Edged Weapons

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FASCINE KNIFE

FASCINE KNIFE

This measures about 13 inches overall, including a short simple wood handle fitting into an iron ferrule. It has curved blade extending out about 8 inches that is fitted with a ax head extension just… (2021-979). Learn More »

FASCINE KNIFE WITH MAKER'S MARK

FASCINE KNIFE WITH MAKER'S MARK

This measures about 16 inches overall, including its simple wood handle fitting into an iron ferrule, and has a 9-inch, maker marked blade. These come in several forms, but the common feature is a… (2021-980). Learn More »

PRE-MEXICAN WAR US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1841

PRE-MEXICAN WAR US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1841

Adopted by the army in 1832, in the U.S. Army this gladius-pattern short sword was intended for sergeants, musicians, and artillerymen serving on foot until the introduction of the 1840 pattern… (1151-03). Learn More »

1767 FRENCH INFANTRY BRIQUET (HANGER)

1767 FRENCH INFANTRY BRIQUET (HANGER)

This example has the correct 2 piece brass hilt which dates it as the earliest production. An untouched uncleaned example with a 24 inch blade. The blade has a light brown patina but shows little or… (88-93). Learn More »

CLASSIC EARLY AN IX FRENCH NAPOLEONIC BRIQUET OR HANGER

CLASSIC EARLY AN IX FRENCH NAPOLEONIC BRIQUET OR HANGER

Classic early AN IX French Napoleonic briquet or hanger. This outstanding specimen was made ca. 1803 just prior to Naploeon being crowned Emperor. It is engraved on the spine "Manfacture de… (88-92). Learn More »

$595.00
ON HOLD

INSCRIBED HORSTMANN 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD OF LT. GEORGE KENNEY, LIKELY BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT GLENDALE

INSCRIBED HORSTMANN 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD OF LT. GEORGE KENNEY, LIKELY BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT GLENDALE

This very nice 1850 Foot Officer’s sword by Horstmann has a non-regulation, but very practical metal scabbard and is inscribed inside the guard in script, “Lt. George Kenney.” The volunteer… (1117-114). Learn More »

$3,200.00
Originally $3,500.00

RARE EBERLE 1796 CONTRACT MARKED BAYONET

RARE EBERLE 1796 CONTRACT MARKED BAYONET

This rare bayonet is marked by the maker in a sunken cartouche with raised letters on the base of the blade reading “Eberle.” Charles Louis Eberle emigrated to the U.S. from Germany with brothers… (1052-86). Learn More »

HEWES AND PHILLIPS OR REMINGTON MAYNARD M1816 BAYONET

HEWES AND PHILLIPS OR REMINGTON MAYNARD M1816 BAYONET

The 1816 pattern bayonets supplied by Remington with their Maynard conversions of Model 1816 flintlock muskets starting in 1854 and those supplied by Hewes and Phillips on M1816s altered by them for… (1052-85). Learn More »

US 1835/42 SOCKET BAYONET

US 1835/42 SOCKET BAYONET

These bayonets introduced the locking ring as a standard feature on U.S. socket bayonets and were developed for the new 1835 flintlock muskets, which went into production in 1840 and were quickly… (1052-83). Learn More »

US M1816 BAYONET WITH “S” INSPECTOR’S MARKING

US M1816 BAYONET WITH “S” INSPECTOR’S MARKING

This M1816 bayonet has a blade marking that seems to be an “S” with serifs and has the numeral “121” stamped near the edge of the socket. It is possible the blade mark is something more… (1052-82). Learn More »

HARPERS FERRY MADE US M1816 BAYONET

HARPERS FERRY MADE US M1816 BAYONET

This bayonet is marked on the blade with a small U over US listed by Reilly and subsequently identified among collectors as Harpers Ferry. This also bears a P/96 stamp on the underside of the socket… (1052-74). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER DATED 1865 WITH RACK NUMBERS

AMES MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER DATED 1865 WITH RACK NUMBERS

This is an excellent example of the classic Civil War Union cavalry saber made by the Ames Manufacturing Company, the weapon’s foremost producer. The sword is untouched and the way many collectors… (2021-771). Learn More »

BALTIMORE ROSS WINANS PIKE FROM THE MOLLUS WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

BALTIMORE ROSS WINANS PIKE FROM THE MOLLUS WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

Pikes were made throughout the south at the beginning of the war as potential weapons of necessity. This particular style is from a group hastily made in Baltimore in April 1861 at the workshops of… (1052-11). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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SPLENDID ARABIC SILVER MOUNTED JAMBIYA

SPLENDID ARABIC SILVER MOUNTED JAMBIYA

Blade length 11 1/4", of typical form with 4 grooves, of excellent workmanship and condition, sharp enough to shave with. Top 2 mounts of all-silver construction, while 7-inch drag is brass. Fabric… (88-78). Learn More »

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/EB INSPECTOR’S AND SECONDARY MARKING

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/EB INSPECTOR’S AND SECONDARY MARKING

This 1816 pattern bayonet shows a “US / EB” blade mark at the base that Reilly lists among inspector’s marks, likely a set of initials. The “EB” is light but legible. Below that is a… (1052-78). Learn More »

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/JR INSPECTOR’S MARKING AND BATCH CODE

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/JR INSPECTOR’S MARKING AND BATCH CODE

This Model 1816 shows a US/JR inspector’s mark on the base of the blade along with a small script “W” and a rubbed letter or number in between. The socket also bears an alpha-numeric stamp “A… (1052-71). Learn More »

NEPALESE KUKRI KNIFE

NEPALESE KUKRI KNIFE

Wonderful Kukri. "The Gorkhas claim to belong to the Kshatri or warrior class, and therefore to the ancient military division of Hinduism. They are a warlike race, and, as already remarked, made a… (88-83). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 TROWEL BAYONET & SCABBARD

MODEL 1873 TROWEL BAYONET & SCABBARD

The item is in very nice condition. Blade has no visible markings. Socket has notch and appears to be very clean. Small amounts of the blued finish has worn off the socket while the blade is bright… (766-1605). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CLOVERLEAF PIKE

CONFEDERATE CLOVERLEAF PIKE

Confederate polearms are a testimony to southern innovation, if not desperation, in the face of early-war arms shortages. They were simple, easy to produce, manufactured in several locations, and… (766-1551). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SABER BY THOMAS GRISWOLD

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SABER BY THOMAS GRISWOLD

This Confederate M1840 Mounted Artillery Saber is in very good condition. The ricasso is stamped “T.G. & Co. / N.O.” which stands for the firm of Thomas Griswold & Company of New Orleans.… (2021-1034). Learn More »


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