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Artillery Short Sword - SCARCE example here, the 18" blade shows age & use. Maker marked with S & K, dated 184?, hard to decipher date. Guard is broken, possible war time. I have never seen this example before. S & K is the maker Schnitzler and Kirschbaum of Solingen, Germany which manufactured many edged weapons used in the Civil War. - Price is $ 550.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-1-1645


Saber Straps - Saber Straps stamped with maker, Rock Island Arsenal and inspected JH. Standard size, short strap 9 1/2" long with long strap at 23", thats folded closed as you see it here. Nice strap showing honest age. - Price is $ 150.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-2-2391


M-1906 Cavalry Sword - More scarce than the civil war cavalry swords. The 35" blade excellent with a couple very fine nicks that can be felt with your finger. Maker stamped US J.C. and dated A.S. Co. 1906. All iron guard with original leather & wire, grip remains excellent, leather washer intact. Iron guard painted black as seen on many, most long gone and worn thin. Scabbard remains excellent, dent free and some light rust. Drag stamped with numbers 122 & 5 over the middle 2, reverse stamped 71 and inspected with JC. Nice sword here, all original showing honest age, getting scarce to find this model. - Price is $ 650.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-3-2847


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Good example here, as they say fresh from the attic and untouched - The 35" blade is maker marked & dated with C. Roby W. Chelmsford Mass & US 1865 A.G.M, blade shows light rust with no nicks. Brass guard with a dark patina, leather shows honest wear & use, only 3 strains of wire remain, leather washer still intact. Scabbard with a coating of rust, no denting, shows use overall. Nice sword here, would clean up if you got the time, I think better as you see it. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-4-1302


Model 1840 Artillery Short Sword - Looks to be a Ames maker, unmarked with maker or inspection stamps. Could be one made for the confederate army ? Sword is 25" overall long with a 19" double edge blade. Blade has several very fine nicks. I have seen these before where the maker was worn thin & hard to see, but they were always inspected on the guard, not this one. - Price is $ 650.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-5-3015


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade maker marked Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale RI & dated, US CEW 1865. Blade shows age with 2 very fine nicks, leather washer intact. Leather grip & wire remain very good showing honest use, pommel inspected with CEW. Brass guard to blade just a tad loose, nothing bad. Scabbard shows age & use with light rust, 3 door dents. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-6-2808


SCARCE Dated Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked, Ames MFG Co Chicopee Mass, dated US JH 1859. Pommel cap inspected with JH. Markings are a tad weak, the date looks like 1855, BUT,, they didnt make any that year. The 35" blade is nick free with light spotting, complete with leather washer. Original leather grip very good with wire fixed & replaced with copper, see last photo. Scabbard is dent free and was painted black at some point, very long ago. Out of the 1859 contract of 5000, 3600 would have been dated 1859, the others dated 1860. Out of 5000 contracted for 1859, 1200 were sent to the state of Virginia, most were believed to be dated 1860. My thoughts would think many were dated 1859 ? before the start of the civil war. - Price is $ 950.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-7-3198


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade is dated US JH 1862, no signs of a maker stamping. Blade remains very dark from storage, 2 very fine nicks can be felt with your finger nail. Leather grip & wire show age & use, some wood starting to show, pommel inspected with the letter H. Scabbard shows age, small dent near drag. - Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-8-2912


Sword Stands - These are used stands made of Acrylic. The size is, base is 6" by 3" with a 6" high back. I have only one pair. - Price is $ 25.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-9


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade maker marked & stamped with Ames MFG CO Chicopee Mass, dated US CEW 1864. Blade shows age with 2 very fine nicks that can be felt with you finger nail, leather washer intact. Excellent leather grip & wire, one brass guard branch a tad bent. Scabbard with 2 small dents, one each side, drag has a small amount of damage. Scabbard has been painted parade black early 19th century. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-10-3054


