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Swords Used by the Cavalry Branch of Service
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
Wonderful Relic Condition 1807 William Rose Pattern Cavalry Saber
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Here is a scarce piece of early US cavalry history. This is a cool looking relic condition example of the scarce 1807 pattern cavalry saber by William Rose pf Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is one of only 2,000 known to have been ordered by the US government (exact number delivered is unknown). The carved walnut grip is still about 2/3rds present. You can see the ridges were the leather cover was eons ago. The Rose pattern cavalry saber closely copied the Starr contract sword of 1798 which was the first sword made under contract to the new American government following the Revolutionary War. This one has the full-length 33 inch blade. It has the small single fuller along the top of each side of the blade. The blade as well as the metal of the handguard have a cool looking ancient barn like crust to the iron. It has the single branch iron hand guard with the iron backstrap that is integral with the pommel cap. This is a very tough to find early American cavalry saber and the first one I have ever seen in relic condition.

Item #: B3409
Shipping Weight: 20 lbs
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