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Sword Stands - Stands come with oak base, walnut sold out. The base is 5 1/2" long by 1 1/2" wide, front is 3 1/4" high, backs are 5" high. Plastic coated thick rigid wire top holder, priced by the pair. - The Price is $ 25.00 @ pair plus shipping and insurance. Item - Sword Stands


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade is maker marked with Emerson & Silver Trenton NJ, dated US ADK 1865, just a little roughness the blade edge. Leather grip & wire all original, shows age & use with some loss of leather, blade leather washer intact. Scabbard shows age from storage, no dents, a little rusty. Good honest sword here. - The Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-31-1283


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked & dated US/JM/1865 - Emerson & Silver Trenton, NJ, maker mark is weak, pommel cap inspected as well with JM/M. The 35" blade is nick free with some black age spotting, no active rust, just shows age, looks good, brass guard with a nice dark patina to include the original leather washer, leather grip & brass wire both complete, shows honest age & wear. Scabbard shows age with two minor dents, plated at one time with most missing, sword & scabbard have a nice look and will display very nice. - Price is $ 850.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-32-274


Model 1832 Artillery Sword - Maker marked & dated with N.P. Ames Springfield, dated US 1844 JH, JH and WAT inspection stamping on brass guard. The 19" double edge blade with a couple fine nicks, nothing extreme, blade has a layer of grease applied, easy to remove if you like. Leather scabbard shows honest age & wear, most to the drag area, a little soft & weak just above, some denting to brass drag. Overall a good looking short sword with scabbard. - Price is $ 1250.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-33-1541


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The sword blade is a unmarked 35" nick free example, shows only a couple dark spots from age and storage. Leather grip very good condition with wire long gone, easy fix if so desired, retains the original leather washer. Brass guard is nice showing a dark patina from age, pommel cap is inspected twice with "C.E.W.", Charles E. Wilson inspected from 1862 to 1864. The original scabbard over-all excellent with a dime size dent. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-34-192


Model 1840 Cavalry Sword - Maker Clemen & Jung, blade stamped with C & J, the 36" blade has very fine nicking, more like a roughness, shows light rust & spotting, last 10" has been sharpen at some point. Leather grip shows age with original wire, leather washer missing, brass retains a nice patina. Scabbard good condition with no denting, shows age with light rust, would clean up if desired. - Price is $ 650.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-35-1161


Model 1840 Cavalry - Maker marked with K & C for C. R. Kirschbaum & Company, the 35 1/2" blade has been lightly sharpen, minor small nicking, blade shows age & use. Good brass guard with original leather & wire, small chunk missing on the handle, shows honest wear & use, pommel is inspected with JM and stamped # 77. Scabbard shows its age with light pitting, minor rusting and some small denting. Nice period sword which was certainly among the initial weapons used by the confederate arm forces. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-36


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade is maker marked & dated with US CEW 1865, Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale RI. Blade has a couple fine nicks, was plated at some point with little loss, most near the tip. Leather grip & brass wire remain good showing honest age & use, pommel inspected with CEW. There is a number 24 stamped over the date and a 15 stamped in the pommel cap, rack numbers. Scabbard shows honest age, inspected but hard to decipher, looks to be JH . - Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-37-1478


Ames Model 1860 Cavalry - The sword has a 35" blade, leather washer missing, couple very small tiny nicks that can be felt with the finger, very fine, never sharpen. Blade marked on obverse US/GKC/186?, George K. Charter inspected from 1861 to 1864, reverse is maker marked Ames MFG. CO. Chicopee, Mass. The leather grip and double twisted wire are in good condition, one strand missing with old repair, honest wear & nice looking, brass with a nice patina. The Original Scabbard is very dark from age and has 3 door dents. Overall a Very Nice Sword ! - Price is $ 895.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-38


Civil War Period Practice Sword - Made of wood & leather guard, 36 1/2" overall, wood & leather remains excellent, some what a scarce example today & very seldom seen. - Price is $ 150.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-39-680


Model 1860 Staff Officers Sword - SCARCE untouched example here, 32" diamond style blade with French Maker Mark, FDB over helmet & sword, Francois Delacour & Backes, Paris Sword Maker. Sword tip missing a very small "minor" piece, looks to have been used as a pointer, not broken, has been dragged with rounded tip, possible in the dirt to draw maps, blade overall good condition showing age with light dark spotting, no etching typical of the French. Horn grip missing brass wire, wire looks to have been cut or was broken at some point, push button guard works fine, pommel, hand guard, blade a tad loose together with felt washer missing. Scabbard maker marked Horstmann Phila & N.Y. looks to be all brass, a magnet does not stick, very dark patina, small drag plain both sides, scabbard ring mounts the same both sides, both inside ring mounts show wear from soldier wearing on belt & use, scabbard body with light denting & small wave. All brass remains very dark from age & storage, no brasso polish needed. I point out all these very minor issues, there is nothing extreme or negative about this sword. Just about impossible to find these scarce swords. - Price is $ 1450.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-40-885


