Identified Edged Weapons

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M1902 “SABER FOR ALL OFFICERS” WITH SCABBARD AND SWORD KNOT

M1902 “SABER FOR ALL OFFICERS” WITH SCABBARD AND SWORD KNOT

This Army officers' saber is officially called “saber for all officers, Model 1902”. It was adopted on July 17, 1902, by authority of General Order No. 81. The M1902 saber was authorized for all… (1047-07). Learn More »

FRENCH HILTED NON-REGULATION IMPORTED OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO MAJOR JAMES PLIMPTON, 3RD NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, WITH CDV – KILLED IN ACTION AT DEEP BOTTOM RUN

FRENCH HILTED NON-REGULATION IMPORTED OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO MAJOR JAMES PLIMPTON, 3RD NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, WITH CDV – KILLED IN ACTION AT DEEP BOTTOM RUN

This officer’s sword features a 31.5" slightly curved single-edged spear point blade with 24" unstopped median fuller and a narrow 16.5" long fuller along the spine. Blade 1.125" wide at the ricasso… (1085-06). Learn More »

PRESENTATION AMES M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCARCE ENGRAVED GILT BRASS FACTORY SCABBARD -  CAPT. N. H. KEMP, 6TH & 1ST MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA

PRESENTATION AMES M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCARCE ENGRAVED GILT BRASS FACTORY SCABBARD - CAPT. N. H. KEMP, 6TH & 1ST MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA

This Model 1850 foot officer’s is nicely etched by Ames on the blade ricasso and also stamped by the company on the reverse of the gilt brass scabbard near the throat showing the scabbard was not… (870-645). Learn More »

1847 PRESENTATION SWORD – CAPT. RICHARD LILY, 1ST BALTIMORE SHARPSHOOTERS

1847 PRESENTATION SWORD – CAPT. RICHARD LILY, 1ST BALTIMORE SHARPSHOOTERS

A striking, published example of an 1840 militia officer’s sword presented to Captain Richard Lilly of the “First Baltimore Sharp Shooters" in 1847. Excitingly, a period newspaper describes the… (846-550). Learn More »

1839 AMES PRESENTATION MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD OF CAPT. JOHN C. HELME FROM THE GULICK GUARDS, “FIREMEN WITH PLEASURE – SOLDIERS AT LEISURE.” LATER POLICE CAPTAIN IN THE 1863 NEW YORK DRAFT RIOTS

1839 AMES PRESENTATION MILITIA OFFICER’S SWORD OF CAPT. JOHN C. HELME FROM THE GULICK GUARDS, “FIREMEN WITH PLEASURE – SOLDIERS AT LEISURE.” LATER POLICE CAPTAIN IN THE 1863 NEW YORK DRAFT RIOTS

The “Gulick Guards” were organized in New York City in 1836, composed largely of firemen, current and former, and apparently taking their name from the former Chief Engineer of the Fire… (870-690). Learn More »

HIGH GRADE US M1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER'S SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. COON OF THE 12th NEW YORK

HIGH GRADE US M1850 STAFF & FIELD OFFICER'S SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. COON OF THE 12th NEW YORK

Overall length: 39 1/4". Blade length: 32". The blade has a single wide fuller with a secondary fuller near the spine. Blade is etched over about 2/3 of its length with various foliate motifs and a… (1081-26). Learn More »

CAMP AX OF ALBERT H. HILL - 4th RHODE ISLAND, 7th RHODE ISLAND, DETACHED SERVICE WITH BATTERY A 1st PA ARTILLERY

CAMP AX OF ALBERT H. HILL - 4th RHODE ISLAND, 7th RHODE ISLAND, DETACHED SERVICE WITH BATTERY A 1st PA ARTILLERY

Camp axes were privately purchased by soldiers for common chores like chopping firewood when in winter camps or even barracks. This one nicely carved on the handle by the soldier with his name, likely… (1179-710). Learn More »

TIFFANY PRESENTATION SWORD TO WILLIAM S. MARBLE, 7th CONNECTICUT VOLS, WIA BERMUDA HUNDRED, IN COMMAND OF THE REGT. AT FT. FISHER

TIFFANY PRESENTATION SWORD TO WILLIAM S. MARBLE, 7th CONNECTICUT VOLS, WIA BERMUDA HUNDRED, IN COMMAND OF THE REGT. AT FT. FISHER

Tiffany & Company is acknowledged as the finest producer of presentation swords in the 1860s and this is good example of their work, showing detailed craftsmanship and refined taste. The deeply… (870-172). Learn More »

$10,800.00
Originally $14,400.00

MEXICAN WAR INSCRIBED U.S. MODEL 1840 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

MEXICAN WAR INSCRIBED U.S. MODEL 1840 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD

Introduced into the army in 1841, these swords follow the general lines of the 1834 pattern in using a “cut-and-thrust” blade with a double-clamshell guard, but employ a spearpoint blade with… (160-182). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL, SCARCE AMES REVENUE MARINE SWORD PRESENTATION TO A HEAVY ARTILLERY COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT BY HIS OFFICERS: THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS A SOLDIER!

