Fabulous American Cavalry Officers Deluxe Eaglehead
Fabulous American Cavalry Officers Deluxe Eaglehead
This cavalry officer’s saber uses an eagle head pommel and white bone grip that look 1830 or so, along with a elaborated version of the three-branch guard that came into popularity with the introduction of the 1833 dragoon and 1839 topographical engineer sabers, and a flat-backed, curved, single-edged saber blade with single broad fuller that looks toward the 1840 patterns.

The broad eagle’s head has an open mouth with deeply curved beak, with feathers extending part way down the faceted backstrap. The white bone grip is carved with a shell/fan, crosshatching, and half-chevron bands. There is a ferrule next to the guard and one under the pommel decorated as a leafy collar for the eagle head.
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One of the Finest Confederate Kenansville Staff Officers Swords Extant
One of the Finest Confederate Kenansville Staff Officers Swords Extant
One of the Finest Confederate Kenansville Staff Officers Swords Extant. This sword is about as nice as you will find of this pattern. Matching roman numeral 'VII' appears on hilt and scabbard throat. Classic design features the letters 'CSA' forming the guard.

Generous amount of original red/brown lacquer remains on lap seamed scabbard.

Hilt is a pleasing deep mustard patina with one of the finest grips we've seen in a while.


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One of the Finest Confederate Kenansville Staff Officers Swords Extant

Our Price: on hold One of the Finest Confederate Kenansville Staff Officers Swords Extant. This sword is about as nice as you will find of this pattern. Matching roman numeral 'VII' appears on hilt and scabbard throat. Classic design features the letters 'CSA' forming the guard. Generous amount of…

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Full time dealer in authentic Civil War antiques and relics. Rick Burton is a full time dealer in authentic Civil War antiques and relics. He has combined a love of history and metal detecting, resulting in a passion for recovering and preserving artifacts from the conflict. Years of seeing and dealing in dug artifacts has helped him develop a keen eye for the metalurgy and appearance of authentic items of the period.

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