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VERY NICE CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FROELICH CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD

VERY NICE CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FROELICH CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD

This classic Confederate cavalryman’s saber with its original scabbard made by Louis Froelich is in very good condition, complete and original. The hilt is the typical Froelich style with a Roman… (870-557). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABRE

VERY FINE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABRE

The drawn sword meas. approx. 41.00 inches from point to pommel. The blade itself is very bright with just the slightest scattered mottling and a point that has a slight bend in the last 0.50 inch.… (998-143). Learn More »

$4,995.00
Originally $5,595.00

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO JAMES W. PRESTON BY THE CHATHAM ARTILLERY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO JAMES W. PRESTON BY THE CHATHAM ARTILLERY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

This beautiful sword was presented by the Chatham Artillery as a prize for gunnery in 1848. The organization is an old and illustrious militia organization of Savannah, claiming descent from earlier… (870-99). Learn More »

U.S. MIILITIA OFFICER’S EAGLE POMMEL SWORD 1835-1860

U.S. MIILITIA OFFICER’S EAGLE POMMEL SWORD 1835-1860

This eagle pommel sword has beautifully detailed casting and chasing to its ornate hilt and a blade that was tri-colored: bright-etched, blued, and gilt. There is no maker’s mark, but some have… (2020-93). Learn More »

$895.00
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US 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE MADE BY THE AMES SWORD COMPANY

US 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE MADE BY THE AMES SWORD COMPANY

This sword was a product of the Ames Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of swords, tools and cutlery in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Ames was also involved in iron and bronze foundry. Ames was a major… (1047-118). Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE

US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE

Classic original Civil War Officer’s Sabre manufacturer unknown. Possibly an Ames or Roby made. Standard US single edge blade with a stopped fuller. Blade measures 32 ¼ by 1 1/8 inch at the… (33-222). Learn More »

EXCELLENT REGULATION U.S. 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD WITH SCABBARD, LIKELY BY EMERSON AND SILVER

EXCELLENT REGULATION U.S. 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD WITH SCABBARD, LIKELY BY EMERSON AND SILVER

This very pretty 1850 pattern sword for field and staff officers has loads of gilt finish remaining on the brass hilt and scabbard mounts, all of the blue/brown finish yet on the scabbard body, and a… (490-2141). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

This high-grade Ames sword displays a nice combination of history art. It shows some non-regulation elements that are not uncommon on militia swords, but generally follows the lines of the 1840… (870-345). Learn More »

SCARCE MODEL 1872 “NATIONAL ARMORY” CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

SCARCE MODEL 1872 “NATIONAL ARMORY” CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER

This lighter version of the 1860 pattern cavalry saber was adopted for cavalry officers in 1872 and spread to mounted officers of other services starting in 1878. Initial production at Springfield was… (1047-102). Learn More »

SCARCE 1843 PATTERN REVENUE-MARINE SWORD

SCARCE 1843 PATTERN REVENUE-MARINE SWORD

The Ames Sword Company catalog of 1882/83 lists this sword as number 538 and describes it as the “Old Regulation Revenue and Marine,” by which they mean the old regulation “Revenue-Marine,”… (870-38). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD OF CAPT. WILLIAM BLOODGOOD, 95th NEW YORK, AIDE TO GENERAL CUTLER; TWO HORSES SHOT FROM UNDER HIM AT GETTYSBURG!

PRESENTATION SWORD OF CAPT. WILLIAM BLOODGOOD, 95th NEW YORK, AIDE TO GENERAL CUTLER; TWO HORSES SHOT FROM UNDER HIM AT GETTYSBURG!

This is an impressive sword given to an officer who was in the thick of the first day’s fighting here at Gettysburg. The 95th New York part of Cutler’s brigade, which took part in the fierce… (870-161). Learn More »

$15,000.00
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SILVER GRIPPED CLAUBERG 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

SILVER GRIPPED CLAUBERG 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

W. Clauberg of Solingen was a prolific (according to Thillmann, the most prolific) maker of swords for import into the U.S. Specializing in higher quality workmanship, their blades show up with many… (870-655). Learn More »

MINTY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY JAMES P. FITCH WITH SCARCE GUTTA PERCHA GRIP

MINTY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY JAMES P. FITCH WITH SCARCE GUTTA PERCHA GRIP

James P. Fitch got his start in the military goods business with Schuyler, Hartley and Graham. He set up his own business as a retailer in New York City in September 1862. He was joined in the… (870-639). Learn More »

M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, WITH MEYERSBERG SYMBOL ON BLADE

M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, WITH MEYERSBERG SYMBOL ON BLADE

Manufactured: Solingen Maker: Weyersberg / Horstmann Year: Sword undated, scabbard 1861 Model: 1832  Size: 19.25 inch blade The W. H. Horstmann company had a strong association with the  Gebruder… (870-466). Learn More »

NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM - LT. JAMES MOFFAT, 16TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM - LT. JAMES MOFFAT, 16TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly… (870-653). Learn More »

BRITISH 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER MADE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET

BRITISH 1796 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER MADE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET

This steel-hilted saber is modeled on the British 1796 light cavalry saber and the style was very popular in American mounted units from before the War of 1812 right into the 1840s. This has a very… (870-624). Learn More »

CIRCA 1850 MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD BY HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILA.

CIRCA 1850 MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD BY HORSTMANN & SONS, PHILA.

High grade, pre-war Militia officer by Horstmann with the unusual feature of no U.S. designs on the blade and a federal shield with 7 stripes and no stars on the scabbard. Manufactured: Philadelphia,… (870-208). Learn More »

NON-REGULATION STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

NON-REGULATION STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD

Manufactured: European Style Maker: Unmarked Year: Civil War Model: M1850 Size: 32.5 inch blade A very impressive Staff & Field officer's sword with a large half basket consisting of a lined… (870-608). Learn More »

MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD – FRENCH IMPORT

MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD – FRENCH IMPORT

Manufactured: France Maker: Klingenthal Year: CW Size: 32 inch blade This example is in excellent condition. Scabbard retains most of the original blue finish. Mounts and drag are high grade and cast… (870-350). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. WILLIAM R. IRWIN, 8TH INDIANA INFANTRY AND US COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT

MODEL 1860 STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. WILLIAM R. IRWIN, 8TH INDIANA INFANTRY AND US COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT

Manufactured: NY / NJ Maker: Tomes, Son & Melvain / Stapleton & Co. Year: c1863 Model: M1860 staff & Field Condition: VG This is a very interesting model 1860 Staff & Field officer’s… (870-177). Learn More »


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