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.
Very fine dress sword. Ricasso is marked Alcoso. Blade is approximately 30". Lions head pommel has ruby eyes. Comes with original portepee and hanger. The "frogs" are seldom seen. A nice example.
WWI era "P" guard NCO's dress saber. Blade is 32" and has the motto of Bavaria "In Treue Fest!" along with the crest of Bavaria, and a floral motif. Overall length is approximately 38". Very good overall condition.
U.S. Model 1840 NCO sword. Civil War issue. Manufactured by Ames. Ricasso is marked “U.S. J.F. 1864”. Very good with scabbard.
Japanese Type 32 Cavalry saber. In good condition.
Spanish Pattern 1907 sword. Artillery issued. Ricasso markings are faint but reads “Artillery”(Artilleria). Very good overall condition.
U.S. Model 1913 Patton Cavalry Saber. Made by Springfield in 1913. Guard has a brown patina with some pits. Good to very good overall condition.