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Swords Used by the Artillery Branch of Service
Artillery
Early Pattern Ames Pattern Mounted Artillery Saber in Scabbard
Item #: A4037
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Here is a lot of sword for the price. This is the enlisted mounted artillery saber that was used by artillerymen before and during the Civil War. This is the model 1840 artillery saber. This is the early pattern that was designed with the inset area where the scabbard meets the hand guard. You can no longer see the maker markings but it is an Ames product. Ames was located in Massachusetts and was the premiere edged weapons maker in the United States during the 1800's. It has the original hand guard and pommel cap intact with the dark tone all over. The handle of the sword is worn down to the wooden core and has an old tape covering added. The blade is full length with the barn style pitting all over. The sword is accompanied by the original scabbard. The scabbard is the correct early version that was made without a throat and uses an internal spring. The scabbard has the original mounts and rings intact as well as the original drag. This is a cool looking sword in scabbard that doesn't break the bank!

Shipping Weight: 20 lbs
$495.00 USD

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