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VERY SCARCE 1832 DATED FOOT ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD, FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

VERY SCARCE 1832 DATED FOOT ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD, FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

Among the new standardized sword patterns adopted by the U.S. Army between 1832 and 1834 was a short sword was modeled on the French 1816 pattern for artillerymen on foot. Looking like an ancient… (870-465). Learn More »

VERY RARE 1834 ENGINEER AND MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY HENRY BOKER, BELONGING TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN HENDRICKSON, WHO LOST A LEG AT FREDERICKSBURG, 83rd NEW YORK VOLS (9th NYSM) AND 13th V.R.C.

VERY RARE 1834 ENGINEER AND MEDICAL STAFF SWORD BY HENRY BOKER, BELONGING TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN HENDRICKSON, WHO LOST A LEG AT FREDERICKSBURG, 83rd NEW YORK VOLS (9th NYSM) AND 13th V.R.C.

New patterns of swords for the U.S. army were developed from 1832 to 1834. This elegant smallsword pattern (variously called by collectors the 1832 or 1834 pattern) was designated for officers of… (870-325). Learn More »

US MODEL 1812 .69 CALIBER SOCKET BAYONET

US MODEL 1812 .69 CALIBER SOCKET BAYONET

Bayonet manufactured for the US model 1812 Springfield Flintlock Musket. Socket bayonet measures 20” overall, blade length 16.50”. Stamped “US” on the flat of blade. Inspector letters “JA”… (1037-468). Learn More »

VERY NICE CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FROELICH CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD

VERY NICE CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FROELICH CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD

This classic Confederate cavalryman’s saber with its original scabbard made by Louis Froelich is in very good condition, complete and original. The hilt is the typical Froelich style with a Roman… (870-557). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABRE

VERY FINE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABRE

The drawn sword meas. approx. 41.00 inches from point to pommel. The blade itself is very bright with just the slightest scattered mottling and a point that has a slight bend in the last 0.50 inch.… (998-143). Learn More »

$4,995.00
Originally $5,595.00

MODEL 1855 SABER BAYONET

MODEL 1855 SABER BAYONET

The blade is approximately 21 ¼” length. No stampings on the ricasso. Fuller is about 14” long. It is a dark brown color with patchy oxidation. There are no nicks on the blade. The hilt is cast… (1000-1051). Learn More »

IMPORT MODEL 1842 “YATAGHAN” SABER BAYONET

IMPORT MODEL 1842 “YATAGHAN” SABER BAYONET

This is a copy of the French Model 1840 but with a "cock's comb" upper finial on the muzzle-ring and slightly longer blade (22 ¾” as compared to 20 ¼” on the Model 1840).  The blade is steel,… (1093-05). Learn More »

SCABBARD FOR US MODEL 1840 N.C.O. SWORD BY EMERSON & SILVER

SCABBARD FOR US MODEL 1840 N.C.O. SWORD BY EMERSON & SILVER

Operating out of Trenton, New Jersey, James Emerson entered the sword business in 1810 and teamed up with Joseph Silver from 1860 to 1865 to produce blades on military contract. Rarely ever seen on… (2020-103). Learn More »

$275.00
ON HOLD

18th CENTURY ARMOR PIERCING SPEARHEAD

18th CENTURY ARMOR PIERCING SPEARHEAD

The double-edged spear-point blade of this spear or pike head has a thick central body with hexagonal cross-section until shortly before the point, where it narrows to a four-sided blade with diamond… (2020-137). Learn More »

SABER BAYONET FOR THE SHARPS & HANKINS OR THE SHARPS NAVAL RIFLE - NO SCABBARD

SABER BAYONET FOR THE SHARPS & HANKINS OR THE SHARPS NAVAL RIFLE - NO SCABBARD

Overall the bayonet meas. approx. 25.25 inches long. The blade itself is 20.25 inches long with a semi-bright surface and moderate scattered mottling with minor pitting in the point area. There are… (172-5535). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO JAMES W. PRESTON BY THE CHATHAM ARTILLERY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO JAMES W. PRESTON BY THE CHATHAM ARTILLERY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

