Very fine Pattern 1872 Presentation grade sword to William E Thompson by the Elks Lodge. Blade is beautifully acid etched with patriotic themes on both sides. The hilt is brass relief cast and gilded. The sharkskin is stained to a black is blue hue. The scabbard is...
Civil War Era. Blade is 30" and etched with a floral and tendril motifs with US in center. Wire wrap and leather are very good with some of the leather flaking near cross guard. Scabbard is good, but shows some age. Very good overall condition.
Blade is 28". Ray skin and wire wrap are very good. Sword has folding rear counter guard. Very good overall condition, no scabbard.
Knuckle guard has Royal Cypher of King William IV (his reign was from 1830-1837). Blade is 31" and has pitting throughout. Ricasso markings are faint and indiscernible. Ray skin grip with wire wrap is very good. Folding guard on left side. Good overall condition. A hard blade to find with the cypher of King William IV.
Early 20th century fraternal order sword. Blade is 26" and inscribed A.W. Brown with various knight motifs. Ricasso is marked "The Mculley & Co Columbus Ohio." Scabbard is also marked A.W. Brown and has various knightly themes. Overall length is approximately 35". Very good overall condition.
Early 20th century fraternal sword. Blade is approximately 24" with Alexander Barr inscribed in middle with floral and masonic motifs surrounding name. Ricasso is marked "The Pettibone Bros MFG Co Cincinnati Ohio". Overall length is approximately 33". Scabbard is adorned with masonic symbols. Very good overall condition.
Civil War Cavalry saber. Ricasso is marked Henry Boker Solingen. Blade has been polished and looks good. Leather and wire wrap grip are very good. Very good overall condition.
This circa 1814 to 1816 U.S. Model 1812 horseman's cavalry saber has a 33 5/8" arc shaped blade, iron mounts, leather covered grip (leather missing on this example), and iron scabbard. The bright blade is excellent with one manufacturing defect approx. 3.5" forward of the markings. The blade is marked P/HHP/N. STARR. The bottom of the guard is marked P. The eight-groove wooden grip has some...
Beautiful Officer's dress sword belonging to Theodore Edward Lyon, of the New York 8th Volunteer Infantry Regiment. He was mustered for the Spanish American War, but did not see action. Blade is 29" and etched with a floral motif and inscribed "Presented to Captain Theodore Edward Lyon, Company E 8th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry, by the friends and patrons of the Barnard Schools NY...
Model 1811 cavalry saber. Blade is has a military acceptance mark crown over a Gothic W and 83. Hilt and scabbard are unit marked "R.B.T.14.37". Blade is approximately 32" and overall length is approximately 37". Very good overall condition.
Rare Japanese Colonial sword issued to Japanese civil officers of the Colonial Government of Taiwan. This pattern of sword began being issued in 1899. This particular sword was issued to Hannin level officials and features a double triangle emblem on the backstrap side ears. The blade is in excellent condition with an etched hamon and groove.
Late 19th century Mexican cavalry saber. Ricasso is marked R.M. reverse side of ricasso is marked R&B under two squirrels. Scabbard has been cleaned. Approximately 75% of the leather wrap remains. Good overall condition. It is typical to find Mexican gear in this condition, due to actual field use.
German Sword. Blade is nicely etched and is marked “WK&C” with trademark on one side and “Mohr & Spe Strassburg i/E” on the other. Hilt is brass and one side of the guard folds down. Grip is wire wrapped. Leather scabbard is very good. Blade is 30¾” and overall length is 36½”. Excellent condition overall.