Category Archives: Swords

American Revolutionary War Sword

This is a nice original saber with it’s original leather scabbard ( separated at the seam ). It came with authentication papers from a Canadian Antique dealer. According to him, it was purchased from a family in New York, near … Continue reading

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American Revolutionary War sword and plug bayonet – L’Hommedieu Family

This sword and plug bayonet were found in a buckskin covered wooden trunk, in 1957, in an attic by the grandmother of Alfred H. Seibel, Jr., of North Merrick, N.Y. The grandmother told Alfred that the trunk had been passed … Continue reading

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18th Century plug bayonet

This dagger or plug bayonet has a ten inch spear pointed blade, with a brass hilt, spiral-shaped green horn handle and a brass pommel.    

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American Revolutionary War Naval Officer’s Silver-Hilted Sword

This beautiful ca.1770 cuttoe is of American or English manufacture. The beautiful gadrooned shaped hand grip is of turned ivory, dyed green in the fashion of that period. Montmorency blade is 26″ long. Furniture of the hilt is silver, decorated … Continue reading

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