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade is maker marked Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale RI & dated US JCW 1864. Blade shows age with light rust and fine nicks, more like a roughness. Leather grip missing the brass wire, leather washer intact. Scabbard good condition, most of the plated finish long gone, adds character, NJ stamped on drag, maybe for New Jersey. Sword overall has a nice look and will display just fine. - Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-41-1319


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The sword blade is 35" long with nicking, nothing large or extreme, leather washer long gone, the reverse maker marked with Emerson & Silver, maker mark is weak and obverse marked with US\JF\1865. Leather grip and wire are excellent, just honest wear. The scabbard, dark from age has a many small dents and throat is missing. Still a Nice Example & Price - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-42


M-1860 GAR Sword - The 28" blade maker marked with Ames Sword Co Chicopee Mass. Sword blade with few very fine nicks or roughness, gold inlay scroll design to include GAR, Soldiers, Lincoln, 1861, Membership Badge. Leather grip & wire show honest age, very good overall. Scabbard good condition with a small amount nickle plate missing. Don't see many GAR swords like this one here. - Price is $ 425.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-43-2106


M-1906 Cavalry Sword - More scarce than the civil war swords, fresh from an attic and never messed with. The 35" blade shows age, several fine nicks and light rust. Stamped US JHC and dated AS Co 1906. All iron guard with original leather & wire, blade leather washer intact all show age. Great wall hanger & no scabbard. - Price is $ 300.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-44-1931


Model 1832 French Artillery Short Sword - Maker marked Klingenthal, the 19" double edge blade remains good overall with one nick. Maker & date markings a tad weak, cant decipher the last digit on the date, 183?. Nice sword here. - Price is $ 650.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-45-1882


Model 1840 Cavalry Sword - Maker Marked Clemen & Jung\ C & J within a rectangular box are the only swords from this maker with attribution to service in the Civil War. The 36" blade has 6 small very fine nicks, shows light rust & pitting, leather grip almost all gone from time, no wire with cord showing and missing the leather blade washer. Brass guard very dark from age, a tad loose, looks wonderful. Scabbard with 1 small dent, shows age with light rust. No question this sword was there and done it, wish I could find more like this one. - GOOD SWORD BY THIS MAKER & CHEAP, possible confederate used !! - Price is $ 650.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-46-1315


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Sword blade is 35" and maker marked with Henry Boker, Solingen. Blade shows some dark spotting from age with 10 small battle nicks, small ding to tip & bent just a tad, no question this sword was there. Leather grip shows wear & use, leather thin in areas with some wood showing, brass wire has been replaced, hand guard is bent with about 50% of the original leather washer intact. Scabbard shows age with a dark patina, 2 door dents near drag, one each side, very good overall. This sword was used in battle, hard to find maker makes this one a nice sword. - Price is $ 825.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-47-427


Model 1850 Officers Sword - Sword blade is 28" long, blade is fair to good condition with fine nicking, light rust, pitting and spotting. Remains of a partial felt washer, scroll design to include US & Eagle. Brass guard overall good with original shark skin grip & brass wire, both show honest age & use, guard is a tad loose. Scabbard has seen better days with breaks and being repaired, has weak areas although complete. Scabbard brass throat has been ground near top. My opinion this is a Horstmann made sword, I see no maker marks. This came from the Brian Daley Estate, Science Fiction Novelist. - Price is $ 650.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-48-1199


M-1906 Cavalry Sword - More scarce than the civil war swords, fresh from a barn sale and never messed with. The 35" blade shows age, couple fine nicks, light rust. Stamped US JHC and dated AS Co 1906. All iron guard with original leather & wire, blade leather washer intact all show age. Great wall hanger & no scabbard. - Price is $ 325.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-49-1727


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - SCARCE Model Here - Sword blade is 32", 3" shorter then the 35" standard, I had this looked over by several other experts, we are not sure if this was done at the Factory or done by a sword black-smith, the last 3" of the blade & scabbard have been shorten, so professional it is almost impossible to tell. Maker marked Emerson & Silver Trenton, N.J. dated US DFM 1864, blade remains excellent with no nicking, leather washer intact. Brass guard very good with a strong patina, original leather & wire remain excellent, pommel cap inspected with DFM. Scabbard shows age & remains dark from attic storage with several very small dents. There is some white paint specks on both scabbard & brass guard with little harm and remove with ease. Overall an outstanding scarce example here made for a short soldier, I have never seen any others or maybe never noticed them. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-50-932


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked & dated with Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale RI, US CEW 1863, the 35" blade with light rust & nicking the last 12" to point, leather washer intact. Brass guard with a nice patina, pommel inspected with CEW, 75% of grip leather remains, brass wire is broken, you can fix if wanted. Scabbard shows age & use with light rust and several smaller dents to the body. Nice early dated sword that saw action somewhere, possible Gettysburg. - Price is $ 875.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-51-1269


