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Rare Marked Mounted Cavalry Officer's Saber. This
example has one of the rarest marks, that of James P. Fitch of New
York. That company was in the sword selling business under that name
in 1862 only, before becoming Fitch & Waldo (also a rare mark) in
1863. The Sword and original
scabbard are in excellent condition, with two minor scabbard dents near
the drag as the only detractions.
Mounted Cavalry Officer's Saber. Import with unusual
light-weight scabbard and rayskin grips. Has an Indian and
eagles etched on the blade. In excellent condition except for dents
in scabbard as shown.
Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer's Sword. Horstmann marked
with metal scabbard for a mounted officer. Sword is in very good,
un-cleaned condition. Clauberg blade is still deeply etched. A
very handsome example of a popular blade.
Light Cavalry Saber, ID'd. 1865 dated Ames issued to Martin
Gunsalus of the 22nd New York Cavalry. From his descendant's family
now living in Santa Barbara, California.
Light Cavalry Saber. 1865 dated Roby. Blade has good,
clear markings and some normal discoloration. The scabbard is in its
original dark finish and excellent save some dents between the
rings. Wire and grip are exceptional.
Light Cavalry Saber. 1864 dated Emerson and Silver.
Blade is very good to excellent with clear markings. The scabbard is
in its original dark finish and is missing the throat. Wire and
leather grip are very good to excellent.
Civil War and earlier bayonets
British Bayonets for smoothbore muskets. Monstrous early
19th century examples. Inquire for
dimensional particulars. Priced each.
Mississippi Rifle Bayonet. This imposing bayonet is for the Colt
Serial number 3131. In very good condition with rough original scabbard
(has weak spot in leather but is not broken).