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Hudson River Valley find. “Barlow” type, so called for its reinforced hinge bolster. Antler side scales, most of one remaining. 3 1/4” clipped point blade shows distinct wrought iron patterning. As well, it is uncompromised from sharpening indicating that... (read more)
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Demonstrating the urgency of the need for any weapons at all, as the prospect of war jelled into reality. 8 1/2” length, with open seam conical socket pierced for a securing stud and leaf shaped point. Made of bar stock with low medial and formed with the... (read more)
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$1,250.00
Figure eight hilt with rolled quillon. Oval wood grip. The grip and hilt painted or pitch coated with brush marks evident. 29 3/8” narrow fullered wedge section blade with false edge struck with a makers mark at the forte. No other marks indicating its pr... (read more)
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Peterson #154. Brass hilt with screw off pommel with the school seal in relief on the quillon block. 29 3/4” straight d.e. blade with MA (military Academy) logo to one side and vacant area flanked by flourishes for the officer’s name opposite. The forte m... (read more)
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Peterson #10. One piece brass hilt shows uniform dark aging only. 32 1/4” blade marked at the forte, Collins & Co. Hartford Conn. 1862. Collins is noted for making fine quality officer’s swords and produced just 648 examples of this pattern. This one is f... (read more)
$495.00
Standard pattern (Peterson #10) by Ames & Co. Chicopee Mass and so marked on the forte. Reverse marked US 1864. One piece brass hilt shows good uniform age toning and no damage. 32 1/4” broad fullered blade crisp with smooth mottled gray patina.... (read more)
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$3,200.00
Probably provincial English, possibly American. Double shell guard decorated in and out with classical figures and arms splays. Outside marked with D B maker's mark and indecipherable mark opposite. The presence of two marks only (clearly not French)... (read more)
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$165.00
6 1/2" length. Weighted tear head with black leather covering. Braided concealed spring shank with expanded spherical terminal. Wrist thong on a sliding yoke. Glossy patina with the tip worn through from use, revealing the lead core.... (read more)
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7 1/4" length. Weighted tear shaped head encased in black leather. Braided shank with concealed stiff spring and brass button tip. Wrist thong on a sliding yoke. Undamaged but surface work from use.... (read more)
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Classic as made and used from about 1880 through the Roaring Twenties. 8 1/4" length, plus the wrist strap. Elongated lead head encased in stitched leather over braided shaft concealing a stiff spring for enhanced impact. Braided butt attaching the wrist ... (read more)
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19th century. 37" height with brass shod tapered wood shaft in brown lacquer. Brass ferrule at the joint and cherry wood grip with the base retaining the natural bark and the bulbous grip shaped for the hand. 29" stiff square section thrusting blade taper... (read more)
$775.00
Light weight iron. Worn by naval officers to protect against splinter wounds and some horsemen, for which it would afford protection from a sword blow. Not intended to be shot proof, its light weight distinguishes it from the cuirassier's breastplates wor... (read more)
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Plain utility example, 11" length, of particularly large girth. Domed wood base with iron strap stud. Tapered stepped spout. Dark patina throughout. The body with original tool marks likely indicating its hasty production just before or during the Revolut... (read more)
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Natural cow horn shaped to oval base and circular shoulder with joint tapered, threaded spout. Screw off horn cap which served as a powder measure as well. Simple line decoration. See Neumann p.153, #23 lower right. 63/4" height. Good character with a lit... (read more)
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5 1/2" length. Horn body with domed oval wood base and turned wood spout, both secured with brass pins. Nicely crafted with pitch sealed joints. Excellent with wonderful age character. See Neumann p.152 #20 for a similar example.... (read more)
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The US Postal Service experienced its greatest growth during the Civil War. Soldiers were required or encouraged to write home to keep up moral in a divided nation. This is one of a few assorted patriot envelopes that we have. A variety of themes from pat... (read more)
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The US Postal Service experienced its greatest growth during the Civil War. Soldiers were required or encouraged to write home to keep up moral in a divided nation. This is one of a few assorted patriot envelopes that we have. A variety of themes from pat... (read more)
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The US Postal Service experienced its greatest growth during the Civil War. Soldiers were required or encouraged to write home to keep up moral in a divided nation. This is one of a few assorted patriot envelopes that we have. A variety of themes from pat... (read more)
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The US Postal Service experienced its greatest growth during the Civil War. Soldiers were required or encouraged to write home to keep up moral in a divided nation. This is one of a few assorted patriot envelopes that we have. A variety of themes from pat... (read more)
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The US Postal Service experienced its greatest growth during the Civil War. Soldiers were required or encouraged to write home to keep up moral in a divided nation. This is one of a few assorted patriot envelopes that we have. A variety of themes from pat... (read more)
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Blacksmith made with 17 1/2" spear shaped d.e. blade, patterned after US and Southern gladius swords, but of fine fighting weight. Iron cross guard with short spatulate terminals.. One piece carved wood grip with "pistol grip" terminal and brass base ferr... (read more)
$285.00
Blacksmith made example of Bowie form with lighter blade as favored for trade and skinning knives. 11 3/4" length with 7 1/2" broad clipped point blade. One piece wood grip cut 3/4 its length to receive the iron rivet secured tang. Blade gray with light a... (read more)
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$225.00
Revolutionary War period from a Hudson River Valley encampment. Forged iron, 8 1/4" total length with 4 7/8" wedge section blade, tapered through its length. Integral iron bolster and forged tang with three pin holes for slab (wood, bone or antler) grips.... (read more)
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$85.00
Hudson River encampment find. 6 1/4" length. Wedge section blade and broad tang for horn or wood grips, no longer with it but one retaining rivet present. Excavated, with stabilized oxidation. Used to trim the patch flush with the muzzle before ramming th... (read more)
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Pair, bone, 1/2" on a side. Hand made and cut true but for the 4, 5, 6 corner of one die which is subtly but unmistakably rounded. Good patina.... (read more)
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$1,350.00
Made by Starr. See Peterson #8 for an identical example. Completely unmarked as made and always encountered. Iron hilt with D form guard and integral back strap and pommel. Black leather covered grip with slightly congealed covering complete. 30" narrow f... (read more)
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Victorian period. Gilt bronze hilt with medial ridged, swallow tail terminal cross guard. Rectangular quillon block with high relied Maltese cross each side. Spherical pommel with flared foot. Black leather covered grip. 31" straight d.e. blade decorated... (read more)
$395.00
The uniformed branch of the Odd Fellows and the highest degree of rank within the organization. The PM?serves in annual honor ceremonies including at the grave of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery. Gilt statuary hilt of presentation sword... (read more)
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7 7/8" curved blade with thumb notch to the back, unmarked and showing smooth gray patina. One piece wood grip secured with two iron rivets. Knives such as this were produced in New England in small cottage industries and purchased for the hide/fur trades... (read more)
$79.00
5 7/8" clipped point blade shows frosty oxidation and the effects of sharpening. Flat side one piece walnut grip with brass securing stud (one lacking one side). Grip worn from use.... (read more)
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