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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. $29.00

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U636. SAUERBIER - M1850 MOUNTED FOOT OFFICERS SWORD: This is an American made Civil War sword produced by Sauerbier: Newark, New Jersey. It has all the Sauerbier distinct features to include: a unique pommel cap screw; an unstopped fuller with a smaller top fuller; a standard guard design with a US in the center; a chased-worked pommel cap; a leather grip with triple strand wire; fancy leather blade washer; large U. S. etched in block-style lettering, and the Sauerbier markings mark. The etched blade is a little dark with a salt & pepper patina which makes the etching pop!  The metal scabbard is dent free and has a distinct Sauerbier drag. it is hard to find a Sauerbier sword in this condition under $2000.00. $1800.00

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U693. SAUERBIER M1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD: This M1850 Foot Officers sword is a product of Sauerbier from New Jersey and is marked as such, and has the distinct features associated with Sauerbier: the screw attaching the guard to the pommel cap and the unstopped fuller and black leather grip. The guard is tight with no movement. The pommel cap has additional chase-work around the rim; the grip is 100% complete with original triple strand wire. The nicely etched blade with a large U S held tight with the original blade washer.  The scabbard has the flame designed top throat and simple mounts with a fancy a Sauerbier drag. It is dent free with nice patina. $1700.00

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U792.  PRESENTATION GRADE -  EAGLE QUILLON, SILVER HILT STAFF & FIELD SWORD: This is a presentation grade – eagle quillon silver hilt staff & field sword with its original medallion mount German silver scabbard.  The scabbard is extremely rare and not often seen. The lattice-work medallion mounts are very delicate and you can see the top one is incomplete. The hilt is tight and very ornate. You can see the brass coming through the German silver grip, which indicate the sword was carried. All original wire is complete; the blade is a little dark, but the etching is strong, and it is marked EISENHAUER, and the pommel cap is very ornate. The scabbard in dent free. $2700.00

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U793. NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICERS SWORD: This is a Non-Regulation Foot Officers sword with a rare fancy guard. This is one of my favorite swords from the Civil War.  It would have been carried by Lieutenants and Captains from all the Union States. It is the less common design of the Non-Regulatrion swords with the fancy guard void of the standard eagle. The hilt is tight with 100% original shark-skin grip and only a little of the original wire. The blade retains much original frosting and is nicely etched with the W. Clauberg Soligen marker mark.  The scabbard has nice patina and is dent free.  Overall, a great looking sword for the price! $1300.00

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U802. AMES - M1850 STAFF & FIELD SWORD, VARIANT: This Ames M1850 Staff & Field sword is a unique variant. Instead of the standard etched blade, this one has a M1833 Dragoon saber blade. The reason for this in unknow, but some speculate the blade may have originally belonged to the father of the officer who had this special-order sword built. The hilt is tight with original sharkskin grip and wire and the original blade washer hold the blade tight. The blade is an 1837 dated Ames Dragoon blade, modified to fit the scabbard. The arch of the scabbard was also adjusted for the blade and the throat piece reinforced with the addition of retention screws. This is a unique variant, of which may be the only known example. $1475.00

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U813. MODEL 1833 DRAGOON SABER, 1834 DATED: This is one of the most elusive examples of the Model 1833 Dragoon Saber besides those issued to Southern States. It is the 1834 dated saber with United States Dragoon etched on the blade. The original government contract called for 1000 sabers with scabbard to be delivered by November 1. 1834, which Ames completed. The sabers delivered in 1834, 1835 and 1836 were etched United States Dragoon, and those delivered in 1837 and 1839 were etching United Stated. This example is the enlisted version with the steel scabbard. The grip is missing the original dragoon wire and 50% original leather. The blade washer is original and the 34-inch blade is bright with the maker mark faint but readable: N.P. Ames Cutler Springfield 1834. The inspector mark is under the blade washer and the marking is hard to photograph but readable with magnification. The scabbard is the correct lighter version with the split rings and has proper marks on the drag with a nice brown patina. $2200.00

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U826. M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD:  This Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword is a great example of the iconic Civil War Officer’s sword carried by every lieutenant and captain in the infantry. The hilt is tight; has matching patina; 100% original black leather grip, but no wire. The 30 3/4-inch blade is marked IRON PROOF on the spin and etched with an American flag and a large US vertical to the blade, but no maker or retailer mark. The leather scabbard is near-mint condition with all mounts with even patina that match the hilt. This is a great price, especially considering the condition of the scabbard. $695.00

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U834. RARE - HORSTMANN & SONS MODEL 1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD, MINT: This is a Horstmann & Sons Model 1832 Foot Artillery sword complete with th original scabbard and frog. It is in mint condition! The hilt has a nice mellow patina, and the blade is mint with the Gerbruder Weyersberg King Head stamp. The mint scabbard is complete with both mounts, and the frog is perfect with the original retention strap. I have never seen a finer example! Shipping included. $1700.00

