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US MODEL 1863 REMINGTON ZOUAVE SABRE BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

US MODEL 1863 REMINGTON ZOUAVE SABRE BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

The blade meas. approx. 20.00 inches long with a 13.25 inch unstopped central fuller. The blade’s surface is clean and bright. The last third of the blade shows some very light oxidation. The true… (1184-59). Learn More »

NEAR MINT US JOSLYN MODEL 1855 NAVY SABRE BAYONET – NO SCABBARD

NEAR MINT US JOSLYN MODEL 1855 NAVY SABRE BAYONET – NO SCABBARD

The blade meas. approx. 22.00 inches long with a 14.00 inch unstopped central fuller. The blade’s surface is clean and bright with some minor mottling near the point and light hard to see oxidation.… (218-600). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 HARPER’S FERRY SABRE BAYONET - NO SCABBARD

US MODEL 1855 HARPER’S FERRY SABRE BAYONET - NO SCABBARD

The blade meas. approx. 21.50 inches long with a 16.50 inch central fuller. The blade’s surface is semi-bright with moderate scattered mottling and light scattered surface pitting. The true edge has… (490-3211). Learn More »

SHARPS AND HANKINS SABRE BYONET & SCABBARD BY COLLINS & COMPANY DATED 1861

SHARPS AND HANKINS SABRE BYONET & SCABBARD BY COLLINS & COMPANY DATED 1861

Overall the bayonet meas. approx. 25.25 inches long. The blade itself is 20.25 inches long with a 13.25 inch long fuller. The blade surface shows hints of brightness but it is heavily mottled with… (490-5230). Learn More »

NICE M1859 SHARPS RIFLE SABER BAYONET

NICE M1859 SHARPS RIFLE SABER BAYONET

Saber-style bayonet for the Sharps Rifle. The overall length of this bayonet is 26.75” while the graceful-looking, slightly curved blade itself is 22” long. Bayonet was primarily intended for… (169-594). Learn More »

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE “KENANSVILLE” SABER BAYONET

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE “KENANSVILLE” SABER BAYONET

This rare edged weapon measures approximately 26.25” long overall with a 21.75” long unmarked yataghan blade with fuller.  The cast brass hilt has a cross guard featuring a muzzle ring on top… (490-3212). Learn More »

$2,200.00
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COLLINS & COMPANY BAYONET FOR THE SHARPS RIFLE

COLLINS & COMPANY BAYONET FOR THE SHARPS RIFLE

Here is an example of an early state marked US 1798 Contract Socket Bayonet. As is typical of most of these bayonets, delivered in conjunction with the US 1798 contract muskets. As is typical of… (169-610). Learn More »

US MODEL 1816 SOCKET BAYONET – SOUTH CAROLINA

US MODEL 1816 SOCKET BAYONET – SOUTH CAROLINA

Bayonet is in good overall condition. The surface has scattered light pitting with a brown patina.  Measures approximately 19” long overall with 3” socket. Top fuller is 9” long. Small, and… (490-3271). Learn More »

RARE SOCKET BAYONET FOR THE MODEL 1860 SPENCER RIFLE

RARE SOCKET BAYONET FOR THE MODEL 1860 SPENCER RIFLE

Made for the Model 1860 Spencer Army rifle, this extremely scarce Federal accoutrement is an original angular socket bayonet in very good condition. Roy Marcot’s excellent book, Spencer Repeating… (169-609). Learn More »

$750.00
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SHARPS SABER BAYONET FOR THE MITCHEL SHARPS CONTRACT– DATED 1861 MADE BY AMES

SHARPS SABER BAYONET FOR THE MITCHEL SHARPS CONTRACT– DATED 1861 MADE BY AMES

Overall length of the bayonet is 26.75 inches. The blade itself meas. just under 22.00 inches long with a central fuller that meas. approx. 14.25 inches. The true edge is free of nicks while the blade… (169-616). Learn More »

RARE M1840 U.S. ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER MADE BY AMES BUT ETCHED AND RETAILED BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY AND GRAHAM: THE ONE IN THE BOOK!

RARE M1840 U.S. ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER MADE BY AMES BUT ETCHED AND RETAILED BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY AND GRAHAM: THE ONE IN THE BOOK!

