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

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

This is a U.S. Model 1850 staff and field officer’s sword, the regulation pattern for officers serving mounted as field grade or staff officers, such as a regimental adjutant or quartermaster. The… (172-5736). Learn More »

EXCELLENT 1850 FOOT OFFICER SWORD BY SAUERBIER IN METAL SCABBARD

EXCELLENT 1850 FOOT OFFICER SWORD BY SAUERBIER IN METAL SCABBARD

Henry Sauerbier’s swords form a collecting subcategory of their own. This is in an excellent example with his etched address on the blade and a number of typically Sauerbier characteristics. It is… (2021-397). Learn More »

IMPORT M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD SOLD BY H. G. HAMLIN OF CINCINNATI OHIO

IMPORT M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD SOLD BY H. G. HAMLIN OF CINCINNATI OHIO

Very nice conditioned Model 1850 foot officer’s sword sold retail by H. G, Hamlin Jr. of Cincinnati, Ohio complete with its matching leather scabbard. Hamlin was a retailer who bought finished… (766-1547). Learn More »

US MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

US MODEL 1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

Maker mark: reverse ricasso, “C. Roby & Co. / W. Chelmsford,/ Mass.” Medium bright blade, measuring 32” in length, 1.125” in width at base. Blade etched with handsome vine & leaf, a… (1111-02). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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RARE 1857 AMES LIGHT CAVALRY SABER- FIRST YEAR PRODUCTION!

RARE 1857 AMES LIGHT CAVALRY SABER- FIRST YEAR PRODUCTION!

This is a very rare first production run of the light cavalry saber and scabbard still known to many collectors as the Model 1860, but in fact produced starting in 1857. Ordnance Department… (490-2497). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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U.S. MEXICAN WAR 1840 PATTERN OFFICER’S SWORD

U.S. MEXICAN WAR 1840 PATTERN OFFICER’S SWORD

Introduced in 1841, the Model 1840 officer’s sword was a hybrid of older French, British and Prussian patterns and was the regulation sword for U.S. officers not serving mounted until the… (490-2156). 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 »

MILLARD MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

MILLARD MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER

This saber was referred to as the model 1860 “light cavalry” saber by the US Ordnance Department. Weighing just less than four pounds, the slightly curved blade measures approximately 34 ½”… (2021-02). Learn More »

$375.00
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MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD BY AMES WITH REPRO SCABBARD

MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD BY AMES WITH REPRO SCABBARD

Very bright and clean beautiful blade meas. approx. 28.00 inches long with several very tiny nicks on the edge. Ricasso is marked “MADE BY AMES MFG. CO, CHICOPEE…” the word “MASS.” is worn… (E2842). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER & SCABBARD – IDENTIFIED TO 1st DC CAVALRY / 1st MAINE CAVALRY

MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER & SCABBARD – IDENTIFIED TO 1st DC CAVALRY / 1st MAINE CAVALRY

Classic Civil War cavalry saber made by Emerson & Silver.  Sword is in overall very good condition. Blade is nice with no edge nicks. Smooth pewter-colored patina. Ricasso is stamped with… (766-1456). Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 N.C.0. SWORD MANUFACTURED BY THE ROBY SWORD COMPANY IN 1863!

US MODEL 1840 N.C.0. SWORD MANUFACTURED BY THE ROBY SWORD COMPANY IN 1863!

Christopher Roby began his sword manufacturing business first by making edged tools. His factory, located in Chelmsford, was once known as “Scythe Factory Village.” A manufacturing business… (2020-76). Learn More »

PRE-1881 MODEL 1875 US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S SABER BY AMES

PRE-1881 MODEL 1875 US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S SABER BY AMES

The U.S. Marine Corps returned to it emblematic mameluke style officer’s sword in 1875, having adopted the army 1850 pattern in 1859. This example is etched on the reverse of the blade near the… (1047-76). Learn More »

U.S. MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD 1820-1850

U.S. MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD 1820-1850

This is a good example of a popular sword among U.S. militia officers from the 1820s into the 1840s. Peterson dates the general form to the U.S. 1821 regulations specifying a straight-bladed infantry… (870-673). Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR OFFICER’S HUNTING SWORD

REVOLUTIONARY WAR OFFICER’S HUNTING SWORD

The short hunting sword or cuttoe, a corruption of the French “couteau de chasse,” was convenient to carry in the field and originally intended to finish off wounded game. In Europe, where hunting… (766-1528). Learn More »

MODEL 1872 WEST POINT CADET SWORD BY AMES SWORD COMPANY

MODEL 1872 WEST POINT CADET SWORD BY AMES SWORD COMPANY

The Ames Sword was a successor to the Ames Manufacturing Company and in business from 1881 to the 1920s, though its Chicago branch had consolidated into Henderson-Ames in 1893. This is a good example… (1047-60). Learn More »

1860 STAFF SWORD BY EMERSON & SILVER, SOLD THROUGH EVANS & HASSALL

1860 STAFF SWORD BY EMERSON & SILVER, SOLD THROUGH EVANS & HASSALL

This 1860 Staff sword bears the keystone blade stamp of Emerson and Silver at the base of the blade on one side and the etched retailer’s address on the other side: “EVANS / & / HASSALL /… (870-404). Learn More »

MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD & SCABBARD BY EMERSON & SILVER DATED 1863

MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD & SCABBARD BY EMERSON & SILVER DATED 1863

This musician’s sword is full-length. The blade is bright with light mottling and scattered pitting on the bottom third. Blade meas. approx. 28.00 inches long. The edge has several small nicks. The… (E2908). Learn More »

$450.00
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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 »

M1860 CAVALRY SABER BY D.J. MILLARD, DATED 1862 – SCABBARD WITH SOUTH CAROLINA MARKS

M1860 CAVALRY SABER BY D.J. MILLARD, DATED 1862 – SCABBARD WITH SOUTH CAROLINA MARKS

Produced under the smallest government contract for sabers (10,000) by the D. J. Millard Company’s manufacturing center in Clayville, New York, this early production weapon is a M-1860 Light Cavalry… (172-5569). Learn More »

 US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S SWORD SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, PRE-WW1, MINT CONDITION

US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S SWORD SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, PRE-WW1, MINT CONDITION

This is the US Marine Corps Model 1875 officer’s sword that revived the mameluke pattern laid aside in 1859. This example has ivory grips and dates from the Spanish-American War and pre-World War… (266-1006). Learn More »

$900.00
Originally $1,100.00


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CIRCA 1820-25 ENGLISH KEYED BUGLE

Doubtless one of the finest examples extant. The piece was professionally restored a number of years ago and remains in pristine, almost new condition. Measures 20” overall, with a copper body with brass trim including 1 3/8” floating rim. All… (801-01). Learn More »

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