Edged Weapons
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EW1046.    Mfg by Robert Mole and Son at 171 Broad St. Birmingham, England these are considered a Confederate used sword, this example is in very good condition, the 35.5" long blade retains  it's original finish with slight peppering, it has a few tiny nicks more felt than seen, it is stamped MOLE on the spine, it fits tight to the steel three branch guard with no wiggle, the slab leather grips show good wear and the left side has slight damage at the pommel cap, it is stamped B A / 9 on the underside of the guard, the scabbard is also in great shape with no dents or damage, it has a medium brown patina with some original finish peeking through, it is also stamped B A / 9 at the throat, overall this is a great example of a Confederate used sword at an affordable price

EW1042.    Springfield Model 1855 bayonet in great shape, it retains it's original bright finish, has a strong U S marking, this will look great on an upper grade rifle or displays well on its on, fits Models 1855, 1861, and 1863 Springfield rifles

EW1039.    Ames Model 1840 artillery saber in good condition, the blade is full length and retains it's original bright finish,  it is free of nicks, the Ames markings on the ricasso have worn away, the obverse is stamped U.S. / C.E.W. / 1864, the hilt has a mellow brass patina, the grip has the original leather wrap and wire braid, the leather shows wear and the wire is a little loose, the scabbard has a dark brown patina and slight surface pitting from storage, overall a nice saber in it's original configuration

EW1037.    extremely scarce Horstmann and Bros. Model 1840 Type I officer's artillery saber in very good, semi-relic condition,  it is probably the victem of poor storage, the blade is full length at 31.5" long, it is nicely etched on both sides and would show up better with a little TLC, it has scattered, light surface pitting, the ricasso is marked  HORSTMANN / BROS & CO / NEW YORK and the obverse has a K & C marking, the blade fits tightly into the brass hilt with no wiggle,  the embellished hilt has a mellow brass patina, with the New York address this would have been made in 1850 or 1851, I love it as is, or it would be a great one to restore

EW1034.    Model 1861 Naval cutlass in semi-relic condition, the blade is full length, it has a couple of small nicks and pinprick pitting, it may have been in a GAR hall at some time as it appears to have remnants od silver paint, the sheet brass guard has been largely torn away with a portion remaining near the blade, will look great in a relic weapon collection

EW1030. Model 1850 foot officer sword in great shape, the blade is 32" long and free of nicks or damage, it retains it's original finish that has dulled to a light grey, it is etched on each side, visible but faint, the blade fits tightly into the hilt with only a slight wiggle to the guard, the grip has the original ray skin wrap in great shape, it has also retains the original wire braid wrap, the brass guard has good detail, the leg side of the guard is slightly bent down most lightly intentionally done, the scabbard is also in good condition with just a couple of small dents, metal with brass furniture, displays well

EW1027. Austrian Lorenz bayonet in very good condition, easily recognized by it's cruxiform blade, the metal is free of pitting and has a medium brown patina, in about perfect condition except for missing the screw in the mounting ring, displays well on its on or will look great with your Austrian Lorenz rifle

EW1005. 1850 officer's sword in very good condition, the blade is full length at 31.5" long, it retains most of the bright finish but has begun to darken, it has good floral and shield engraving on each side, free of nicks or damage, the ricasso has a flower and the obverse has a panel for the seller's name or a presentation engraving, the brass hilt is also in great shape with good detail, has the original eel skin wrap and wire braid, the scabbard is MIA, displays well