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  • Non-Reg, French impt. Cavalry Off, Brass scabbard
    Non-Reg, French impt. Cavalry Off, Brass scabbard

    A really attractive non reg cavalry officer saber a Klingenthal import. A panoply of arms and a Federal Eagle decorate the half basket guard, with a fancy pommel and scroll quillon. The grip is sharkskin with twisted brass wire. The 35 inch Cavalry length blade is proofed with an oval with a Crown above B and an inverted shield with S over inv Read More »
    Added: 09/26/18   Price: $2,650

  • M 1860 Staff Officer Sword
    M 1860 Staff Officer Sword

    M 1860 Staff Officer Sword. Higher grade than normally seen. This would appear to be late war based on construction. Brass guard has a nice reddich brown patina. Rear counter guard button is present but does not fully lock in the up position. Counter guard is also stamped EL with stars. Sharkskin grip and wire are in good condition. Blade obverse and reverse Read More »
    Added: 06/11/18   Price: $1,650

  • CSA Naval/Marine Cutlass - only known example.
    CSA Naval/Marine Cutlass - only known example.

    CSA Naval/Marine Cutlass - only one know of this style. This extremely rare southern cutlass was made to appear as a southern Officer Sword. The guard is cast brass and in the style of a M1841 Naval Cutlass. There is an oval, almost round hole where the guard joins the pommel very much like the Thomas, Griswold cutlass. This seems to be for a Read More »
    Added: 04/11/18   Price: $5,750

  • Bailey, Banks and Biddle USMC Mameluke, 1 known
    Bailey, Banks and Biddle USMC Mameluke, 1 known

    Bailey (Bailey, Banks and Biddle) Philadelphia was not known to produce Marine Officer Swords. This is the first example known of a Mameluke by Bailey. Most contracts and orders went to Horstmann and some to Bush and a very few to Ames. These 1872 Model swords have ivory grips with circular fasteners with raised stars. The blade is 7/8 th of Read More »
    Added: 12/10/17   Price: $1,100

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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