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A really nice example of the U.S. Model 1840 Artillery Saber. The unpolished brass hilt has inspector marks "D.R." and a number "3". The 32 inch blade is unsharpened and unpolished. It has some minor staining but is otherwise bright and has no "dings".  The blade is marked at the hilt "1863" and also with the inspectors marks "D.R." It is believed to be Ames manufacture but the markings are very light and no longer legible. The leather wrap on...

A really nice example of the U.S. Model 1840 Artillery Saber. The unpolished brass hilt has inspector marks "D.R." and a number "3". The 32 inch blade is unsharpened and unpolished. It has some minor staining but is otherwise bright and has no "dings". The blade is marked at the hilt "1863" and also with the inspectors marks "D.R." It is believed to be Ames manufacture but the markings are very light and no longer legible. The leather wrap on...

Military & Patriotic, U.S. Model 1841 Field Gun by Ames, dated 1847, with original No. 1Field Carriage.... (Total: 5 Items)

Military & Patriotic, U.S. Model 1841 Field Gun by Ames, dated 1847, with original No. 1Field Carriage.... (Total: 5 Items)

ORIGINAL AMES MODEL1832 ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

ORIGINAL AMES MODEL1832 ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD

A very Rare Ames manufactured Heavy 12-pounder Field Howitzer used by Confederate Forces, and captured from them in 1863. Both the Union and the Confederate Army used these Big Guns during the Civil War.

A very Rare Ames manufactured Heavy 12-pounder Field Howitzer used by Confederate Forces, and captured from them in 1863. Both the Union and the Confederate Army used these Big Guns during the Civil War.

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