This is an extremely rare M1840 U.S. artillery officer’s saber made by Ames but etched and retailed by Schuyler, Hartley and Graham. Thillmann knew only of this one example, and until it was found… (870-637). Learn More »

$10,500.00
Originally $13,950.00

NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM - LT. JAMES MOFFAT, 16TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM - LT. JAMES MOFFAT, 16TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly… (870-653). Learn More »

$5,750.00
Originally $7,650.00

PRESENTATION SWORD FROM JAY COOKE, FINANCIER OF THE UNION, TO FELLOW SANDUSKY OHIO NATIVE LT. JAY COOKE SMITH, 101st OHIO, ADC TO GEN. CRUFT AND BRIGADE COMMANDER KIRBY, 4th ARMY CORPS: “…MOUNTED AND CONTINUALLY ON THE FRONT LINE” AT NASHVILLE.

PRESENTATION SWORD FROM JAY COOKE, FINANCIER OF THE UNION, TO FELLOW SANDUSKY OHIO NATIVE LT. JAY COOKE SMITH, 101st OHIO, ADC TO GEN. CRUFT AND BRIGADE COMMANDER KIRBY, 4th ARMY CORPS: “…MOUNTED AND CONTINUALLY ON THE FRONT LINE” AT NASHVILLE.

This elegant and very high quality, non-regulation presentation staff and field officer’s sword was formerly in the renowned collection of Kevin Hoffman and is pictured both his book, “Swords of… (870-650). Learn More »

$5,625.00
Originally $7,500.00

SCARCE AND DESIRABLE AMES MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, EX- KEVIN HOFFMAN

SCARCE AND DESIRABLE AMES MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, EX- KEVIN HOFFMAN

This is a very good example of a very hard to find saber formerly in the collection of Kevin Hoffman and likely the same one shown on page 90 of Thillmann’s Civil War Cavalry and Artillery Sabers to… (870-625). Learn More »

$7,125.00
Originally $9,500.00
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BRITISH 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER MADE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET

BRITISH 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER MADE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET

This steel-hilted saber is modeled on the British 1796 light cavalry saber and the style was very popular in American mounted units from before the War of 1812 right into the 1840s. This has a very… (870-624). Learn More »

$2,395.00
Originally $3,150.00

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1855 “COLLINS & CO” SOCKET BAYONET

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1855 “COLLINS & CO” SOCKET BAYONET

This accouterment is an original Civil War socket bayonet made by the Collins & Company of Collinsville, CT. The total length of the bayonet is 21” long while the blade itself is approximately… (169-593). Learn More »

RICHMOND STYLE CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

RICHMOND STYLE CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

Confederate artillery short swords are collecting category of their own. This one shares enough characteristics with those of Boyle and Gamble to suggest a Richmond connection, but is possibly by… (870-484). Learn More »

$3,000.00
Originally $4,000.00

M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, WITH MEYERSBERG SYMBOL ON BLADE

M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, WITH MEYERSBERG SYMBOL ON BLADE

Manufactured: Solingen Maker: Weyersberg / Horstmann Year: Sword undated, scabbard 1861 Model: 1832  Size: 19.25 inch blade The W. H. Horstmann company had a strong association with the  Gebruder… (870-466). Learn More »

$1,350.00
Originally $1,800.00
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ELABORATE PRESENTATION GRADE OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD INSCRIBED TO CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS HOELZLE OF BATTERY K ARTILLERY OF THE 1ST DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

ELABORATE PRESENTATION GRADE OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD INSCRIBED TO CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS HOELZLE OF BATTERY K ARTILLERY OF THE 1ST DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

This sword was probably sold by Schuyler, Hartley & Graham of New York. The pattern is pictured in their 1864 catalogue in figures 13 and 16. Rather than have a standard blade, the lightly curved… (870-447). Learn More »

$7,125.00
Originally $9,500.00

REMINGTON ALTERATION SABER BAYONET FOR THE US MODEL 1841 RIFLE – MADE BY COLLINS & COMPANY

REMINGTON ALTERATION SABER BAYONET FOR THE US MODEL 1841 RIFLE – MADE BY COLLINS & COMPANY

Overall length of the bayonet is 24.50 inches. The blade itself is 19.50 inches long with a central fuller that meas. approx. 15.25 inches. The true edge is free of nicks while the blade surface has a… (169-589). Learn More »


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VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

Officially referred to as army bootees, collectors most often know them as brogans, a term used at the time, though soldiers mostly called them just shoes. They were produced in a number of variations, with both sewn and pegged soles, made by hand… (149-42). Learn More »

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