IMPORTED (CLAUBERG) US MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY OFFICER'S SABER

$1,800.00
Originally $2,200.00

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Item Code: 539-03

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This saber was manufactured by the most highly respected Solingen, Prussia, and imported to the U.S. for use in the Civil War. The curved 35-½ inch blade is a gray dusky peppery patina with only two small nicks. The obverse side is etched with a panoply of arms, and an eagle with a ribbon that reads E. PLURBUS UNUM. The reverse has the Clauberg standing knight on the ricasso and the blade is etched with a panoply of arms and a script US. The blade back is marked IRON PROOF. The brass hilt is the classic prewar U.S. style. The quillon adornment is a doric capital feature below acanthus leaves. Both the branches have laurel leaf cast designs. The pommel cap is decorated with laurel leaf casting work. The grip is covered in sharkskin and wrapped in gilded copper. The scabbard with this sword is a replacement scabbard. It is an 1840 model scabbard.

 

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