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FRENCH MODEL 1822 CAVALRY SABER DATED 1813

FRENCH MODEL 1822 CAVALRY SABER DATED 1813

A French Model 1822 cavalry saber with a blade dated 1813 and marked "Imperiale du Klingenthal". Re-purposed after 1822, the 38 inch blade is in excellent condition. The scabbard is also excellent… (88-88). Learn More »

$550.00
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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 »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD WITH BROKEN SCABBARD

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD WITH BROKEN SCABBARD

Item is a Confederate copy of the US Model 1832 short sword. Though it follows the same basic pattern of its US counterpart there are obvious differences. The blade meas. approx. 18.75 inches long and… (1127-01). Learn More »

$1,650.00
Originally $1,850.00

PRE-MEXICAN WAR US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1841

PRE-MEXICAN WAR US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1841

Adopted by the army in 1832, in the U.S. Army this gladius-pattern short sword was intended for sergeants, musicians, and artillerymen serving on foot until the introduction of the 1840 pattern… (1151-03). Learn More »

INSCRIBED HORSTMANN 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD OF LT. GEORGE KENNEY, LIKELY BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT GLENDALE

INSCRIBED HORSTMANN 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD OF LT. GEORGE KENNEY, LIKELY BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT GLENDALE

This very nice 1850 Foot Officer’s sword by Horstmann has a non-regulation, but very practical metal scabbard and is inscribed inside the guard in script, “Lt. George Kenney.” The volunteer… (1117-114). Learn More »

$3,200.00
Originally $3,500.00
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BRITISH PATTERN 1856 MK.1 DRUMMER’S SWORD

BRITISH PATTERN 1856 MK.1 DRUMMER’S SWORD

American Civil War period used sword carried by regimental drummers and bandsmen. The flawless double edged blade measures 19 inches in length and is 1 3/8 inches wide and id double edged and spear… (88-84). Learn More »

BRITISH MILITARY DRUMMER’S SWORD, C1840

BRITISH MILITARY DRUMMER’S SWORD, C1840D

This near mint short sword dates ca. 1840. It has a 19 1/2-inch-long tapering and perfectly polished double-edged blade that is about 2 inches wide were it meets the solid cast single piece brass… (88-79). Learn More »

KNIGHTS OF MALTA SWORD

KNIGHTS OF MALTA SWORD

The postwar boom in fraternal and masonic societies kept many sword makers and dealers in business. The is a nice example of one made for a member of the Knights of Malta with his name, “Albert… (490-2193). Learn More »

PRE-WATERLOO PERIOD PRODUCTION FRENCH CUIRASSIER HEAVY CAVALRY SWORD AN XI

PRE-WATERLOO PERIOD PRODUCTION FRENCH CUIRASSIER HEAVY CAVALRY SWORD AN XI

With original leather grip and wire binding. The 37.5-inch blade is excellent with no pitting and lots of original burnish. It bears the Napoleonic inspector's stamps of Lobstein and Bisch. The spine… (88-69). Learn More »

$1,950.00
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SCARCE UNMARKED 1864 DATED ROBY CAVALRY SABER

SCARCE UNMARKED 1864 DATED ROBY CAVALRY SABER

This Model 1860 light cavalry saber clearly stamped on the obverse ricasso “US / J.C.W. / 1864,” indicating inspection and acceptance by the U.S., but bears no maker’s marks. It clearly seems,… (766-1545). Learn More »

LIGHT ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER PRESENTED TO CAPT. G.B. FORBES BY THE ATLANTA ARTILLERY 1890

LIGHT ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER PRESENTED TO CAPT. G.B. FORBES BY THE ATLANTA ARTILLERY 1890

This is an interesting use of the earlier Model 1840 light artillery officer’s saber in lieu of the newer U.S. regulation pattern of 1872. That more current sword used a reverse-P guard, perhaps a… (870-233). 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 »

Ca. 1834-1840 MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD BY N.P. AMES SPRINGFIELD MASS.

Ca. 1834-1840 MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD BY N.P. AMES SPRINGFIELD MASS.

This beautiful gilt-brass mounted Ames militia officer’s sword uses a impressive high-relief eagle with spread wings as the guard. The eagle actually forms the quillon block with its wings forming… (870-694). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL TIFFANY CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION GRADE CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

BEAUTIFUL TIFFANY CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION GRADE CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

This wonderful saber by Tiffany falls into the general category of their presentation grade No. 2 cavalry officer’s sabers, described as having a, “pierced and chased Basket-hilt with Shark-skin… (1047-140). Learn More »

INSPECTED AND DATED US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER WITH NICKELED SCABBARD

INSPECTED AND DATED US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER WITH NICKELED SCABBARD

The drawn saber meas. approx. 41.00 inches from point to pommel. The blade meas. approx. 35.00 inches with a central fuller that is 27.50 inches long. The surface of the blade has been nickeled and it… (E2372). Learn More »

M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

This unmarked non-regulation Foot Officer’s sword is typical of the style produced by various manufacturers during the Civil War. The blade of the Foot Officer sword is so slightly curved that it… (490-2204). Learn More »

$275.00
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MODEL 1840 AMES “WRIST BREAKER” WITH SCABBARD, DATED 1847

MODEL 1840 AMES “WRIST BREAKER” WITH SCABBARD, DATED 1847

This is the classic "wrist breaker" used before and during the Civil War. The curved blade is over 35 inches in length. Stamped at the ricasso is “N.P. AMES / CABOTVILLE / 1847”.  Stamped on the… (33-223). Learn More »

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 »

$1,895.00
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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 »

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 »


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JOMINI’S PRACTICE OF WAR

By C.F Pardigon. Published by West & Johnston, Richmond, 1863. 216 pp. Heavy card covers, in blue cloth, 3.75 x 5.75”, black front cover title stamp, gilt lettering. Front cover minus a sliver of blue cloth, running top to bottom, along the… (1000-1659). Learn More »

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