BEAUTIFUL, SCARCE AMES REVENUE MARINE SWORD PRESENTATION TO A HEAVY ARTILLERY COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT BY HIS OFFICERS: THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS A SOLDIER!

The 1834 US Revenue Marine Officer’s Sword is a beautiful sword to begin with, tough to find, and this one is additionally rare in bearing a presentation on the reverse counterguard, and a rather… (1052-539). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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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 »

$5,750.00
Originally $7,650.00

PRESENTATION SWORD FROM JAY COOKE, FINANCIER OF THE UNION, TO FELLOW SANDUSKY OHIO NATIVE LT. JAY COOKE SMITH, 101st OHIO, ADC TO GEN. CRUFT AND BRIGADE COMMANDER KIRBY, 4th ARMY CORPS: “…MOUNTED AND CONTINUALLY ON THE FRONT LINE” AT NASHVILLE.

PRESENTATION SWORD FROM JAY COOKE, FINANCIER OF THE UNION, TO FELLOW SANDUSKY OHIO NATIVE LT. JAY COOKE SMITH, 101st OHIO, ADC TO GEN. CRUFT AND BRIGADE COMMANDER KIRBY, 4th ARMY CORPS: “…MOUNTED AND CONTINUALLY ON THE FRONT LINE” AT NASHVILLE.

This elegant and very high quality, non-regulation presentation staff and field officer’s sword was formerly in the renowned collection of Kevin Hoffman and is pictured both his book, “Swords of… (870-650). Learn More »

$5,625.00
Originally $7,500.00

ELABORATE PRESENTATION GRADE OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD INSCRIBED TO CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS HOELZLE OF BATTERY K ARTILLERY OF THE 1ST DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

ELABORATE PRESENTATION GRADE OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD INSCRIBED TO CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS HOELZLE OF BATTERY K ARTILLERY OF THE 1ST DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

This sword was probably sold by Schuyler, Hartley & Graham of New York. The pattern is pictured in their 1864 catalogue in figures 13 and 16. Rather than have a standard blade, the lightly curved… (870-447). Learn More »

$7,125.00
Originally $9,500.00

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 »

$23,750.00
Originally $31,500.00

REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United… (870-60). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $9,000.00

CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN MARCUS A. MOORE, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY

CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN MARCUS A. MOORE, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY

Manufactured: Newark, NJ Maker: Sauerbier, Henry Year: Early Civil War Model: Model 1840 transitional with 1860 style grip Size: 34.2 inch blade, 1.17 wide, .353 thick This sword has all true Type 1… (870-159). Learn More »

$4,400.00
Originally $5,850.00

IMPORT MODEL 1850 CIVIL WAR FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO COL. RICHARD M. CORWINE, MEMBER OF GENERAL FREMONT’S STAFF

IMPORT MODEL 1850 CIVIL WAR FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO COL. RICHARD M. CORWINE, MEMBER OF GENERAL FREMONT’S STAFF

Original Civil War Model 1850 Field & Staff officer’s sword in nice condition complete with its metal scabbard. Sword is unmarked and is no doubt an import item. It is identified by a… (870-157). Learn More »

$12,250.00
Originally $16,200.00

PRESENTATION SWORD: TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION, HIS GALLANTRY ON THE BATTLEFIELD SPARED HIM A COURTMARTIAL – CAPT. WM. ACKERMANN, 62ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (ANDERSON ZOUAVES)

PRESENTATION SWORD: TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION, HIS GALLANTRY ON THE BATTLEFIELD SPARED HIM A COURTMARTIAL – CAPT. WM. ACKERMANN, 62ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS (ANDERSON ZOUAVES)

This exceptional, silvered Model 1850 staff and field officer’s presentation sword was given to a twice-wounded captain of the Anderson Zouaves by the men of his company. The sword was made by Ball,… (870-138). Learn More »

$15,000.00
Originally $20,000.00

RARE MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. JAS. H. MOORE

RARE MODEL 1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. JAS. H. MOORE

A rare pre-war pattern of the 1852 naval officer's sword. Presented to: “Lt. Jas. H. Moore / U.S.N. /from his friend / Richd. W. Tyson / Feb. 12, 1857.” Manufactured: Philadelphia, PA;  Maker:… (870-13). Learn More »

$1,995.00
Originally $2,650.00

BEAUTIFUL IDENTIFIED ISAAC BARNES BOWIE KNIFE – ENGLISH BORN EDMUND JOWETT, AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANT WHO WAS A POLITICIAN AND A RANCHER

BEAUTIFUL IDENTIFIED ISAAC BARNES BOWIE KNIFE – ENGLISH BORN EDMUND JOWETT, AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANT WHO WAS A POLITICIAN AND A RANCHER

Isaac Barnes took over the Sheffield operation of his father, Edward Barnes, in 1871. Knives made by the firm as Edward Barnes or Edward Barnes and Sons had found an appreciative market in America and… (30-2230). Learn More »

$2,200.00
Originally $2,950.00


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CONFEDERATE FIRST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ISLAND NUMBER TEN

This Confederate First National flag has a tight provenance going back to 1935, and before that an oral history as a war souvenir brought back from Island Number Ten by James William McLaughlin, a prominent Cincinnati architect who in 1861 had served… (1179-004). Learn More »

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