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  • Etched blade Boyle & Gamble foot officer sword
    Etched blade Boyle & Gamble foot officer sword

    The etched blade has a single, unstopped, fuller with foliate, sun and rays, crossed Confederate first national flags, and foliate. The reverse has tobacco leaves, C.S.A., stand of arms and foliate. The guard is a sand casting with some of the openwork areas in the guard are closed due to a relatively poor quality mold. The grip is leather wit Read More »
    Added: 02/06/17   Price: $8,750

  • Floating US cavalry saber by P.D.L.
    Floating US cavalry saber by P.D.L.

    This pattern is about the only one found less often with a US and more often with a CS. It has open branches with slight branch decoration both inside and outside. It has a "floating" US stretched between the branches. The quillon is decorated and has a leaf design at the base of the pommel. The grip is sharkskin and wrapped with twisted copper wire. The blade is Read More »
    Added: 02/06/17   Price: $2,750

  • CSA reunion sword- Ga state seal
    CSA reunion sword- Ga state seal

    CSA reunion sword- Ga state seal. Post war UCV sword. Pierced basket style with castle pommel. Ga state seal on back of basket. Hilt retains a generous amount of original gilt. Blade is straight and unetched. Scabbard has brass rings and drag and the scabbard body is nickle plated which is typical of the period. Overall an intersting sword obviously carri Read More »
    Added: 02/06/17   Price: $2,250

  • Enlisted Kepi  - C 7 on front
    Enlisted Kepi - C 7 on front

    Enlisted Kepi - C 7 on front. Possible early war militia unit. Gray cloth kepi of good quality. Minimal moth nips. Interior and sweat band are in good condition. Only real issue is bill is hanging literally by threads. Displays well and this is not noticable. Great kepi that shows use but no abuse. Read More »
    Added: 02/06/17   Price: $1,850

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Featured Sword Maker - Ames Mfg Co.

The N.P. Ames Company opened its doors in 1791 at their factory at Chelmsford, Massachusetts. In 1832 Nathan P. Ames signed his first contract with the United States government for Foot Artillery swords. Thus began the tradition that exists to this day at America's oldest sword manufacturer.
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Swords for Sale made by Ames Mfg Co.

M 1840 Artillery Officer Saber
M 1840 Artillery Officer Saber
M 1840 Cavalry Saber - Ames 1846
M 1840 Cavalry Saber - Ames 1846
M 1840 Engineer officer Sword
M 1840 Engineer officer Sword