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    ACRYLIC SWORD & SCABBARD STAND: This pair of acrylic sword & scabbard stands was designed to hold one sword and its scabbard. Each is 5 inches tall and designed with square edge groves to prevent the sword or scabbard from flipping over as often happens with similar stands with a rounded cut. They will accommodate swords of all sized from small bowie knives to cavalry sabers.  This design presents a very clean and crisp display that is attractive. $27.00

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    U885. AMES - MODEL 1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORDS, 1835 DATED: This Ames Model 1832 Foot Artillery Sword dated 1835 is in MINT condition, and I do not think I have seen a finer example.  A total of 1400 short swords were ordered and delivered for that year, and considering the fact that these swords saw service in both the Mexican-American & Civil War the number of compete examples is low, and even lower for a MINT condition specimen. The hilt is perfect and tight with a bright Ames marked and inspected blade. The scabbard retains its original bright finish with a few minor blemished, but no crazing. It also has both mounts and all rivets and the patina matches the hilt. This is what the sword looked like the day it was delivered. It will be extremely difficult to find a nicer example! $2500.00

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    U883. HIGH-GRADE NON-REGULATION  SWORD CLAUBERG; SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM RETAILED: This is a high grade non-regulation sword made by Clauberg and retailed by Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, New York City. The brass hilt retains much original gold was and has a deep brown patina, and the grip is 100% original shark-skin with twisted wire. The guard has a large spread-winged flying eagle with an E. Pluribus Unum banner clutch in its beak, and US is on the underside of the guard. The blade is Clauberg and Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, New York City marked with IRON PROOF on the top of the blade’s spine. The etching is very frosty. The German silver scabbard is complete with some dings. This sword is rarely seen for sale and is extremely desirable! $2700.00

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    U884. AMES M1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER - SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM RETAILED: One of the rarest and most sought-after swords is the Ames M1860 Cavalry Officer’s saber, and it often missing from most advance collections. Even more rare, is an unmarked specimen sold to an independent retailer, and this is that one and only known example. Most likely, the sword blade was factory damaged and repaired prior to being sold to Schuyler, Hartley & Graham who then etched and sold it. The entire sword is Ames, from the pommel cap to the guard; the shark-skin grip and wire; the blade and the even more rare steel scabbard with wide brass mounts. 12 1/4 inches from the tip is a dove-tail factory repair. It most likely was buffed out and not visible when done, but is noticeable today. Also, if done at a later time, the blade would be short to the scabbard, it is not and is full length. The blade is Schuyler, Hartley & Graham retailer marked and etched. The scabbard is in great condition with a few minor dings, all mounts and screws, except for the drag. Currently, the only other known Ames cavalry officer’s saber I know for sale is listed at $15,000. This is available for a price far below that price. $4500.00

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    C378. CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S SWORD: This is an unidentified Confederate made officer’s sword, which is featured on page 248 of the book Collecting the Confederacy by Shannon Pritchard. The pommel cap has a heavy design; the grip is leather with no wire; the guard is sand cast with great flaws and file marks and is tight. The 30 1/4-inch straight blade appears to be unetched, but while taking photos I saw the ghost image of C S A etched on it. The top stitch scabbard is 100% complete with no breaks and retains all original brass mounts and screws. It fits perfect to the blade. $3700.00

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    F275. MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER – 1862, SLIM JIM HOLSTER: This is a civilian private purchased Model 1860 Colt Army revolver with an original period Slim Jim holster. It is a brown gun in untouched attic condition; a four-screw version with a notch in the grip for a shoulder stock; all original screws and matching serial number 29671 on all parts to include the wedge, which production in January 1862. The top of the barrel and the side of the frame are Colt marked, and the brass guard has the inspection letter S. Also, there are two stars scratch in the trigger guard and the letter “T” on the frame forward of the trigger. The holster is in outstanding condition and fits tight to the gun. This price includes shipping. $1800.00

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    F280.CONFEDERATE CLEANED,REPAIRED & REISSUED MUSKET: As is well documented, the Confederate military recovered weapons off battle fields and returned them to armories and arsenals to be cleaned, repaired and reissued.  Guns that went to Richmond have been identified with inspection marks, but there are many others recovered in other battle areas that exist; this is one of those guns.  It is very unique for several reasons: a Potts & Hunt London lock; a London barrel; an 1861 Springfield style hammer; an original cork and brass tampion; a Sinclair, Hamilton & Company Crown of SHG4 and an Oval JC marked stock; an original 27 3/4-inch ramrod; and an original nipple protector with chain.  On the stock is carved the Confederate Soldiers initials B R I and a Confederate battle flag on the opposite side. There are 9 Confederate soldiers with these initials; however, without more information it is unknown which carried this rifle. This is a very affordable Confederate rifle and will look great in any collection, especially one dedicated to Confederate cavalry. No additional cost for shipping. $1080.00

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    F250. REMINGTON 1858 NEW MODEL REVOLVER: This Remington 1858 New Model Revolver has been professionally refinished. It is complete with all original parts to include wood grips; a cartouche on the left grip; serial number 56886 on the barrel and the frame; good rifling; original nipples; and it properly functions. This Remington revolver looks great and is ready for action! $1600.00

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