List of products by brand U.S.
U.S. Confederate Bowie Knife. Possibly Cook and Brothers. This is one of the mystery blades of the Confederacy where no one knows exactly who made it, but it is agreed to be a Confederate made Bowie! Some well-known dealers and collectors attribute the manufacture to Cook and Brother of New Orleans. These knives have an unusual ring on the guard, some examples having just one ring, others...
U.S. Winchester Lee Navy 1895. It has been shortened.
U.S. Model 1816 North flintlock pistol with early style lock markings. Wood is very good plus with cartouche. Original rod. Overall this is a much better than normal 1816!
U.S. 1867 Peabody bayonet as used by various militia groups with a Trapdoor Sprigfield scabbard. Good condition.
U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer sabre by Ames inscribed to: "Presented to Lt. R. Kramer by Members of S.L.I. Oct. 14, 1872". Scabbard is very good plus with no weakness. Excellent frost on etched blade. Fine hilt.