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Swords Used by the Navy Branch of Service
Edged Weapons
Fierce Looking Commercial Version Model 1841 Naval Cutlass With Partial Scabbard
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I love the styling of this pattern of sword! This is the U.S. Model 1841 naval cutlass. They look like a gladiator sword with a wide hand guard. It has a full-length 20-3/4ths inch blade with a nice light gray tone gray color look all over. The guard and pommel has a wonderful golden patina all over with the fish scale design handle. On the blade side of the hand guard it has the number "18" stamped into the brass. The pommel cap has the eagle motif on each side. You often see this particular pattern sold as Confederate but is more likely that it is a commercially sold northern made naval Cutlass. This sword will occasionally show up with the retailer's marking from the famous Philadelphia firm of Horstmann. If it were Confederate it would be a couple thousand dollars higher in price. The cutlass is accompanied by some of the original scabbard. The scabbard has the top mount intact as well as two pieces of the leather body with the drag being lost to the ages. It displays beautifully as you can see and will definitely turn heads when it is in you relic room.

Item #: B9837
Shipping Weight: 7 lbs
Your Price:$1,095.00 USD
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