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade is maker marked C. Roby W. Chelmsford Mass and dated US 1865 AGM. Blade overall good with a small amount of roughness near the tip that can be felt with your finger, leather washer intact. Original leather & wire very good showing honest age & light use, one brass guard branch bent inward a tad with no harm. Scabbard shows age from storage, 3 small dents to body & light rust, still looks good. Nice sword for any collection. - Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-52-1857


M-1860 GAR Sword - GAR sword with 30" blade, slight bend near tip, blade unmarked, leather washer intact. Brass guard has been painted gold, leather grip & wire remain very good. Scabbard has been painted silver, throat missing, door dent & bent near drag. This GAR sword has seen many meetings & parade use. - Price is $ 250.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-53-2112


Model 1840 NCO Non-Commissioned Officers Sword - Maker marked & dated, Emerson & Silver Trenton N.J, dated, US DFM 1863, the 32" blade is nick free with age spotting & light rust near tip. Brass guard is coated with somthing, possible shellac, inspected with DFM. Metal scabbard overall very good, drag inspected with DFM, main body of scabbard was painted brown at some point, looks good, only the sword experts can tell, nice sword over with a friendly price. - Price is $ 600.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-54-905


Model 1840 NCO Non-Commissioned Officers Sword - NCO sword & scabbard with the original leather shoulder belt seldom found for sale. Maker marked Emerson & Silver Trenton N.J. dated US DFM 1862, the 32" blade remains excellent. Brass guard inspected DFM. Metal scabbard overall very good, drag with light denting & inspected DFM, reverse screw hole worn & rounded. Leather shoulder belt remains excellent, shows age & light use. There is a Eagle breast plate instead of the NCO buckle, it has been on there for many many years. - Price is $ 1250.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-55-1532


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Sword blade is 35" long with about 6 very fine nicks, shows age with light spotting & rust, nothing extreme. Maker marked & dated with US/W.C/1865 & Made by Ames MFG Co Chicopee. Brass guard remains very good overall with a dark patina, pommel inspected & hard to make because of patina. Leather grip remains near excellent with original wire intact, still retains the leather washer. Scabbard shows age & was painted gold many, many years ago, possible for GAR Hall use & display, small 2" section of separation near throat with no harm. Nice sword here for the money. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-56-1100


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Sword blade is 35" long with a couple very fine nicks that can be felt with your finger, maker marked Emerson & Silver Trenton, N.J. dated US DFM 1864. Brass guard very good, pommel stamped with JM, original leather & wire near excellent with one strain of wire missing with period repair. Guard stamped with "EM", most likly the owners initials, my opinion. Scabbard is a model 1840, overall very good, shows age with a light patina. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-57-817


Model 1840 Musicians Sword - The 28 1/4" blade remains excellent, small amount of wear or roughness near tip, maker stamped & dated. Made by Ames MFG Co Chicopee Mass, dated, US CSL 1864, guard stamped with JH, drag inspected with TKL. Scabbard very good showing age & use, small bend to brass drag, couple worn areas to leather, no extreme damage or problems. Most of these Musician swords are always missing the scabbard, here your chance to acquire one with. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-58-2150


Gettysburg Used & Identified Staff & Field Officers Sword - Breveted Major Henry S Lucas personal sword, Captain at Gettysburg of the 12th Reserves, 41st Pa Regiment. The Staff & Field sword, scabbard shows use & wear as it was used through out the war of the rebellion. The 32" blade marker marked PDL, etching to include US & Eagle, worn thin from cleaning. Grip shows use & wear with wire being replaced, leather washer missing. Scabbard good overall with brass mounts, denting to drag area & a small gash. White wall paint marks from hanging on the wall. Buyer can deside if it should be removed, we dont do that here. Henry has a long war story, fought in most major battles. The Framed 18 1/2" by 29" memorial is of his brother Richmond J Lucas, he was also at Gettysburg the same day fight, 14th US Infantry. Both survived Gettysburg and the war 1861 to 1865. Memorial shows age, glass is dirty, document inside shows light water stain, small tearing & tape repairs, original paper backing has damage with some missing. These items are from the family, never been on the market before, 84 year old Harry E Lucas said it is time to sell, he wants his family history preserved and the story told, so many have been lost to time. Collection includes a notorized letter in regards to the sword. Three old time images show Harry E the little boy, father Harry T Lucas, Grandfather Henry H Lucas, Great Grandfather Richmond J Lucas, Richmond's brother Henry S Lucas not showing in these photos. Your buying the sword & memorial, articles showing here remain in Harry's E Lucas personal family diary, he did include the 3 original family photos of lineage. This collection can be yours, price in includes Free Shipping. - Price is $ 3850.00 Item - SW-59-1865


Model 1840 Cavalry Officers Sword - The 32" sword blade with light nicking shows honest age, light scroll design to include US & Eagle, no maker mark. This looks to be a Roby made sword by the style and design of the brass guard. Sharkskin grip & wire remain good showing honest age & use. Scabbard remains nice overall with a couple dents. Hard to buy a Officer's Cavalry Sword for less than 2500.00, should sell quick. - Price is $ 1250.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-60-2164

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