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U843. C.R. KIRSHBAUM NON-REGULATION BRITISH PATTERN 1822/1845 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD- SILVER PLATED: C. R. Kirshbaum, Solingen produced this uniquely designed Non-Regulation British Patter 1822/1845 sword. It is one of the rarer Non-Regulation designs with the eagle US center disk. This sword is even more rare because the hilt is silver plated, as well as the mounts on the German Silver scabbard, and has a folding reverse counter guard. The silver has not been cleaned and has a dark almost black patina. The blade is bright with some spotting and is unetched, but has the C. R. Kirshbaum, Solingen mark to include the Knights head. The German silver scabbard is complete with all original silver-plated mounts. The shark skin grip is 100% original to include wire, which is loose. $1300.00

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AMES M1832 FOOT ARTILLERY SWORD/SCABBARD/WHITE BUFF LEATHER BELT & BUCKLE, 1842 DATED

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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. $3500.00

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U890. TIFFANY (UNMARKED) MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICERS’ SABER: This is an unmarked Tiffany Model 1860 Cavalry Officers’ saber, which combines the featured of their #1, #3 and #4 sabers designs. The 1860 type hilt is presentation grade with deep casting and chased design with a raised relief eagle on the quillon. The grip is 100% original sharkskin with double strand wire. It is held tight to the blade with the original blade washer. The blade is Collins & Co. marked, and etched with a large US and eagle. The steel scabbard has ornate brass mounts deeply cast and chased, and an equally ornate matching drag. John H. Thillmann’s book “Civil War Cavalry & Artillery Sabers, pages 428-433 shows the features for this saber. $2400.00

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U894. AMES M1850 STAFF & FIELD SWORD: This Ames Model 1850 Staff & Field sword is unique because the blade is void ofetching and the scabbard has a modification of a retention spring and top mount screw. This modification is well done and most likely done at an armory. The lack of etching is the result of one of two possible scenarios: the etching was rubbed off while cleaning by the original officers, or the sword was Confederate captured and the etching was removed at the same time the scabbard was modified. The sword shows wear from being carried, and the hilt is tight with original grip and twisted wire, but no blade washer. The unetched blade has period nicks and sharpening, and is tight. The Ames marked scabbard is complete with all mounts, but is missing the drag screw, and the top mount has been modified as mentioned. Ames Staff & Field sword are often prices inthe $2000 plus range, and scabbard alone often sell for $1000.00.  So, this is a great price!  $1400.00

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U905. SAUERBIER CAVALRY OFFICER’ SABER, TYPE-2: Sauerbier cavalry officer’s sabers are seldom encountered and always have very distinct features. This type-2 hilt has an unembellished conventional sized 1860 type enlisted guard; turned down pommel cap; recessed spinner nut; black leather grip with twisted wire; a scalloped black leather pad, which holds the34 1/2-inch blade tight. The unmarked Sauerbier 1860 style blade is very unique being just underan inch wide and fully etching with US, the American shield, and etched on the top of the spine. It shows period sharpening and several small dings, and fits tight to the scabbard. The scabbard is a mid-grade type-1 style with a brown steel body; trumpet type throat piece; 4-inch wide cast foliate mounts and a wide thick drag. The hilt and mounts have traced of original gold wash with an underlying brown patina. This is an unusual and rare variant of a Sauerbier Cavalry Officer’s saber! $2800.00

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U911. CLAUBERG - NON-REGULATION OFFICER'S SWORD & SCABBARD WITH AN EXCEPTIONAL GOLD ETCHED BLADE: This Non-Regulation officer’s sword is patterned after the 1822 & 1845 British officer's swords, and was made by Clauberg of Solingen, Prussia. This style sword was very popular among officers. The slightly curved blade is approximately 32 1/2 inches long with gold etching about half the length; stands of arms; "U.S."; eagle and shield; and a representation of Artemis and Justice just above the mark "W/CLAUBERG/knight/SOLINGEN" with inset "PROVED/+". The spine features a gilt leafy vine and "IRON PROOF". The iron openwork guard features floral scroll and the pommel is of the Phrygian helmet style. The grip is wire-wrapped black shark skin and 100% original. The iron scabbard is complete with two hanging rings and a drag. The sword is in exceptional condition with untouched patina. Swords in this condition are rare. $3900.00

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HIGH-GRADE PRESENTATIONSABER – PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER IN THE 68th REGIMENT, SCOTT LEGION P.V.

