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M1905 SWORD BAYONET SCABBARD, FOR M1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE

M1905 SWORD BAYONET SCABBARD, FOR M1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE

Dated 1906, with crisp ”R.I.A.” [Rock Island Arsenal], and “E.H.S.” inspector markings. Leather scabbard with metal throat, 16.625” length, 1.75” in width. Overall length, with japanned… (864-03). Learn More »

MODEL 1839 BAYONET SCABBARD WITH BUFF SHOULDER BELT – IDENTIFIED

MODEL 1839 BAYONET SCABBARD WITH BUFF SHOULDER BELT – IDENTIFIED

Regulation model 1839 Scabbard in a white buff shoulder belt (baldric). The scabbard features a brass throat and tip. The brass tip has a few dents. The stitching is complete and unbroken. Scabbard is… (172-4122). Learn More »

EARLY-WAR SPRINGFIELD BAYONET SCABBARD

EARLY-WAR SPRINGFIELD BAYONET SCABBARD

Black leather scabbard for the Springfield bayonet. The leather body is in nice condition with a good tight seam running up the back with no surface crazing or finish loss. Typical brass scabbard tip… (172-3500). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 BAYONET SCABBARD

MODEL 1873 BAYONET SCABBARD

Early pattern metal scabbard used with the 1873 bayonet. Belt loop is leather with a brass escutcheon plate bearing “N.G.P.” (National Guard Pennsylvania). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (362-526). Learn More »


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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 States Consul”. Born on February 8, 1801 in Exeter,… (870-60). Learn More »

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