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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 »

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 »

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 »

VERY RARE AMES DRAGOON OFFICER’S SABER: 1850 LOUISIANA PRESENTATION TO JAMES R. BURNS, LATER LIEUTENANT COLONEL 35th TEXAS CAVALRY

VERY RARE AMES DRAGOON OFFICER’S SABER: 1850 LOUISIANA PRESENTATION TO JAMES R. BURNS, LATER LIEUTENANT COLONEL 35th TEXAS CAVALRY

This rare dragoon officer’s saber was made by Ames and sold through H.E. Baldwin & Co. of New Orleans for presentation to Colonel James R. Burns of the Louisiana militia in August 1850. It was… (870-239). Learn More »

$50,000.00
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ORNATE NON-REGULATION MODEL 1850 FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 141ST NEW YORK MAJOR

ORNATE NON-REGULATION MODEL 1850 FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 141ST NEW YORK MAJOR

Sword is identified to Charles W. Clanharty [Clauharty] who rose to be Major and then Lieutenant-Colonel (not mustered) in the 141st New York Infantry. The drawn sword meas. approx. 37.25 inches from… (846-118). Learn More »

$3,695.00
Originally $3,950.00
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CAPT. JAMES O. McCLURE, GENERAL BANKS’ BODY GUARD: ETCHED BLADE INSCRIBED 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY WILLARD & HAWLEY

CAPT. JAMES O. McCLURE, GENERAL BANKS’ BODY GUARD: ETCHED BLADE INSCRIBED 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY WILLARD & HAWLEY

This very nice US Model 1850 Staff and Field officer’s sword by Willard and Hawley of Syracuse, NY, has great blade etching that includes an officer holding a U.S. flag aloft as he surmounts enemy… (846-143). Learn More »

$3,995.00
Originally $4,950.00
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IMPORTED M-1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO 82ND PA OFFICER

IMPORTED M-1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO 82ND PA OFFICER

A Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword with most its leather scabbard. Blade is an import from Solingen, Prussia (now Germany) and was assembled by Philadelphia jeweler George W. Simon. Listed as “Geo.… (2021-41). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1872 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MODEL 1872 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

Springfield Armory made only 2,476 pattern 1872 cavalry officer’s sabers between 1873 and 1902. They are extremely hard to find. Adopted in 1871, production did not start until 1873, and quantities… (1047-12). Learn More »

FIVE BATTLES, A BREVET, AND A DUEL WITH MISSISSIPPI RIFLES AT THIRTY PACES SUPERVISED BY STONEWALL JACKSON - THE MAGNIFICENT MEXICAN WAR PRESENTATION SWORD OF BREVET CAPTAIN B.F. HARLEY 11th US INFANTRY

FIVE BATTLES, A BREVET, AND A DUEL WITH MISSISSIPPI RIFLES AT THIRTY PACES SUPERVISED BY STONEWALL JACKSON - THE MAGNIFICENT MEXICAN WAR PRESENTATION SWORD OF BREVET CAPTAIN B.F. HARLEY 11th US INFANTRY

This beautiful and historic sword was presented to Brevet Captain B.F. Harley by his “fellow citizens” of Philadelphia upon his return from service in Mexico and bears the city’s coat of arms on… (870-448). Learn More »

IMPORT MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD WITH TURNED DOWN GUARD BY HORSTMANN

IMPORT MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD WITH TURNED DOWN GUARD BY HORSTMANN

Sword meas. approx. 37.75 inches long from pommel to point. The blade meas. approx. 31.50 inches long with a bright surface. There is a central stopped fuller that meas. approx. 28.75 inches long.… (E2757). Learn More »

NICELY DETAILED MODEL 1840 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT SWORD

NICELY DETAILED MODEL 1840 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT SWORD

This U.S. Model 1840 Medical Sword is unmarked, but has a very detailed cast and chased hilt, and separate scabbard mounts with designs cast and chased on both sides. The pineapple pommel finial is… (E2756). Learn More »

FROEHLICH, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMORY, KENANSVILLE NC CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD

FROEHLICH, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMORY, KENANSVILLE NC CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD

There are only six known examples (Louis Froelich, Arms-Maker to the Confederacy by McAden & Fonvielle, pg. 56) of this unique Cavalry officer’s pattern, which has a large brass guard with… (870-556). Learn More »

AMES 1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

AMES 1860 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

This very nice Ames 1860 Staff & Field Officer’s Sword is a fine example of the Ames version of the pattern. The cast and brass hilt is loaded with original gilt and the blade remains in very… (1047-21). Learn More »

U.S. 1834 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJOR R.M. KIRBY U.S. ARMY WITH 6th PLATE AMBROTYPE BY REES OF SON JOSEPH L.S. KIRBY AS C.S. ARMY 2nd LIEUTENANT WITH THIS VERY SWORD, PART OF AN EXTENSIVE FAMILY ARCHIVE

U.S. 1834 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJOR R.M. KIRBY U.S. ARMY WITH 6th PLATE AMBROTYPE BY REES OF SON JOSEPH L.S. KIRBY AS C.S. ARMY 2nd LIEUTENANT WITH THIS VERY SWORD, PART OF AN EXTENSIVE FAMILY ARCHIVE

This substantial archive descended in the family of Joseph Lee Smith Kirby (4 Nov. 1841- 28 July 1933,) who left West Point to join the Confederate Army in 1861 and was among the last to surrender in… (870-310). Learn More »

VERY RARE COPPER SCABBARD CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER BY FROELICH

VERY RARE COPPER SCABBARD CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER BY FROELICH

Louis Froelich emigrated from Bavaria in early 1861 and settled in Wilmington, NC, where he produced a large assortment of sabers, sword bayonets, bayonets, pikes, knives, axes, accouterments and… (1126-09). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1872 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

AMES MODEL 1872 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

The blade on this specimen is bright with good etching and frosting as well as scattered dark spotting. The obverse shows a trophy of arms and flags, surmounted by scrolling floral motifs leading to… (1047-15). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD BY TOMES & DAGGETT

BEAUTIFUL US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD BY TOMES & DAGGETT

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 26.50 inches long. The surface of the blade is very clean and… (870-179). Learn More »


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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 George A. and Henry J. in 1794, arriving in… (1052-86). Learn More »

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