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US 50/70 SPRINGFIELD SOCKET BAYONET

US 50/70 SPRINGFIELD SOCKET BAYONET

Triangular socket bayonet which looks similar to the 1855 bayonet but made for a 50/70 rifle which has a smaller bore. Surface is bright with moderate mottling, and minor pitting on the socket and… (172-5682). Learn More »

DAHLGREN BOWIE KNIFE BAYONET

DAHLGREN BOWIE KNIFE BAYONET

Admiral Dahlgren is well known for his experiments with naval ordnance. In his development of a rifle musket for the Navy he suggested a bayonet in the form of a Bowie knife in 1856, though he… (766-1779). Learn More »

AMOSKEAG MUSKET BAYONET

AMOSKEAG MUSKET BAYONET

Due to the increase in arms production during the Civil War, Springfield Amory reached out to various independent contractors.  Many contractors did not have any identifying marks.  However, the… (490-2762). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL EAGLE POMMEL SABER WITH TRICOLOR BLADE

BEAUTIFUL EAGLE POMMEL SABER WITH TRICOLOR BLADE

This sword is in spectacular condition with lots of original gilt finish on the hilt and a wonderful blued, gilt, and bright-etched blade with eagle motif on blade and hilt. It is a showpiece for… (766-1791). 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 »

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. 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 »

RARE M1873 WINCHESTER SABER BAYONET & SCABBARD

RARE M1873 WINCHESTER SABER BAYONET & SCABBARD

Saber bayonet measures 24 ¾” overall with a 20” long blade. Clean, bright blade with no nicks. No maker’s marks. Wide gutter on both sides. Cast brass guard and handle. Guard has muzzle ring… (721-102). Learn More »

$1,000.00
Originally $1,200.00

NEAR MINT SILVER PLATED AND GILT-ETCHED EAGLE-POMMEL PRESENTATION 1902 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJ. ALFRED B. WELCH, 9th U.S. FIELD ARTILLERY

NEAR MINT SILVER PLATED AND GILT-ETCHED EAGLE-POMMEL PRESENTATION 1902 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJ. ALFRED B. WELCH, 9th U.S. FIELD ARTILLERY

This is a beautiful high-end example of the U.S. 1902 officer’s saber made by Eickorn of Solingen in excellent to near mint condition. The hilt and guard are steel, as mandated in December 1902, but… (490-2635). Learn More »

RELIC CONDITION M1816 BAYONET

RELIC CONDITION M1816 BAYONET

This relic condition bayonet was 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 affixed… (179-1119). Learn More »

1856 DATED SIDE KNIFE AND SCABBARD

1856 DATED SIDE KNIFE AND SCABBARD

This knife is probably Mexican in origin, though it may well have seen use north of the border. The round wood grip has a nice surface and color and shows very pretty graining. The pommel is brass, as… (766-1594). Learn More »

CA. 1799-1806 U.S. SPRINGFIELD BAYONET

CA. 1799-1806 U.S. SPRINGFIELD BAYONET

This bayonet has an unbridged mortise, is set up for use on a musket with a top mounted bayonet stud, and includes a deeply stuck “US/NS” blade stamp. The fitting for a top mounted bayonet stud… (1052-73). Learn More »

US M1855 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

US M1855 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

This is a standard Model 1855 socket bayonet with accompanying scabbard.  The bayonet blade measures 18” and has ‘US’ with a center punch mark stamped on the flat shank. There is a clear marked… (1053-22). Learn More »

EARLY MODEL 1816 BAYONET

EARLY MODEL 1816 BAYONET

This Model 1816 bayonet does not have a fuller showing that it is of early production. The iron surface is dark with moderate surface pitting throughout. Socket has a bridged mortise and its interior… (172-5676). Learn More »

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 »

MODEL 1860 FIELD & STAFF OFFICERS SWORD PRESENTED TO SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR CAPTAIN WILLIAM FAIRWEATHER

MODEL 1860 FIELD & STAFF OFFICERS SWORD PRESENTED TO SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR CAPTAIN WILLIAM FAIRWEATHER

This sword is in the Model 1860 Field and Staff Officer’s sword. Under the counterguard is a presentation to Captain William Fairweather of Company G, 6th Massachusetts Infantry. The blade is double… (136-25). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED NEW YORK US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD AND RIG; 1834 DATED WITH HUSE HILT

IDENTIFIED NEW YORK US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD AND RIG; 1834 DATED WITH HUSE HILT

This is an a very nice example of the U.S. Model 1832 short sword, dated 1834, supplied to New York under the militia act and fitted with the state’s version of the US 1839 pattern artillery plate.… (1142-119). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO / KOREA UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S MAMALUKE SWORD

WORLD WAR TWO / KOREA UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S MAMALUKE SWORD

The drawn sword meas. approx. 36.00 inches long. The blade itself meas. approx. 31.00 inches long x 0.75 of an inch wide at the ricasso. It has a central fuller that starts just above the ricasso and… (2021-944). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD: TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION, HIS GALLANTRY ON THE BATTLEFIELD SPARED HIM A COURTMARTIAL – CAPT. WM. ACKERMANN, 62ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (ANDERSON ZOUAVES)

PRESENTATION SWORD: TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION, HIS GALLANTRY ON THE BATTLEFIELD SPARED HIM A COURTMARTIAL – CAPT. WM. ACKERMANN, 62ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (ANDERSON ZOUAVES)

This exceptional, silvered Model 1850 staff and field officer’s presentation sword was given to a twice-wounded captain of the Anderson Zouaves by the men of his company. The sword was made by Ball,… (870-138). Learn More »

SCARCE 1858 DATED AMES M1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

SCARCE 1858 DATED AMES M1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

1858 was the first year Ames dated his new pattern cavalry sabers that collectors still refer to as the “Model 1860,” though he was in talks with U.S. Ordnance about a new pattern cavalry saber in… (766-1612). Learn More »


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CIVIL WAR PRIVATELY PURCHASED FORAGE CAP WITH 23rd CORPS BADGE

This is a very good example of an original Civil War, Union army, privately purchased, or commercial, forage cap. These were typically worn by officers, who had to purchase their own uniforms and equipment from military outfitters, but were available… (1052-162). Learn More »

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