Offered is a fabulous U.S. pattern 1872 cavalry sword in antique condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
U.S. Pattern 1872 cavalry sword. Curved single-fuller 32 inch steel blade. Cast brass hilt with shield motif and florals on pommel and eagle with stars on inside of guard. Wooden replaced grip. Steel scabbard painted black with cast brass mounts.
Condition: Poor; blade with dark patina; rusty and pitted, scratches from sharpening...
Offered is a fabulous U.S. civil war era cavalry saber in antique condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Unmarked U.S. Model 1840 cavalry saber; curved 36 inch blade, three-bar hilt of standard pattern; grip retaining portions of leather wrap; no scabbard.
Condition: Blade with light spotting; hilt slightly bent.
Offered is a fabulous U.S. composite cutlass in the style of the American revolution sword in antique condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Curved 27 1/2 inch single edged blade with broad, full-length fuller. Brass D-guard, the quillon with ball finial, the urn-shaped pommel engraved with an anchor. Stacked hilt composed of panels of walnut, horn and bone.
Condition: Blade with dark, mottled patina showing scattered light pitting.
Offered is a fabulous U.S. model 1860 staff & field officer's sword unusual model in pristine antique condition...
Offered is a fabulous French model 1845 infantry officer's sword in pristine condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Slightly curved 29 1/2 inch blade with broad, nearly full-length fuller below a narrow fuller at the spine and marked M--- Chatellerault acier eprouve. Brass hilt of standard pattern. Ribbed horn grip. Steel single ring scabbard.
Condition: Blade with minor spotting. Grip missing wire wrap.
Offered is a fabulous U.S. civil war era non-regulation foot officer's sword by Wilhelm Walscheid, Solingen, in pristine condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Slightly curved 33 inch Iron Proof blade having etched panels of scrollwork, the uppermost with US on one side and a Federal eagle on the other. Ricasso with maker's markings of W. Clauberg...
Offered is a fabulous U.S. civil war era non-regulation foot officer's sword probably by Wilhelm Walscheid, Solingen, in pristine condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Slightly curved 32 inch Iron Proof blade with 11 inch panel etched with florals, US and spread eagle, the unmarked ricasso with brass Proved disc. Steel hilt of British form, the guard with oval cut-out featuring small Federal eagle and US with infantry horn...
This is a fabulous 1872 style cavalry sword with 31 7/8 inch curved blade with dull edge and single fuller; marked with a bear and Made In/Germany. Plain cast brass hilt with wooden black leather-wrapped grip with twisted brass wire. Steel scabbard with plain cast brass mounts.
The condition of the sword is good, blade with grey patina with some spots of minor surface rust and dark spots...
Offered is a fabulous continental hunting sword from the 19th century depicting Zeus on the quillon and a dog head on the pommel. The followings are the specifications of this marvelous 19th century hunting sword:
Straight 25 inch single edged blade engraved with conventional florals and hunting motifs, one side featuring a dog with a bird in it's mouth, the other with the figure of a standing doe...
This is a fabulous American Eagle Pommel Infantry Officer's sword from circa 1821-1840 with the followings specifications:
Narrow, straight 31 1/2 inch blade with 11 1/2 inch blued and gilt panel above the hilt engraved with conventional florals and a panoply of arms. Silver-plated brass stirrup hilt: languets molded with Federal eagles; quillon with disc finial; knucklebow with central, beaded swell; ferrule molded with acanthus; backstrap with integral eaglehead pommel. Ribbed bone grip...
Offered is a fabulous U.S. 1840 mounted artillery saber by Ames Mfg. Co. sword in antique condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Curved 32 1/2 inch blade marked at the ricasso U.S./MM/1864 and Ames Mfg. Co./Chicopee/Mass. Brass hilt with leather and copper wire-wrapped grip. Iron two-ring scabbard.
Condition: Blade with smooth grey metal showing some minor spotting. Grip wrap with minor scuffing...
Offered is a fabulous U.S. unusual model 1872/1909 artillery saber in pristine condition. The following are the specifications of this stunning antique sword:
Unmarked 28 inch fullered blade; brass stirrup hilt; bakelite grip in the style of the 1902 saber for all officers; nickeled scabbard with molded frog stud and brass throat and tip; knuckle-bow and scabbard marked B I 70-.
Condition: Excellent. Some scattered light marks.
This is a fabulous set of antique pistol and gun powder flask offered in its original case from the early 1800s. The pistol has its russet barrel and tang with the metal part cleaned. An initial "B" is seen on the metal russet probably for its maker.
The gun powder flask has a brass body with beautiful old patina throughout depicting a hunting scene on both sides with a dog and geese running. The case is in great shape with metal zipper throughout...
A few features of this unique Belgium Flobert target pistol are as follow:
Not serialized, 5.5mm; 9 inch octagonal barrel; engraved spur trigger; walnut half-stock, the fore-end intaglio-carved with scrollwork, the grip fluted and fitted with conforming iron butt cap.
Condition: Good. Metal with dark age patina. Wood with light marks and repaired crack through wrist.
This very rare Belgium Flobert target pistol measures 36.5 cm or 14.4 inches.
A few features of this unique single shot American percussion pistol are as follow:
Octagon to round .32 caliber barrel stamped 15 on underside but gun otherwise unmarked. Percussion box lock action. Large trigger guard. Walnut two-piece grips.
Condition: Good. Dark brown even patina. Barrel with some nicks, dents, and scratches. Action screw marred. Strong action. Grips refinished, with the right grip having one inch splinter missing from the top along the back strap.
This rare single...
This is a very well kept brass charger "Peace" flask by N.P. Ames featuring an eagle over circle of 26 stars with pair of clasped hands, marked on top N.P. Ames/1846 with inspector's mark WAT (William A. Thornton), and the side with inspector's mark N.W.P. (Nahum W. Patch). The body of this flask is molded with standard motives with the sides fitted with triangular suspension rings.
The body shows one small dent to lower front, some wear to relief on back side, and the front retaining trace...
This is a rare .44 caliber cannon screw barrel of 3 1/2 inches with London proof marks and Thomas Ketland's proof on the underside. Thomas Ketland & Co. was a gun maker founded in Birmingham, England around 1760. Thomas Sr. was a very successful gun maker who started his business around 1760 and expanded into the export market around 1790. He died in 1816.
This unique pistol from the late 1800 has a converted percussion box lock action with a stunning scroll engraving on the right and a sig...
A very hard to find collection of medals once belonging to US Army Captain Robert Gordon of the 122d Regiment New York from 1889 - 1899, framed in walnut and black and gold bordered glass all mounted on cardboard backing. Nine medals include sharpshooter, marksman, defendam, and faithful service medals. They are all in a lovely state of preservation.
Dimension: 15 1/4" x 12 1/4"