This beautiful sword was presented by the Chatham Artillery as a prize for gunnery in 1848. The organization is an old and illustrious militia organization of Savannah, claiming descent from earlier… (870-99). Learn More »

U.S. MIILITIA OFFICER’S EAGLE POMMEL SWORD 1835-1860

U.S. MIILITIA OFFICER’S EAGLE POMMEL SWORD 1835-1860

This eagle pommel sword has beautifully detailed casting and chasing to its ornate hilt and a blade that was tri-colored: bright-etched, blued, and gilt. There is no maker’s mark, but some have… (2020-93). Learn More »

$895.00
ON HOLD

EXCAVATED BOYLE, GAMBLE AND MCFEE BAYONET ADAPTER, 1ST MODEL

EXCAVATED BOYLE, GAMBLE AND MCFEE BAYONET ADAPTER, 1ST MODEL

Recovered in central Virginia. Bayonet adapters enabled rifles such as the Model 1817 and Model 1841, as well as Southern-made military rifles, to be mounted with bayonets without weakening barrels by… (1000-2326). Learn More »

EXCAVATED BOYLE, GAMBLE AND MCFEE BAYONET ADAPTER, 1ST MODEL

EXCAVATED BOYLE, GAMBLE AND MCFEE BAYONET ADAPTER, 1ST MODEL

Recovered in central Virginia. Bayonet adapters enabled rifles such as the Model 1817 and Model 1841, as well as Southern-made military rifles, to be mounted with bayonets without weakening barrels by… (1000-2329). Learn More »

US 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE MADE BY THE AMES SWORD COMPANY

US 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE MADE BY THE AMES SWORD COMPANY

This sword was a product of the Ames Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of swords, tools and cutlery in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Ames was also involved in iron and bronze foundry. Ames was a major… (1047-118). Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE

US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE

Classic original Civil War Officer’s Sabre manufacturer unknown. Possibly an Ames or Roby made. Standard US single edge blade with a stopped fuller. Blade measures 32 ¼ by 1 1/8 inch at the… (33-222). Learn More »

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE WHITNEY PLYMOUTH 1861 NAVY RIFLE

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE WHITNEY PLYMOUTH 1861 NAVY RIFLE

US Navy Captain John A. Dahlgren had a penchant for ordnance development and recommended adoption of a .69 caliber rifle to the navy in the late 1850s. Some 10,000 were delivered from 1861 to 1864 and… (1037-402). Learn More »

SABER BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR THE WHITNEY PLYMOUTH 1861 NAVY RIFLE SERIAL NUMBER 5681

SABER BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR THE WHITNEY PLYMOUTH 1861 NAVY RIFLE SERIAL NUMBER 5681

This is very good example of the saber (or sword) bayonet issued with the US Navy’s Model 1861 rifle. Developed by John Dahlgren in the late 1850s, and nicknamed for the USS Plymouth, on which the… (490-1827). Learn More »

$575.00
ON HOLD

SABER BAYONET FOR J. HENRY & SONS RIFLE MUSKET

SABER BAYONET FOR J. HENRY & SONS RIFLE MUSKET

This bayonet is an original Civil War saber bayonet for a .58 caliber rifle musket made by J. Henry & Sons of Philadelphia. Henry made approximately 600 muskets between 1861 and 1862. Bayonet… (490-2075). Learn More »

PLYMOUTH RIFLE SABER BAYONET WITH SCABBARD & RARE FROG

PLYMOUTH RIFLE SABER BAYONET WITH SCABBARD & RARE FROG

US Navy Captain John A. Dahlgren had a penchant for ordnance development and recommended adoption of a .69 caliber rifle to the navy in the late 1850s. Some 10,000 were delivered from 1861 to 1864 and… (490-2114). Learn More »


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MAMALUKE SABER MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND

Manufactured: England  Maker: William Harvey  Year: 1840 - 1850  Model: Mameluke  Size: 30.25  Condition: VG Wonderful Mamaluke Saber manufactured in England.  Most likely for a British officer but possible it was imported to the US market. … (870-74). Learn More »

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