We Have Just Picked Up Some Great Civil War Confederate Buttons! Check Them Out Under the Button Section!
Our Catalog

Search Our Catalog

image
Swords Used by the Officers
Edged Weapons
Cool Relic Condition Brass Guard U.S. Staff & Field Officer Sword
Item #: A627
click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view click to view
Click on an image to enlarge

What a cool relic condition Civil War officer sword. This is one of my favorite patterns of Civil War staff & field officer’s swords. This is the style that was made in Germany and imported for retail sale to well-to-do Union officers. This one has a full-length blade with a dark pitted tone all over. When you look closely you can see the faint remnants of the etching. This pattern would have been made in Germany and imported to be sold by the quality retailers of the day. At the base of the blade it has the Solingen maker's marking of the firm of Walscheid. At the base of the blade it even has the original red washer intact from the factory. These non-regulation staff officer swords stand out from the rest because of the hand guard. It has the U.S. lettering along with the eagle design in the guard. Usually these hand guards are made of iron or occasionally brass. This one is made out of brass. As you can see it has a gorgeous look to the metal. This one still has the original handle intact and as you can see it has a nice well worn look. Traces of the original wire is still present on the handle as you can see. It still retains a small amount of the original rayskin grip that has a ancient gray color. This sword looks like it has spent 100 years in a cabin or barn. It displays very well.


Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
$395.00 USD

Order Information
Terms of Sale
Payment Information
Authenticity
Shipping Information