M-1840 Scabbard - Excellent condition overall, nice clean scabbard here. One very small dent near drag, no inspection stamp on drag, only negative, missing the throat screw. Scabbard is 37 1/2" long with a 1 1/4" open throat. If you have a M-1840 sword with no scabbard, here is your chance, they dont come often. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-11


SCARCE & MINT Field Grade Model 1860 Cavalry Officers Sword - Marked & stamped W.H. Hortsmann & Sons Philadelphia. Original sharkskin grip & brass wire, both remain in excellent to MINT condition showing honest age. Blade is 32" long, remains excellent to mint with no nicking, beautiful scroll design. Field grade steel scabbard excellent to mint, no denting. This is a scarce sword in this condition, you will be hard pressed to find another better. - Price is $ 2800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-12-3082


French Artillery Short Sword - The 18 1/2" blade shows age & use, has been cleaned over the years. Maker of Klingenthal hard to decipher, the markings are there, several hallmarks stamped in guard. Tough to beat this price as seen listed here. - Price is $ 450.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-13-1639


SCARCE Model 1840 Artillery Saber - Scarce dated artillery saber, maker stamped, Ames MFG Co Chicopee Mass & dated US JH 1855. Excellent grip & wire, blade is 32 1/2" long with several very small nicks. These early sabers are referred to as type 1 with a recess guard, the scabbard had no throat. The scabbard would fit inside the guard to keep dirt & water out. Scabbard excellent overall, has one small dent on top near drag, both strap hangers in place. This saber is excellent overall showing honest age & light use. When you do find one, they are in terrible condition, most of the time the grip & wire are long gone. NOTE, only 1000 were made & delivered in 1855 to the ordnance department. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-14-3136


M-1840 Scabbard - Good condition overall, no dents, no inspection stamp on drag, was painted black many years ago, most gone with light rust, most to the drag. Scabbard is 37 1/4" long with a 1 1/4" open throat. If you have a M-1840 sword with no scabbard, here is your chance, they dont come often. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-15-1848


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker Marked Emerson & Silver Trenton, NJ. dated with US/DFM/1864, pommel cap inspected as well, all markings a tad weak and could use a little cleaning there. Leather grip & wire show honest age & wear, missing a small section of wire near pommel. Scabbard shows age as well with four dents & a tad bent from being rode on horse back. Overall a nice civil war sword, to bad they dont talk, this one was there. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-16-289


French Short Sword - Sword is 25" long overall with a 19" nick free blade. Maker stamped & dated, Chatellerault 184?, Pihet Freres. Excellent Condition - Price is $ 400.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-17-1242


Model 1850 Officers Sword - Maker marked & stamped Esinhauer F. Horster Solingen, on the reverse has a PROVED disk. Sword is 38" overall with a nick free 32" blade, blade dark showing storage age. Original sharkskin grip & wire remain very good with small nip on grip. Nice sword with scarce maker, no scabbard. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-18-3029


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade is dated US JM 1864 & maker marked Emerson & Silver Trenton NJ, pommel inspected with JM. Original leather & wire grip show honest age & use, overall good condition. Scabbard with one very small dent showing honest age, some loss to nickle finish, inspected with #2 & LW. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-19-2113


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked & dated with US JCW 1864 & Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale RI. The 35" blade remains very good with a couple very fine nicks. Leather grip & wire show honest age & light wear, pommel inspected with CEW & W, leather washer intact. Scabbard good condition overall, dent free, drag inspected with JCW. Nice sword here. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-20-2765


Model 1860 Officers Staff & Field Sword - Circa 1870 to 1890, the 32" blade has no maker marks or date. Flip down guard not working, button stuck, excellent grip & wire. Scabbard with light rust & pitting, I think from many years of storage in this cloth sword bag. - Price is $ 250.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-21-2776


