Learn More »

AMES M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD PRESENTED TO SOLDIER WHO SERVED IN BOTH THE 13TH MASSACHUSETTS &                79TH UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS

AMES M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD PRESENTED TO SOLDIER WHO SERVED IN BOTH THE 13TH MASSACHUSETTS & 79TH UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS

Excellent conditioned Model 1850 foot officer’s sword made by the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts complete with its matching metal scabbard. The drawn sword meas. approx. 36.25… (870-361). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED NON-REGULATION STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD – FREEMASON IN 13TH NEW JERSEY

IDENTIFIED NON-REGULATION STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD – FREEMASON IN 13TH NEW JERSEY

This sword is a very good example of an original, non-regulation, staff officer’s sword assembled by the Newark, New Jersey firm of Henry Sauerbier. This high quality, embellished sword is complete… (870-411). Learn More »

$5,500.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 114TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 114TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

This Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword is identified to Lieutenant Almyne H. G. Richardson of Company K, 114th Pennsylvania Infantry. The sword is in overall excellent untouched condition. The blade… (37-289). Learn More »

$7,750.00
Originally $8,750.00

M1860 CAVALRY SABER IDENTIFIED TO 15TH PA CAVALRY TROOPER, WITH PHOTO & STENCIL

M1860 CAVALRY SABER IDENTIFIED TO 15TH PA CAVALRY TROOPER, WITH PHOTO & STENCIL

This weapon is a M-1860 Light Cavalry saber. Considered a lighter, more maneuverable weapon than its predecessor the M-1840 Wristbreaker. The sword is complete with scabbard and leather sword knot.… (945-315). Learn More »

PRESENTATION M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 2ND LT. THOMAS W. CARTRIGHT, 5TH NEW YORK (DURYEE ZOUAVES) - DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT GAINES’ MILL

PRESENTATION M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 2ND LT. THOMAS W. CARTRIGHT, 5TH NEW YORK (DURYEE ZOUAVES) - DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT GAINES’ MILL

This attractive Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword, complete with original metal scabbard was presented to Lieutenant Thomas W. Cartright. This young man enlisted in the 5th New York Infantry on April… (870-648). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONDITION WORLD WAR ONE/TWO GERMAN NAVAL SWORD IDENTIFIED TO KONTER ADMIRAL HANS HAMELAU

VERY FINE CONDITION WORLD WAR ONE/TWO GERMAN NAVAL SWORD IDENTIFIED TO KONTER ADMIRAL HANS HAMELAU

This impressive Imperial Naval sword was carried throughout the long career of its owner from the early 1900’s through World War One and the end of World War Two. The sword is a beautiful example… (954-55). Learn More »

$5,900.00
Originally $7,950.00

AMES M1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO 121ST NEW YORK LIEUTENANT

AMES M1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO 121ST NEW YORK LIEUTENANT

This sword was presented to Lieutenant Henry C. Keith by the men of his Company. The drawn sword measures a total length of 38.00 inches from point to pommel. The fine looking blade is 32.00 inches… (302-69). Learn More »

SWORD PRESENTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER WOUNDED AT PETERSBURG

SWORD PRESENTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER WOUNDED AT PETERSBURG

Officer’s cavalry sabre inscribed between the top mount and throat, "Presented to /  Lt. J. Foster Pope / 14th Regt. Mass. Vols. / by / his late mess mates of / Co. A Mass. 13th / Apr 15th… (870-252). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED HORSTMANN M-1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD WITH 1ST BULL RUN INSCRIPTION – LT. E.H. LEIB, 25TH PA INFANTRY, 2ND & 5TH US CAVALRY; WIA AT FIVE FORKS

IDENTIFIED HORSTMANN M-1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD WITH 1ST BULL RUN INSCRIPTION – LT. E.H. LEIB, 25TH PA INFANTRY, 2ND & 5TH US CAVALRY; WIA AT FIVE FORKS

A Model 1860 Cavalry Officer’s sword with its metal scabbard. Blade manufactured by C.R. Kirschbaum and assembled by importer William H. Horstmann & Sons of Philadelphia. Horstmann, a well-known… (136-22). Learn More »

$7,500.00
ON HOLD

US MODEL 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER PRESENTED TO 1ST LT. CHARLES H. BAKER, 1ST MAINE CAVALRY, CHRISTMAS 1861

US MODEL 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER PRESENTED TO 1ST LT. CHARLES H. BAKER, 1ST MAINE CAVALRY, CHRISTMAS 1861

Manufactured: Philadelphia, PA Maker: W. H. Horstmann & Sons Year: 1861 Model: 1840 cavalry officer Size: 32 inch blade, 1.23 wide, .367 thick Condition: Excellent+ A fine Horstmann Cavalry… (870-251). Learn More »

HIGH GRADE AMES M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO COL. ISAAC MARROW / MORROW, 3RD OHIO VOLUNTEERS

HIGH GRADE AMES M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO COL. ISAAC MARROW / MORROW, 3RD OHIO VOLUNTEERS

Manufactured: Chicopee, Mass. Maker: Ames Mfg. Co. Year: 1861 Model: 1850 S&F Size: 32.2 in. blade Condition: Excellent+ Engraved on the scabbard is "Presented to / Col I. H. Morrow (Isaac) / by… (870-385). Learn More »

$9,500.00
ON HOLD

M1860 CAVALRY SABER IDENTIFIED TO 9TH INDIANA CAVALRY TROOPER

M1860 CAVALRY SABER IDENTIFIED TO 9TH INDIANA CAVALRY TROOPER

This is an early “pick-up” relic. The weapon is a M-1860 Light Cavalry saber. Considered a lighter, more maneuverable weapon than its predecessor the M-1840 Wristbreaker, the light cavalry saber… (534-29). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR IMPORT OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO 1ST LIEUTENANT WILLIAM READ OF THE DUQUESNE GRAYS IN 1870

CIVIL WAR IMPORT OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO 1ST LIEUTENANT WILLIAM READ OF THE DUQUESNE GRAYS IN 1870

When drawn from the scabbard the overall length of the sword is approx. 38.00 inches measuring from point to pommel. The blade itself meas. approx. 32.00 inches from point to the base of the ricasso.… (970-01). Learn More »

$2,950.00
ON HOLD

US MODEL 1840 ARTILLERY SABER BY AMES ID’D TO BUGLER JOHN B. WALLACE, BATTERY D,  1ST WEST VIRGINIA LIGHT ARTILLERY

US MODEL 1840 ARTILLERY SABER BY AMES ID’D TO BUGLER JOHN B. WALLACE, BATTERY D, 1ST WEST VIRGINIA LIGHT ARTILLERY

Identified Civil War Ames Model 1840 artillery saber in very good condition. Made for artillery mounted units, this edged weapon is stamped on the obverse ricasso of the blade with a clear stamping… (870-619). Learn More »

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO AN ODDFELLOW IN 1861

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO AN ODDFELLOW IN 1861

This original Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s sword is complete with the original metal scabbard. This quality steel edged weapon was presented to Charles Hannabery of Philadelphia by members… (482-380). 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 »

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 »


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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 carry the Mamaluke sword. It is exceedingly rare… (870-52). Learn More »

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