SN:MIL-s-846420. Vietnam era Military machete with a 10" blade. Metal hand guard and leather grip. Overall condition is very good. Comes in green sheath
Made in 1835 with a 19" 3 fuller blade. Blade has been lightly polished, pin prick surface pitting and discoloration is visible. Ricasso is marked "UNITED/STATES/1835" opposite side is marked "EAGLE/N.P.AMES/SPRINGFIELD" Brass guard is marked with"HKC,ORD,and JM". Feathered three rivet handle and Eagle motif pommel are in very good condition with light wear visible. Original Leather scabbard...
Made in 1914 with a 35.25" blade, near excellent condition with light wear visible. Ricasso is marked "US/11738" opposite side is marked "S Flaming Bomb A/1914". Khaki canvas scabbard has be painted with OD green. Great looking good Patton sword.
US Civil war era calvary saber model 1860. Has a 35" blade with a 41" overall length. Blade is very good condition. Handle is near excellent with minor wear. Overall in very good condition. Has "P.D.L" stamped on blade. Does not have scabbard. (Consignment).
Imported Civil War Model 1860 Cavalry saber with a 34.25" curved blade with 26" fuller. Only marking visible on ricasso is "m>", this is due to the sword being cleaned some time ago. Leather and wire wrap remain in good condition, brass hilt and guard have minor nicks and dings along the edges.
Made in 1851 by the Ames MFg. Co. Curved blade is 36" in length with a thin 18" fuller. Blade is mostly a smooth dark grey patina with light pin-prick surface oxidation visible. Ricasso is marked "US/A.D.K", opposite side "Ames MFG. Co./Cabotville/1851". Leather wrap around wooden grip is cracked and wire is missing.
1902 US army officers dress Saber with metal scabbard in very good condition with scattered patina. Blade is 32" long with engraved blade and heavy oxidation near tip of blade. Overall condition is very good. (Consignment)
WWII Dress sword for ceremonies with a 31" Etched blade. Hand guard has US eagle. Leather grip. Overall condition is Very good. Comes with original scabbard. (Consignment)
US M1860 calvary saber. Has a 35" blade with a 41" overall length. Blade and scabbard has been polished and sharpened. Handle is missing wire wrap otherwise very good. Stamped "US M.M 1864" on blade and "Ames MFG" on the other side of blade. and stamped "3362" on brass handguard. Overall in very good condition. (Consignment).
Made in 1846 by N.P. Ames Co. Cabotville, Mass. Curved blade is 35.25" in length with 25.75" fuller. Blade has a dark brown/grey patina with minor nicks noted along the edge. Ricasso is marked "US/JCR" opposite side marked "N.P. AMES/CABOTVILLE/1845". Hilt is a single brass knuckle guard ending to a rounded quillion. Wooden grip has a crack from the guard to the Phrygian pommel. Sword could...
U.S Issued Bolo Knife with a 10.25" blade. Wood handle in good condition. Comes with scabbard. Overall condition is very good. (Consignment)
Circa 1775-1783. 27" curved blade with 22" long fuller. Blade is a dark grey patina with light nicks along the edge. D-shaped guard has the familiar four openings with blunt quillon point. Bone grip has light surface cracks visible and secured to the mushroom head style pommel.
Circa 1805, 34" slight curved blade that is a smooth dark brown patina with light surface pitting visible. Stirrup style brass hilt and knuckle guard with period repair visible on each side of the guard. Wooden grip is dark with wire wrap missing, heavier wear is visible right side. Primitive Eagle head pommel with double punched eyes and faceted edge to the lower beak. This sword comes from...
Circa 1770-1785, Popular New England pattern design with a 32" blade with a three fuller pattern. Hilt is compressed into an oval shape, guard is a stirrup hilt profile with a heart emblem noted. Blade is a dark grey patina, scattered surface oxidation is visible. Blades edge has nicks and dings. Great looking Revolutionary Saber!
U.S. Model 1860 by Christopher Roby, Blade is 35" in length with a 27.5" fuller. Blade is a grey patina with scattered oxidation and discoloration noted. Ricasso is marked "M/US/1863, opposite side is marked "C. Roby/W. CHELMSFORD/MASS" Leather and wire wrap are intact. Scabbard shows heavy surface oxidation visible. Overall good looking Civil War saber
Circa 1812-1813, 33.5" long curved blade with ricasso marked "P/HHP/N. STARR", blade is bright with scattered light discoloration visible. This model does not have a fuller. Wooden grip is wrapped with leather, and show heavy use. Guard and back strap are a smooth grey patina. Guard is stamped with "P", majority of the black paint is visible on the scabbard with light dents.
Civil War era model 1840 "WristBreaker sword by Clemen & Jung (Germany). Blade is 35" in length with a 25.5"fuller, Blade has been cleaned at some point with scattered oxidation noted. Ricasso is marked "C&J" inside box. Knuckle bow, branches and back strap are a dark patina with wear visible. Wire wrap is missing, and leather is flaking on the grip. Scabbard is good with majority of...
Circa 1813-1814, manufactured at the Nathan Starr factory and delivered to all U.S. Dragoons by 1814. Curved blade is 32" in length with a 26.5" fuller. Blade is a dark grey patina with scattered surface oxidation visible. Wooden grip is dry and leather is long gone. Ricasso is marked "US/P/LS/N.STARR" Scabbard is a brown patina with surface oxidation noted.
Circa 1813-1814, manufactured at the Nathan Starr factory and delivered to all U.S. Dragoons by 1814. Curved blade is 32" in length with a 25" fuller. Blade has scattered smooth surface oxidation and discoloration. Ricasso is marked "US/P/LS/N.STARR".Guard and back strap are a grey patina, leather grip is good with wear noted. Original scabbard is missing the throat and is noted with surface...
Circa 1812-1813, 34" curved blade with no fuller, Blade has been polished to a bright finish. Scattered surface scratches and light areas of discoloration is visible. Edge is noted with nicks and dings. Ricasso is marked "N. STARR" Traces of leather is visible on the wooden grips, leather washer is also gone. Sabbared looks to have been repainted at some point with majority of it flaking...