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade maker marked with C. Roby W. Chelmsford Mass and dated US/1864/AGM. Original leather grip & wire good overall showing honest age and wear, handle has a crack in wood. Blade with 1 small nick and roughness near tip, tip has a ding. Pommel inspected with the letter M, leather washer intact. Scabbard good condition, shows age with light pitting, most to the drag, one small shallow dent. - Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-22-2723


Model 1860 Staff Officers Sword - The 30" diamond shaped blade is stamped with the Knights Head, blade overall excellent. Knights Head is maker WR Kirschbaum, Solingen, imported many times by WH Horstman. Blade ingraved with US & Eagle, felt washer missing. Sharkskin grip showing honest age and use, brass wire missing. Push button folding guard button is missing, broke, non-working. Scabbard remains good overall, brass hanger mounts, slight bend in the middle, nothing extreme. - Price is $ 350.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-23-2689


European Import Relic - Tired & Worn & Relic Condition, maker marked A.E. Holler, Solingen, very weak markings. Cast Iron Hilt, entire grip is long gone, sword blade is 36" showing age with rust & pitting, scabbrad is rusty with a small hole near toe, both look to have been painted black many years ago, both show areas of light cleaning, this could be improved. Not much information found on the maker, BEZDEK Book on American Swords, claims imported for the Civil War, this could be a sleeper & possible confederate used. I regret there is no imformation to give as to where this was recovered. - Price is $ 450.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-24-468


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked & dated, Emerson & Silver Trenton, N.J. & US C.E.W. 1865, 35" blade shows age & use with a couple fine nicks, good leather grip & wire, only showing honest age & use, missing approximate 1 inch wire, hard to notice & appears fixed & tucked in leather grip, leather washer intact. Brass guard with a nice dark patina, pommel is inspected with J.M. Scabbard with small dents & light rust, drag is inspected with J.M. just the same as the pommel cap. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-25-654


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked Mansfield & Lamb Forestdale RI & dated US JM 1864. The 35" blade remains excellent with one small nick, leather washer intact, blade looks to have been coated with shellac ?, easy remove if desired. Original wire & leather grip shows honest age with light wear & use. Scabbard good condition overall with a couple small dents and a blade nick, drag inspected with DFM. Overall a nice sword here. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-26-1989


Remington Saber Bayonet Fighting Knife - Knife made from a 1863 Remington “Zouave” Rifle saber bayonet, overall 10 1/2" long with a 5 1/2" blade. Inspection stamped B.H. on guard. Excellent well made 19th century leather scabbard, one side of belt loop broken & missing leg tie rope. Overall a well made cool relic of the past showing honest age & use. Good heavy strong knife here, you will like this. - Price is $ SOLD plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-27-3156


Scarce Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker Marked Prov Tool Co and dated US RPB 1862, sic. The 34 1/2" blade remains good overall with a couple very fine nicks. Brass guard branch is bent down, leather washer intact. Original leather grip & wire showing honest age & wear, some loss to leather. Pommel cap inspected RPB. Scabbard shows age with couple small dents near drag, overall good. Scarce maker, Providence Tool Co of Rhode Island. - Price is $ 800.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-28-2826


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - The 35" blade shows no signs of a maker or date stamping. Blade remains excellent with no nicks, small ding to tip, leather washer intact. Excellent leather grip & wire showing honest age, pommel with inspection H 74. Scabbard shows age & use, 3 dents, drag inspected with MGP 9, never seen the MGP inspection before. Nice sword, could this have been made for the confederate army ? - Price is $ 850.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-29-2762


Model 1860 Cavalry Sword - Maker marked C. Roby W. Chelmsford, Mass. & dated with US 1865 AGM, the 35" blade has light spotting, shows age with 2 very fine nicks, previous owner added a heavy coat of oil or grease, can be easily removed. Brass guard good overall with original leather grip & brass wire, very dark from storage, leather washer intact, pommel cap stamped with the letter "M". Scabbard dent free, shows age & remains very dark from attic storage. - Price is $ 750.00 plus shipping and insurance. Item - SW-30-859

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