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U931. MODEL 1850 OFFICERS SWORD – PRESENTATION GRADE:  This is a presentation-grade Model 1850 Foot Officers Sword retailed by Virgil Price, NY. Price was a well-known retailer of high-end military & Masonic goods in New York and as a fabricator, he acquired parts for a variety of sword makers to assemble top quality high-grade swords. This sword is a unique example because it was made with parts from three of the top sword makers during the Civil War: Clauberg, Emerson & Silver, and Sauerbier. The German Silver grip was made by Emerson & Silver, N.J.; the guard and pommel cap were made by Sauerbier also from New Jersey; and the blade and most likely the scabbard are from W. Clauberg, Solingen. The overall length is 35 3/4" with a blade length of 29 1/4". It is etched over 2/3 of the blade’s length with various military & foliate motifs highlighted in gold, which is faded with age a wear. The ricasso is stamped W. Clauberg (standing knight) Solingen on one side and etched Virgil Price New York on the other. The hilt and pommel cap retain much of the original gold wash and the German Silver grip is very ornate with fancy chase work; and retains 100% original German Silver-plated wire. The scabbard has 100% original brown enamel finish with extremely ornate gilded brass mounts. This sword was previously belonged to the renowned collector and author Kevin Hoffman. Thought the blade is not mint, the overall condition is excellent with a pristine hilt and scabbard.  $4500.00

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U932.  M1852 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD: This M1852 Naval Officer’s sword has a broken blade, but is still very attractive. The hilt retains 100% original gold wash with a white shark-skin grip and original twisted wire. The blade, though unmarked, has the fuller design unique to Sauerbier or New Jersey and as such, this is an American made sword. The blade has strong etching with much original frosting under light salt & pepper staining. The blade has a clean break and both parts perfectly fit together. You could do a lot with this sword: repair the blade or re-hilt on a nicer blade, or leave it as is. $475.00

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U934. SAUERBIER,  NON - REGULATION STAFF OFFICER'S SWORD: Sauerbier retailed this sword with a variety of different scabbards, both leather and steel, and though it is unmarked, the scabbard mount designs are unique to Sauerbier.  This sword is totally untouched with a deep reddish-brown patina on the guard, pommel cap, and scabbard. The hilt has the large center medallion with an eagle on top a shield and surrounded by eight flags, and the grip retains 100% original triple-strand wire, and black leather, which shows some wear. The blade etching is very faint and the shadow of the eagle and US are visible. The scabbard is a killer! It has all original mounts and screws and great eye appeal. If you like a sword in great untouched attic condition, this is it! $1500.00

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AMES M1850 FOOT OFFICER SWORD – 1861 DATED &INSPECTED

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U938. HIGH-GRADE PRESENTATION EMERSON & SILVER STAFF & FIELD OFFICERS SWORD – 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY REGIMENT: This is a high-grade, silver hilt, Emerson & Silver presentation sword, presented to Lieutenant Edward L. Shepard of the 12th New Hampshire infantry regiment. The saber is in near mint condition with a German-Silver hilt; 100% original wire; original blade washer; a frosty blade; and a brown scabbard with fancy high-grade mounts.  Shepard must have been a highly respected lieutenant to received such a high-grade staff & field presentation sword. Between the middle mounts the presentation reads.

Presented to

Lieut. E. L. Shepard

by the Members of Co. E 12 th H.N. Vols

Point Lookout, Md

1864

Edward L. Shepard enlisted as a Corporal and was meritoriously promoted to Sergeant for heroism on the field of battle at Gettysburg when he and another soldiers picked up the regimental flags and lead the unit forward while under fire. He would again carry the flag into battle and later promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, and would promote to 1st lieutenant and remain with the unit until the end of the war.  Please read the historical file for details, which will be included as well as a complete copy of the officer's muster sheets and pension file. Presentation swords of this quality are not often seen, especially for a Lieutenant who fought in so many major battles. $8500.00

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U941.  AMES M1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD: This Ames Musician’s sword is complete with a metal scabbard made by Emerson & Silver, which has a higher quality frog pin attachment. The hilt is tight with a “J.F” inspection mark on the single branch, and the bright blade marked Ames and inspection marked “US/ L.H.K / 1864.” The sword fits tight to the scabbard. Normally, Ames musician’s sword have a leather scabbard, but this one is metal. It has no inspection marks on the drag, which mean it was originally sold as a period replacement scabbard. It is dent free and complete with the top mount and drag with all the screws. I have seen similar swords listed for $550-$650, but I believe those prices are way too high for this style sword. Shipping is included. $450.00

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U943. HIGH-GRADE - PRESENTATION QUALITY – STAFF & FIELD OFFICERS SWORD: This is a High-Grade – Presentation Quality Staff & Field Officers sword. The hilt retains 95% original gold-wash; 100% shark-skin grip and triple-strand wire; is extremely ornate, and has a reverse counter-guard that fold down. The blade is gold washed with a large battle scene in the outside center panel, and a beautifully etched “US” on the inside center panel. The steel scabbard has a grayish patina with ornate mounts. Simply a beautiful sword!  $5400.00

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U944. AMES M1841 NAVAL CUTLASS: This Ames M1840 Naval Cutlass in an example of a factor error when stamping to the date. The inspecting stamp is very deep and reads U.S.N / 184 /N.W.P, but is missing the last numeral. Errors like this seldom happen and may have occurred while filling a Mexican War period order. The hilt is marked with the rack number 65 & ID, and the number 2, and the quillon is inspecting marked “JCB” & W.A.T. The blade is Ames maker mark: N. P. Ames SPRINGFIELD. The 20 3/4-inch blade is free of nicks and has a sharp point with no pitting or rust. $1300.00  

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