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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… (490-2747). Learn More »

1902 U.S. OFFICER’S SABER BY AMES, PRE-1930, EXCELLENT CONDITION

1902 U.S. OFFICER’S SABER BY AMES, PRE-1930, EXCELLENT CONDITION

This pattern was adopted for all officers, except Chaplains, in 1902, with the guard specified as nickeled in December. This one is complete and in excellent condition with bright, blade, hilt, and… (766-1628). Learn More »

$225.00
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SCARCE AFRICAN-AMERICAN KNIGHTS OF TABOR FRATERNAL SWORD

SCARCE AFRICAN-AMERICAN KNIGHTS OF TABOR FRATERNAL SWORD

The Knights of Tabor was formally organized in 1872 in Independence, Missouri, by Moses Dickson, but its founding as the Order of Twelve was said to go back to 1855 or even 1846 as an anti-slavery… (766-1626). Learn More »

JAPANESE KYU-GUNTO, TYPE-19, ARMY OFFICER’S SWORD

JAPANESE KYU-GUNTO, TYPE-19, ARMY OFFICER’S SWORD

This Japanese sword is made in the heavily European influenced Kyu-Gunto style with a French style brass hilt with floral open-work guard with knucklebow and floral decorated pommel cap, made integral… (766-1629). Learn More »

MODEL 1902 U.S. OFFICER’S SABER BY N.S. MEYER, EAGLE AS GREAT SEAL, ENTWINED U.S.

MODEL 1902 U.S. OFFICER’S SABER BY N.S. MEYER, EAGLE AS GREAT SEAL, ENTWINED U.S.

Nathan S. Meyer established himself in the army and navy goods business in New York City in 1906, but claimed the business went back to 1868, certainly a reference to the D.C. military goods operation… (766-1627). Learn More »

BRITISH NAPOLEONIC WAR REGULATION PATTERN 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER, EX-RON TUNISON COLLECTION

BRITISH NAPOLEONIC WAR REGULATION PATTERN 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER, EX-RON TUNISON COLLECTION

This fine sword is complete with its original scabbard. The massive 33 inch long "Butch Tip" blade is deeply stamped "GILL" on the spine. Also an inspector's stamp of a crown over "1" is clearly… (88-95). Learn More »

$995.00
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CLASSIC CONFEDERATE ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER AND WOOD SCABBARD BY HAMMOND MARSHALL OR KRAFT, GOLDSCHMIDT AND KRAFT

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER AND WOOD SCABBARD BY HAMMOND MARSHALL OR KRAFT, GOLDSCHMIDT AND KRAFT

Known examples of this sword with this scabbard include one in the Wray Collection at the Atlanta History Center. Some collectors still refer to it as a product of Hammond Marshall and Company of… (1164-29). Learn More »

ULTRA RARE BRITISH PATTERN 1788 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

ULTRA RARE BRITISH PATTERN 1788 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

This may be one of the hardest patterns of British sabers to find. Our example is the trooper's model but possibly NCOs as it has ray skin grips. The 36-inch blade is in excellent condition and deeply… (88-96). Learn More »

$1,295.00
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NAPOLEONIC WARS BRITISH 1796 PATTERN HEAVY CAVALRY TROOPER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD BY GILL

NAPOLEONIC WARS BRITISH 1796 PATTERN HEAVY CAVALRY TROOPER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD BY GILL

This sword is maker marked, inspected, and still with its original scabbard, both bearing the same rack numbers. These were modeled on the Austrian 1775 cuirassier saber and were officially replaced… (1164-22). Learn More »

VERY NICE M1840 NCO SWORD AND SCABBARD BY AMES

VERY NICE M1840 NCO SWORD AND SCABBARD BY AMES

This Ames NCO sword rates about excellent for condition. The only fault we can find are a few gray spots near the tip. The rest of the blade is bright and even shows some cross polishing above the… (1145-05). Learn More »

$650.00
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SCHUYLER, HARTLEY AND GRAHAM U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

SCHUYLER, HARTLEY AND GRAHAM U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

This is a very good example of the regulation Civil War cavalry officer’s saber sold by the well known Civil War military goods firm of Schuyler, Hartley and Graham. This is the 1860 pattern and is… (766-1620). Learn More »

SABER BAYONET FOR SPENCER NAVY RIFLE

SABER BAYONET FOR SPENCER NAVY RIFLE

These were produced for the first lot of Spencer rifles bought by the Navy, numbered under 1000, and fitted with a bayonet stud. The blade is approximately 20 1/8 inches in length and marked… (218-594). Learn More »

BRITISH PATTERN 1821 OFFICER OF INFANTRY SWORD

BRITISH PATTERN 1821 OFFICER OF INFANTRY SWORD

An absolutely gorgeous British Pattern 1821 Officer of infantry sword manufactured prior to 1845.  Minty 27-inch pipe back blade etched with the crown over "VR". Original leather and brass mounted… (88-97). Learn More »

US M1816 SOCKET BAYONET

US M1816 SOCKET BAYONET

This is an original angular socket bayonet made for the US Model 1816 Flintlock Musket longarm. In time, the M1816 was converted to a percussion musket and the accompanying accoutrements could also be… (172-5675). 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… (490-2760). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD AND SCABBARD BY AMES WITH MATCHING INSPECTOR MARKS

U.S. MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD AND SCABBARD BY AMES WITH MATCHING INSPECTOR MARKS

This is good example of the regulation U.S. 1840 pattern musician’s sword and scabbard by Ames, dated 1864 and showing the “G.K.C.” U.S. inspection stamp of Armory Sub-Inspector George K. Carter… (766-1600). Learn More »

$450.00
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U.S. EXPERIMENTAL U.S. 1905/1906 CAVALRY SABER

U.S. EXPERIMENTAL U.S. 1905/1906 CAVALRY SABER

This is an excellent example of the scarce experimental saber issued on a trial basis starting in 1905 and 1906. The Ordnance Department wanted a saber that was better adapted for the thrust than the… (766-1623). Learn More »

REGULATION M1850 U.S. FOOT OFFICER’S BY AMES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

REGULATION M1850 U.S. FOOT OFFICER’S BY AMES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

This is a very good example of the Civil War regulation sword for line officers by the best-known American maker of edge weapons. Made regulation in 1850 for infantry lieutenants and captains, and… (766-1609). Learn More »

$975.00
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U.S. MARINE CORPS MODEL 1826/1875 OFFICER’S SWORD

U.S. MARINE CORPS MODEL 1826/1875 OFFICER’S SWORD

The U.S. Marine Corps returned to its emblematic Mameluke style officer’s sword in 1875, having adopted the army 1850 pattern in 1859. In doing so they returned to a pattern first introduced in… (1047-75). Learn More »

NAPOLEONIC ERA BRITISH NAVAL DIRK IN THE MAMELUKE FASHION

NAPOLEONIC ERA BRITISH NAVAL DIRK IN THE MAMELUKE FASHION

In addition to a long, deeply curved blade, this dirk has the full Mameluke style grip of mellow, cream colored bone, reeded along the top and bottom with the grooves framing a single grip rivet,… (1164-44). Learn More »


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WONDERFUL HALF PLATE AMBROTYPE OF TWO EARLY WAR INFANTRYMEN FROM MISSOURI

These two fresh recruits sit dressed in four button sack coats and matching dark trousers. Both sport US waist belts with a cap box and bayonet, and dark blue caps with the visors flipped up. Nice view of the muskets which both hold across the chest… (2021-802). Learn More »

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