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EMERSON AND SILVER M1840 NCO SWORD SCABBARDEMERSON AND SILVER M1840 NCO SWORD SCABBARD

EMERSON AND SILVER M1840 NCO SWORD SCABBARD

Emerson and Silver of Trenton, NJ, were prolific sword makers during the war, supplying, among other patterns, 12,009 Model 1840 noncommissioned officer’s swords to the government from 1862 to 1864.… (2021-1031). Learn More »

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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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/TA INSPECTOR’S MARKING AND BATCH CODES

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/TA INSPECTOR’S MARKING AND BATCH CODES

This Model 1816 is from a collection of bayonets we recently acquired. It shows a US/TA inspector’s mark on the base of the blade, listed by Reilly among inspection marks. The socket also bears an… (1052-75). Learn More »

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/EB INSPECTOR’S MARKING

US M1816 BAYONET WITH US/EB INSPECTOR’S MARKING

This Model 1816 shows a small “US” on the base of the blade and several numbers on the neck: “80,” “3,” and what is likely a larger, rubbed “80.” This was carefully cleaned and is,… (1052-84). Learn More »

US 1808-1812 BAYONET

US 1808-1812 BAYONET

This 1808-1812 U.S. bayonet is unmarked, 16 1/2-inches overall, with an unbridged mortise and slightly squarer shaped shoulders than many produced during the period showing their descent from French… (1052-80). Learn More »

US 1808-1812 BAYONET

US 1808-1812 BAYONET

This 1808-1812 U.S. bayonet is unmarked, 17-inches long, and one of the wide variety of unbridged socket bayonets produced for muskets made by contractors and national armories during the period. As… (1052-81). Learn More »

SABER BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR THE WHITNEY PLYMOUTH 1861 NAVY RIFLE, SERIAL NUMBER 9445

SABER BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR THE WHITNEY PLYMOUTH 1861 NAVY RIFLE, SERIAL NUMBER 9445

This is an excellent 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… (218-576). Learn More »

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US M1835/40 SOCKET BAYONET

US M1835/40 SOCKET BAYONET

This bayonet would have been issued with the M1835 flintlock or possibly a conversion musket. The M1835 flintlock was the last pattern flintlock musket produced by U.S arsenals.  The bayonet’s… (172-5693). Learn More »

ONE OF THE BEST REFERENCE BOOKS ON BOWIE KNIVES FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

ONE OF THE BEST REFERENCE BOOKS ON BOWIE KNIVES FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

This book is titled “THE BOWIE KNIFE – UNSHEATHING AN AMERICAN LEGEND” by the well-known gun expert, the late Norm Flayderman. The volume was published in 2004 by Mowbray Publishing. The volume… (1100-288). Learn More »

IRISH LEGION, PHOENIX REGIMENT, 4th REGT EMPIRE BRIGADE, CORCORAN ZOUAVES, ETC.: PRESENTATION SWORD OF JOSEPH E. EBLING!

IRISH LEGION, PHOENIX REGIMENT, 4th REGT EMPIRE BRIGADE, CORCORAN ZOUAVES, ETC.: PRESENTATION SWORD OF JOSEPH E. EBLING!

Joseph E. Ebling helped raise the Phoenix Regiment, recruited largely among men of Irish extraction in New York City and otherwise known as the Corcoran Zouaves, the Irish Legion, 4th Regiment Empire… (172-5736). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITIA BAYONET SCABBARD, WITH TWO EAGLE BUTTONS

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITIA BAYONET SCABBARD, WITH TWO EAGLE BUTTONS

Leather scabbard is in good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and crazing. No breaks. Stitching is complete with no splits. Brass tip is in place and is undented; two tacks are… (172-5612). Learn More »

P1849 AUSTRIAN RIFLE SABRE BAYONET

P1849 AUSTRIAN RIFLE SABRE BAYONET

This model bayonet was to be used with an Augustine Jager Carbine.  The Augustine Jager Carbine was developed by Vincenz von Augustine who was the principal inspector of the Viennese Arsenal.  The… (998-706). Learn More »

RARE C1870’S CALIFORNIA BOWIE KNIFE

RARE C1870’S CALIFORNIA BOWIE KNIFE

Maker Mark: “Rau & Kohnke / S.F. California.” Blade 8.75” in length, 1.5 in width. Dark patina, smooth & consistent with just a few minor dings on the non-sharpened edge.  Solid 2.5”… (30-2234). Learn More »

1840’s U.S. MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD WITH ETCHED BLADE

1840’s U.S. MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD WITH ETCHED BLADE

This is a nice example of a U.S. militia officer’s sword of the 1840s, pushing toward 1850 with its use of sharkskin grip. Peterson #116 is a nice parallel, though with a conventional bone grip. He… (490-2157). Learn More »

ITALIAN M1870 VETTERLI RIFLE BAYONET – NO SCABBARD

ITALIAN M1870 VETTERLI RIFLE BAYONET – NO SCABBARD

The overall length of the bayonet is 25.00 inches from point to pommel. The blade meas. approx. 20.25 inches with an unstopped fuller approx. 14.25 inches long. The blade surface is bright with… (172-5661). Learn More »

VERY NICE US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1835 AND REGULATION 1839 PATTERN BELT

VERY NICE US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1835 AND REGULATION 1839 PATTERN BELT

  This is a really nice example of the U.S. artillery short sword and belt. Adopted by the army in 1832, this gladius-pattern short sword was a big seller for Ames to the U.S. and state governments,… (1052-42). Learn More »


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ORIGINAL WAR OF 1812 ERA TWELVE-POUNDER AMERICAN GUNADE – AND REMEMBER THE ALAMO!

This twelve-pounder gunade, dating about 1800-1820, was deaccessioned several years ago from the Fort Ticonderoga collection of artillery. It is unmarked and likely American. The gunade, or gunnade, was an offshoot of the carronade, which was… (1124-01). Learn More »

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