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1st New Jersey Regiment
Beautiful silver wire over horn grip. Silver pommel and guard. Tri-fullered blade. Very handsome early piece.
Two exquisite Federal Period sabres/sabers 1800-1815
Personalized scabbard mounts and beautifully fully etched & engraved blade.
Colonel William Henry Jr. was at every major Civil War Battle including Gettysberg and the surrender of General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House
Captain D.W.C Lewis
His citation reads: "While retiring with his men before a heavy fire of canister shot at short range, returned in the face of the enemy's fire and rescued an exhausted private of his company who but for this timely action would have lost his life by drowning in the morass through which the troops were retiring."
Featured on Page 134 of George C Newmann's book Swords & Blades of the American Revolution. This monogrammed piece is profusely decorated with eagles and patriotic symbol. The original scabbard is in excellent condition. Monogrammed "JB" separated by (what appears to be a Fluer De Lis. This sword hales from the collection of E. Norman Flayderman and is pictured on Circa 1780-1790 and as possible property of a Jonas Bronk of New York. The original crosshatched scabbard survives in wonderful condition. The knucklebow bares a possible Washington motif with initials "DS" stamped into the heel of the knucklebow. The pommel/guard front/crossguard are all adorned with patriotic eagles, while the inside of guard is adorned with herons. Truly, a most patriotic small sword from one of the most world-renowned collectors.
Beautifully detailed, chased and engraved gold glided scabbard mounts. Pristine etched and frosted blade. Note the superbly detailed engraved mounts and crisply etched blade. There is no maker's mark on the blade. "United States Medical Staff" is spelt out completely on the blade with the customary bannered American Eagle on the reverse.
Beautiful early Naval Officers' cutlass. Silver with Fouled Anchor in Knucklebow and in counter guard. Likely British or American.
These swords and other items are available for now. Items may be removed (or others added), at any time. I only sell items so that I can buy other ones. (Sales tax applies, if purchased within California). I can send more pictures as needed. Please feel free to contact me about any of the swords on this site, or if you have swords or Civil War related artifacts you wish to sell. Additional shipping and insurance charges will apply to international purchases. Buyer assumes all responsibility for checking import restrictions on items purchased. My items are guaranteed as original.
It is my hope that people gain an appreciation for the craftsmanship and history associated with the men that bore these swords and arms in their cause.
Tri-Color Blade with Tecumsa Indian. Beautifully embellished scabbard mounts.
Saber made by George & Alfred Welles of Boston between 1807 and 1812.
Period of the Barbary Pirates is evidenced by the moon patterned blade popular for a short period during this time. Gold gilded scabbard is stunning with beautifully chased and engraved Acanthus on both side. Truly an exceptional saber.