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A cavalryman's sabre made at the Kenansville Confederate Armoury in North Carolina. See Albaugh page 27, fig 20. As this outstanding student of Confederate edged weapons says: "It takes no student of arms to classify the pictured sabre as Confederate. The heavy rounded branches,crude pommel cap, unstopped single fuller and brass mounted scabbard fairly cry out "Dixie" ". All these sabres are marked on the brass throat of the scabbard and on the obverse edge of the back portion of the counterguard with Roman numerals. In this case XXV11. Price - £3,000
Cavalry Sabres & Other Swords
A presentation infantry officer's sword as a memento of friendship from Major Goldsworthy to Robert Lane dated 1835 by Prosser. The blade is engraved and pipe backed and the hilt is gilt brass including the insignia of William 1V. The whole in very good condition. Price - £1,300
A British cavalry officer's engraved mameluke sabre by Hawkes, Moseley & Co.,Manufacturers to the Queen who operated from 14 Piccadilly between 1821and 1852. Together with the style of engraving on the blade and the dip in the scabbard throat this suggests that the sword was made sometime between 1837 and 1845. Price £2,750
13th/18th Hussars Officer's Mameluke Sword. A good example of the regimental pattern. Curved scimitar blade with etched decoration depicting a crowned GvR cypher and to the reverse a regimental device. The hilt with cross guard embossed with floral decoration and mounted to the centre with silvered regimental device bearing the motto "Pro Patria Conamur". Two piece ivorine grip with two gilt floral pateri and edged with floral gilt decoration. Original steel scabbard with heavy gilt floral mounts and two loose rings. Price - £4,100
A pair of mid nineteenth century practice foils One blade marked Solingen. Price - £195
An elegant French officer's walking out sword made by Coulaux at Klingenthal about 1790 Price £600.
A 1796 pattern infantry officer's sword. The locket marked Prosser Charing Cross London. The blade finely decorated with blued and guilded engraving. Price: £1,900
A Union naval officer’s sword by Horstmann of Philadelphia. Fine engraving to blade. C. 1860   Price: £1600
Officer’s/gent’s dress sword with blue and guilded blade by Moore late Bicknell & Moore, Old Bond Street, London. Circa 1790. Good condition.   Price £900