An excellent Landers, Frary, and Clark US Model 1913 Patton Saber and scabbard. The sword is marked on the ricasso, “LF&C” with an Ordnance flaming bomb, over “1918.” The reverse side is stamped “US” with an eagle’s head. The sword has the large black...
Very nice 1840 cavalry saber with scabbard that appears to have “Columbia S.C.” stamped on the ricasso. There are three small marks that interfere with the marking, so it is not possible to read the entire stamping clearly, but the “S.C.” is quite clear,...
Circa post 1900. Blade is 33 ½” long. This sword is marked US Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts. This sword is in excellent condition with almost all of the nickel finish on the acid etched blade. Guard is gilded relief cast brass with a brass wire wrapped leather grip....
34” blade with a light gray patina. Grip is leather wrapped and very good. Nice sharp markings. Scabbard is incomplete.
33.75” blade with a dark, almost black patina. This sword is in attic condition and is untouched. The grip still has all of the leather wrapping. The scabbard is missing.
Circa 1810-1820. 28 ½” blade with blue and gilt finish. Hilt is Cast brass with a nice eagle. Grip is carved ivory. Guard is broken and it is a little loose. Very nice sword.
Circa 1830. Very fine eagle head straight blade single edged sword. Blade is single edged with a 31” blade and 36 ½” overall length. Blade excellent blue and gilt with Patriotic themes. Blade is marked “PIES”. Hilt is gilded brass with an eagle head pommel and features a double foldable guard. The scabbard is gilded brass with an engraved face side. A little...
Circa 1810-1820.. Blade is 30” long with a acid etching in patriotic themes finished in fading blue and gilt. From the tip of the blade going up 10” there is some darker staining. Hilt is relief cast brass with an ivory grip. The scabbard is engraved with scrolls and an American eagle. There is a repair midway up the scabbard. Scabbard has been cleaned....
32 ½” blade with a dark patina with pitting. Good leather remains on the grip. Scabbard is missing.
Civil War issue. Ricasso is dated 1864 and marked faintly on opposite side Ames with address. Blade is 26". Grip has leather wrap that is deteriorating. Knuckle guard has a mellow patina and looks great.
Circa 1810-1830. Blade is 31" and overall length is 18". Eagle's head pommel. Langets and knuckle guard have a floral motif. Blade has a faint etching of panoply of arms and floral motifs. Ivory grip. An affordable piece of early American history.
Blade is approximately 30". Overall length is 38". Folding guard has Imperial eagle. Wire is very good with a crack in the wrap exposing the wood underneath. Scabbard is good with some minor dings. Very good overall condition.
Civil War era NCO's sword. Ricasso is dated 1863 and has inspectors markings. Other side of ricasso is marked Ames. Blade is 31" and has a gay and brown patina. Good overall condition. No scabbard.
US military dress sword. Blade is 29" and is etched with a floral motif. Overall length is approximately 35". Very good overall condition. (Knuckle guard has the remains of an old tassel; we decided to leave it on.)
Spanish military sword. Guard is unmarked. Ricasso is marked "Artilleria". Very good overall condition.
Early 20th century Japanese Cavalry Saber. Front of knuckle guard has arsenal markings. Very good overall condition.
Civil War issue. Ricasso is marked "Ames Chicopee Mass." on one side and "US L.D. 1862" on other. Blade is very good with a couple minor nicks. Scabbard is very good with a gray and brown patina; no dents or dings. Wire and leather wrap are intact. Knuckle guard and pommel have a pleasing patina. Very good overall condition.
Post civil war officer's sword. Blade is 28" and has a floral motif with US inscribed in center. Guard has a federal eagle. Wire and leather wrap are very good. Very good overall condition.
Per WWI German Cross Langet Sword with lions head by Carl Eickhorn & Company of Solingen, Germany.
Extremely long parade saber. Blade is grooved and approximately 33". The pommel has a floral decoration with family crest of four diamonds. An unusually long parade saber!