Civil War Model 1860 Cavalry Sword made by Henry Boker Solingen, Germany. 34.5" curved blade, ricasso is marked "Henry Boker/ Solingen". Blade is a dull grey patina with light surface oxidation visible. Brass hand guard shows minor nicks and dings along the edges. Leather and wire wrap are intact and in good overall condition. Scabbard looks to have been painted a green color some time ago,...
Civil War era Sword by Ames dated 1863, blade in 34.5" in length. Metal finish is a dark grey patina with chips visible at the blade's edge. Ricasso is marked "US/ADK/1863" Opposite side is stamped "AMES MFg Co./Chicopee/MASS". Brass hand guard has a dark "bronzed" patina. Leather and wire wrap are intact and in overall good condition. Scabbard has been lightly cleaned and has a dull finish....
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 is bright with discoloration visible along the blade. Ricasso is marked "US/P/LS/N.STARR". Hand guard and back strap show surface pitting. Grips are worn, these swords never had wire wraps. Original scabbard is heavily oxidized, throat...
Made in 1864. Has an overall length of 41", blade length of 35". Made by Lamb. Has Lamb stamped as well as U.S., inspectors initials C.E.W, and 1864. Blade has been polished overall very good. Brass handle has lots of color with minimal cracking in leather. Overall in very good pluys condition.
Circa 1860s. Has an overall length of 41", blade length of 35". Made by C. Roby. Blade has been polished and is in very good condition. Brass handle is in very good condition. Leather on handle is starting to chip and crack. Comes with scabbard in good condition. Overall condition is very good.
Circa 1840-50s. Overall length of 42", blade length of 36". Referred to as "Old Wrist breaker". Has marking on Ricasso. Blade has been polished with few knicks and dark spots. Brass handle has oxidization and turning color, and is slightly loose. Leather is in good condition. Comes with scabbard wit brown patina. Overall in good condition.
Circa 1860s. Overall length of 42", blade length of 36". Made by Tiffany & Co stamped on the ricasso, as well as inspector initials "P.D.L". Referred to as " Old wrist breaker". Blade is in very good condition, has been polished. Brass handle has lost color and wire is coming loose. Comes with scabbard. Overall in good condition.
Made in 1864 and inspected by J.M, Overall length 41" Blade length is 35" handle is in fair condition with small crack on it Blade is in very good condition with original polish. Come with scabbard that is in very good condition with brown patina.
Circa 1840-50s. Has an overall length of 42" with a blade length of 36". Referred as "Old wrist breaker". Has no markings. Blade is in good condition with some knicks along the edge and spotty. Brass handle has oxidization and turning of color, leather is starting to deuterate. Overall in good condition, comes with metal scabbard with gray patina.
Circa 1790-1810. Curved blade eagle head sword with 28" blade and 32.5" overall length. Blade shows battle wear and has some original bluing with light flaking and oxidation. Lite rust on blade near hilt. Brass eagle head grip and pommel. Engraved brass scabbard retains 70% gilt finish. Carrying rings have been removed and holes remain
Circa 1810-1820, Beautiful Artillery Officers sword in near excellent condition. Checkered bone handle has a tiny chip visible right side. Blade is 30.75" long with beautiful deep blue,etched and strongly gilded foliate and panoply of arms decoration is also present on the blade. Middle foliate is marked "SPIES", brass scabbard is engraved with Foliate and spread winged Eagle with shield. A...
Circa 1821-1840. Eagle head straight edge sword with 31.25" blade and 37" overall length. Checkered and fan carved bone handle has a crack going from top to bottom on the right side. Beautiful deep blue remains on two thirds of the blade with etched and gilded foliate noted. A spread winged Eagle with shield is at the center in between the foliate. Light oxidation is noted on the bright...
Circa 1830, with a 31.5" blade, two thirds of the blade have a beautiful deep blue with etched and gilded foliate. Chain is attached from Eagle's mouth to the brass stacked ball counter-guard. Checkered and fanned bone grip is in near excellent condition. Brass scabbard does show handling and usage wear.
Circa 1801-1805, Rare Double Headed Eagle sword. Curved blade is 27" in length, etching is visible on the blade with traces of blue present. Chips are noted in the blade, Brass handle, guard and pommel are a nice untouched patina. This sword is pictured in "The American Eagle Pommel Sword" By Mowbray on page 54. One of the Rarest American swords to own!
Circa 1769, 26" blade with a silver Eagle pommel. Ivory grooved hilt is dyed green. Cross guards and finals have an eagle like appearance, guard and pommel are connected by a chain. Sword comes with a beautiful brown leather scabbard that still has a faint pattern visible. Scabbard throat has an Eagle engraved. An example of this sword can be seen on page 334, of George Neumann's book...
Circa 1800-1820s. Total length 36", blade length 31". Ivory handle. Blade has traces of visible original blue color. Overall, in good condition comes with black leather scabbard that shows cracking and wear.
Circa 1800-1820. Overall length is 37”. Blade Length is 32” with original bluing and polished front of blade. Ivory handle is in very good condition. Come with leather scabbard in very good condition.
Made circa 1800s to 1820s. Overall length is 33.5" and blade is 28". Blade is good with original blue and etching. Handle eagle head with ivory and is very good. Comes with scabbard, Scabbard is good with cracking through out and patina on brass. Overall condition is good.
Circa 1800-1820. Eagle head straight edge sword with 34.25" blade and 39.5" overall length. Blade has grey oxidation with some pitting and battle wear. Brass hilt with eagle head pummel and leather grip with twisted brass overlay.
Made circa 1800s to 1820s. Overall length is 34" and blade is 28.5". Blade has original blue and etching with slight patina overall blade is very good. Handle is leather and wood. Handle is very good. Comes with scabbard, Scabbard is leather and brass with slight cracking in leather. Scabbard is very good. Overall Condition is very good.