MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY SAUERBIER, WITH BATTLE SCENES ON THE BLADE

$2,700.00
Originally $3,000.00

Quantity Available: 1

Item Code: 870-370

Manufactured: Newark, NJ

Maker: Sauerbier, Henry

Year: Civil War

Model: Model 1850 foot officer

Size: 31.25 inch blade

Henry Sauerbier Model 1850 foot officer sword with a sharkskin grip, Twisted wire wrap. The blade is bright with an unstopped fuller and a secondary fuller. It has great blade etching with a full 7 inch battle scene of charging infantry led by two mounted officers - one shot and falling from his horse. The Confederate side shows a fence line, a wounded enlisted man on the ground and a mounted officer. there is also a large eagle with E Pluribus Unum and scroll work. The reverse side has an American flag with two drums, floral, a U.S. separated by 13 stars and a 3 inch continuation of the battle scene at the fence line of a mounted officer with drawn saber charging the fence line and two infantry men. The scabbard is regulation style, back seamed, black leather with undecorated, wide brass mounts.  [ph:L]

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