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EW17

1840 Model Heavy Cavalry Sabre, import Germany, portion of branch guard missing, metal scabbard.  Twisted grip wire slightly loose, blade stamped with a knight head on one side and "C.R. Kirschbaum Solingen" on other side.  (Reference page 141 German Swords & Sword Makers 1814-1862 by Richard H Bezdek).

 

 

$ 950.00

EW78

 

War of 1812 era Cavalry Saber Joseph H Reddell & Co, reverse P hilt, wood grip most leather missing, the back edge of the blade is marked "Josh H Redell & Co".  

 

 

$ 695.00

EW124

Bowie Knife made from an Ames Model 1860 Light Cavalry sabre, blade stamped US -- 1864 and Chicopee… handle ornate brass with cat head pommel, two holes-one on each cheek where a gem was placed. (We simply ran a leather shoe lace through it for hanger)  Blade length is 9 5/8 inch and handle is 4 3/4 inches.  Total overall length approx 14 1/2 inches long. Ref: page 162, Ames Sword Company 1829-1935 by John D Hamilton and page 134/35 of The Bowie Knife Unsheathing an American Legend by Norm Flayderman

  

 

 

 

 

$ 595.00

EW128

Sons of Veterans Sword cira 1910, blade etchings, S.V.in center with the letter C and FL in shield.  Maker Wm Read & Sons Boston, Mass.  1969 Chelsea, MA found in attic of the guy's Grandmother's home-they were left by previous owners.  Previous Owner's named Pierce. Ref:  Fig 201, pg 163 Historical American Swords by Howard R Crouch.

 

 

 

$ 275.00

 

 

 

 

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