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THOMAS, GRISWOLD FOOT OFFICERS SWORD IN BRASS SCABBARD. 29" partially stopped fullered blade marked "TG & Co, N.O.". This is an excellent example of a... [this item is NOT for sale]
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THOMAS, GRISWOLD FOOT OFFICERS SWORD IN BRASS
SCABBARD. 29" partially stopped fullered blade marked "TG & Co, N.O.". This is an excellent example of a Thomas Griswold foot officer’s sword with a rare variation of a ... [more like this]
UNIQUE CONFEDERATE SILVER HILTED FOOT OFFICER’S
SWORD-POSSIBLY BY DUFILHO-NEW ORLEANS. A unique and unusual high quality Confed. sword that, in my opinion, emulates the work of New Orleans cutler and sword-maker Alexandre ... [more like this]
CIVIL WAR TIFFANY & COMPANY PRESENTATION
FOOT OFFICERS SWORD AND SCABBARD-NEW YORK. A very nice Civil War U.S. Model 1850 foot officer’s sword, presented to the well fought New York officer Captain Dennis Flynn, ... [more like this]
MODEL 1840 FOOT INFANTRY OFFICERS SWORD AND
SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR, BOTH INSCRIBED TO C.W. LINDSAY. This lot includes 1840 Foot Infantry Officer’s sword, probably by Horstmann of Philadelphia, though unmarked. 32" ... [more like this]
CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION U.S. MODEL 1850 FOOT
OFFICERS SWORD, CAPTAIN WILLIAM BUCK 39TH REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. A good upper quality unmarked regulation U.S. Model 1850 foot officer’s sword presented to Captain ... [more like this]
HISTORIC PRE-CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION MODEL
1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD BY AMES TO BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANCIS FESSENDEN OF MAINE. An incredibly important pre-Civil War sword to a very famous Civil War general from Maine ... [more like this]
Trunk and Civil War Items Identified to Captain
John W. Trafton, Company E, 27th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: John W. Trafton, Company E, 27th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, c. 1861-65, a leather-covered wooden ... [more like this]
CONFEDERATE FOOT OFFICERS SWORD. 30" unstopped
fullered blade. This is the rarely encountered Louis Froleich made foot officer’s sword with "CSA" in a ribbon on bottom of guard. Grip is leather covered with sgl brass ... [more like this]
LEECH & RIGDON TYPE FOOT OFFICERS SWORD W/
SCABBARD. The guard, pommel and grip are similar to that illustrated in Albaugh’s "Photographic Supplement…" Fig 22-C. The top left surface of the guard features a cast ... [more like this]
Civil War Memorial and Model 1850 Foot Officer's
Sword, c. mid to late-19th century, a wood-framed Civil War memorial to John. G. Herrold, listing his service record during the war, and his Model 1850 foot officers sword, ... [more like this]
CIVIL WAR AMES FOOT OFFICER SWORD. 30-1/2”
etched blade marked Ames Mfg. Co., Chicopee, Mass. Brass mounted leather scabbard where top mount is also marked Ames Mfg. Co., Chicopee, Mass. This standard model 1850 officer’s ... [more like this]
1862 MODEL 1850 COLLINS FOOT OFFICERS SWORD:
Presentation quality Model 1850 foot officers sword manufactured by Collins & Co., Hartford and dated 1862, no inspector marks. Retailed by G.W. Simons Brothers, Philadelphia. ... [more like this]
LEECH & RIGDON CONFEDERATE FOOT OFFICERS
SWORD W/ SCABBARD. Nice officer’s sword. The guard, pommel and grip closely conform to that illustrated in Albaugh’s "Photographic Supplement…" Fig 22-C. The top left ... [more like this]
AMES MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD. 30-1/2"
etched blade, marked "AMES MFG CO CHICOPEE, MASS". Sharkskin grip with twisted brass wire. Metal scabbard with brass mounts. Top mount is stamped "AMES MFG CO CHICOPEE, MASS". ... [more like this]
CONFEDERATE FOOT OFFICERS SWORD. 31-1/2"
unstopped fullered blade etched with "C.S." on each side. No maker marks are on this sword. Sword could be a product of Leech & Rigdon, of Memphis, Tennessee or Columbus, ... [more like this]
An interesting Massachusetts Civil War grouping
of Captain James C. White, 44th Volunteer Militia and the 2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
Comprising: 1) Captain White's Model 1850 foot officer sword with slightly curved ... [more like this]
MODEL 1850 US FOOT OFFICER SWORD. 30-1/2"
unstopped fullered blade, typical of manufacture of Henry Sauerbier of Newark, New Jersey. Blade is lightly etched with various patriotic motifs. Floral hilt with decorated ... [more like this]
INSCRIBED FOOT OFFICERS SWORD. European import
foot sword in plain brass scabbard. Scabbard is inscribed between two ring mounts "PRESENTED TO CAPT. JAMES CANTY, PALMETTO REGT. 1843". CONDITION: Grip retains about all ... [more like this]
CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION FOOT OFFICERS SWORD.
29-1/2" blade marked "AMES MFG CO CHICOPEE, MASS" is etched with various military motifs. Sharkskin grip with typical Model 1850 florally decorated pommel and hilt. Top stitched ... [more like this]
1850 FOOT OFFICERS SWORD WITH HISTORY. 30-3/4"
dbl fuller blade marked "HORSTMANN / & SONS" on the left ricasso and "PHILADELPHIA" on the right. Accompanied by a period belt and buckle with tags identifying this to Second ... [more like this]
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