Rare German Luftwaffe (Air Force) saber. The engraving on the pommel and feathering on the cross guard are sharp. The metal parts have begun to tarnish. The blue Morrocan leather scabbard and grip are in very good condition. The dual twisted aluminum wire on the grips is in excellent condition. The blade is marked Solingen and "eagle 5" proof. There are some light nicks and dings. A fine...
US Civil War era cutlass. Ricasso is dated 1861 and has very faint Ames & Co address markings. Blade is 26" and overall length is 32". Comes with leather scabbard. Good overall condition.
Rare Mexican Military Academy Short Sword for cadets in good condition. The Medallion on the crossguard is marked"Academia Militarizada Mexico D.F. Tacubaya. The Seal of Mexico with eagle killing a snake.Below on the fitting for the throat is an oval medallion of a shield with crossed cannons and lighting bolts.The sword is secured to the scabbard with a button catch to secure the crossguard...
Blade is 32". Overall length is 39". Ricasso is marked with W.K.&C. logo. Spine is marked with a crown over W. Scabbard has some dents and dings. Good overall condition.
Blade is 34" etched with a panoply of arms and inscription commemorating the Bavarian "Revolution" of March 1848. Scabbard has a mostly brown patina. Good overall condition.
U.S. Model 1840 "wristbreaker" saber by Ames dated 1849 on the ricasso with a 35.5" blade. Scabbard is painted in a black finish, blade is a dull grey patina with scattered oxidation areas noted. Leather is good with intact wire wrap
U.S. Model 1860 cavalry saber by C. Roby dated 1864, inspected by A.G.M. Scabbard is a smooth grey patina, blade is 34.75" in length with scattered oxidation noted. Leather is fair with wire wrap intact.
Unmarked model 1840 "wristbreaker" cavalry saber in relic condition. Blade is 35.5" in length, leather is dry with an intact wire wrap.
U.S. Model 1860 cavalry saber by D.J. Millard dated 1862. Fair example of a civil war era cavalry saber, scabbard and blade are a dark brown patina with scattered surface oxidation noted throughout. Blade is 34.75" in length, Ricasso has a faint Millard mark. Leather is fair with intact wire wrap.
U.S. Model 1860 saber unmarked in overall good condition, scabbard and blade have been cleaned and are a grey patina. Wire wrap and leather are intact and fair.
U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry saber by C. Roby, overall fair condition. Sword is dated 1864, scabbard and blade are a dark patina. Wire wrap is loose.
U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry sword in overall fair condition. Blade has been cleaned and is 34.5" in length. Only markings noted are U.S./J.F./1865. Scabbard is a grey patina with mottled surface oxidation noted. Leather is good with original wire wrap.
Unmarked Model 1840 "wristbreaker" cavalry saber, ricasso is unmarked. Blade and scabbard are a light grey patina with pin-prick surface oxidation. Handle is poor with the leather coming off, no wire wrap.
C.Roby model 1860 Cavalry saber dated 1865 in "attic" condition.Scabbard and blade show heavy oxidation. Wire wrap and leather are missing.
Pre-Civil War New Pattern 1860 cavalry saber by Ames dated 1859 in overall fair condition. Scabbard and blade show surface oxidation, ricasso is properly marked with 1859 date. Leather and wire wrap are intact.
Model 1818 saber by Nathan Starr with a 32" long blade, overall fair condition. Ricasso is marked US/P/LS/N STARR. Metal is a salt and pepper finish with surface oxidation visible.
The National sword of Nepal. Heavy single edge blade incurved blade with an "eye" engraving. The overall length from hilt to blade tip is 27".
U.S. Model 1860 cavalry sword in fair condition. Sword has been cleaned with no markings visible on the ricasso. Scabbard is a dark plum patina with pitting noted throughout the surface. Blade is 34.5" in length, soft grey patina with pin-prick oxidation noted. Leather is fair with wire wrap missing.
U.S. Model 1860 cavalry sword by C. Roby. Scabbard is a smooth plum patina and dent free. Blade is frosted with wear noted along the edge. Leather is intact with wire wrap missing. Blade is dated 1865.
U.S. Model 1840 Cavalry saber by C. Hammond Civil War era. Scabbard has a deep plum patina with surface pitting visible. Blade is faintly marked Hammond with no date or inspector mark present. Pommel is loose, leather and wire wrap are fair. Blade has a frosted appearance with surface pin prick pitting noted. Blade is 35 5/8"