US Edged Weapons

Model 1906 Patton Cavalry sword

182USEW1 - This unissued sword features a large basket knuckle guard. The grip is hard rubber. The blade is stamped US CAV 23321 On the reverse S A 1914. The blade is 32 inches in length and free of rust and pitting. The scabbard is canvas over wood and in excellent condtion. The drag at the end of the scabbard is secured with three rivets. An excellent period example of the sword designed by George Patton for U S Army cavalry troops. $650.  More Photos

Army miniature daggerby CARL JULIUS KREBS

1711usew3 - Model 1917 U.S. Army issue trench fighting knife made by A.C.CO the American Cutlery Company. This fighting knife was designed specifically for close quarters trench warfare. The knuckle guard incorporated spike studs intended for striking the enemy with the greatest effect. The pommel cap likewise incorporated such a stud. The underside of the lower crossguard that extends to the knuckle guard is stamped A.C. CO. U.S.A. 1917. The three-sided blade is anodized. The wood grip is perfect as being unissued. The olive drab leather scabbard is stamped JEWELL 1918. The leather is in mint unissued condition. The upper scabbard steel fitting has a swivel attachment to affix to the belt. The lower scabbard fitting is darkened leather attached with two studs. $375..  More Photos

Army miniature daggerby CARL JULIUS KREBS

1711usew1 - - Model 1917 U.S. Army issue trench fighting knife made by U.S. L.F.&G. This fighting knife was designed specifically for close quarters trench warfare. The knuckle guard incorporated spike studs intended for striking the enemy with the greatest effect. The pommel cap likewise incorporated such a stud. The underside of the lower crossguard that extends to the knuckle guard is stamped U.S. L.F.& G. 1917. The three-sided blade is anodized. The wood grip is perfect as being unissued. The olive drab leather scabbard is stamped JEWELL 1918. The leather is in mint unissued condition. The upper scabbard steel fitting has a swivel attachment to affix to the belt. The lower scabbard fitting is darkened leather attached with two studs. $450.  More Photos

Army miniature daggerby CARL JULIUS KREBS

1711usew2 - Model 1917 U.S. Army issue trench fighting knife made by L.F.& G. This fighting knife was designed specifically for close quarters trench warfare. The knuckle guard incorporated spike studs intended for striking the enemy with the greatest effect. The pommel cap likewise incorporated such a stud. The underside of the lower crossguard that extends to the knuckle guard is stamped U.S. L.F.&G. 1917. The three-sided blade is anodized. The wood grip is perfect as being unissued. The olive drab leather scabbard is stamped JEWELL 1918. The leather is in mint unissued condition. The upper scabbard steel fitting has a swivel attachment to affix to the belt. The lower scabbard fitting is darkened leather attached with two studs. $450.  More Photos

World War II U.S. Marine Corps K-Bar fighting knife

159USEW1 - World War II U.S. Marine Corps K-Bar fighting knife. Marked K-BAR, USMC. Excellent condition with unmarked original leather sheath. - $350. More Photos

World War I U.S. Army  1910 dated U.S. Army Ordinance stamped bayonet with canvas scabbard

159USEW2 - World War I U.S. Army 1910 dated U.S. Army Ordinance stamped bayonet with canvas scabbard.$475. More Photos

1943 dated U.S. Army bayonet

159USEW3 - 1943 dated U.S. Army bayonet. - $450. More Photos

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