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Swords Used by the Artillery Branch of Service
Wonderful Mounted Artillery Officer's By S.B. Pond of New York
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This is a wonderful looking sword that would from 1820 until about 1840. This is a high grade private purchased artillery sword. This is a splendid, early American mounted sword showing a dark patina throughout the scabbard and hilt. It has the finely carved 1-piece bone grip. One of the interesting points of this sword is the single branch brass knuckle bow which is twisted in design. Twisted knuckle bow is a design seldom seen on swords because of the degree of skill it took to make them. The langet of the hand guard has the single, five pointed star on both sides which is often associated with Texas or Maine. The scabbard has a wonderful engraving in the areas around the suspension rings and the drag. Displayed on the center of the scabbard is a finely engraved American eagle standing on a shield. The blade has remnants of blue and gold panel showing a panoply of arms and the retailer S.B. POND AND CO. Sylvanus B. Pond is listed in Albany and New York City as early as 1820. This sword is 36-1/2 inches in overall size and features a large, wide and curved 31 1/2-inch blade for mounted use. This is truly a remarkable example of a Mexican War Era Mounted Artillery Officer's Sword.

Item #: B7365
Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
Your Price:$1,995.00 USD
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