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  • 1861 Civil War Union Officers Category PNG

    1861 Officers Cavalry Sword

    This 1861 Confederate officer’s sword is a historical artifact from the American Civil War (1861-1865). It bears the etching “CSA,” signifying its allegiance to the Confederate States of America, a symbol of the Southern states’ secession and fight for independence.

  • 1862 Civil War Union Officers Cavalry

    1862 Cavalry Officers Sword Union

    Beyond its functional and aesthetic qualities, this 1862 Union Cavalry Officers Sword serves as a tangible link to a pivotal moment in American history. The pommel, also of brass, balances the sword’s weight and adds a touch of elegance to the weapon.

  • 1863 Civil War Union Officers Cavalry Sabre 2

    1863 Officers Cavalry Sabre Union

    The Model 1860 sabre was a critical tool for Union cavalry officers, used in countless engagements during the Civil War. This weapon symbolizes the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought for the Union, making it a valuable artifact of American history.

  • 1897 Patteren Naval Officers Category PNG

    1897 Pattern Naval Officers Sword

    The 1897 Pattern Naval Officer’s Sword stands as a testament to the rich history and tradition of the Royal Navy. This iconic weapon served as the standard issue for officers from 1897 until the 1930s, symbolizing their authority and role within the prestigious naval force.

  • 1908 Light Horse Sword 2

    1908 Pattern Cavalry Light Horse Sword

    The 1908 Pattern Cavalry Sword, renowned for its use by the Australian Light Horse during World War I, was a weapon designed purely for thrusting in mounted combat.

  • 1912 Lee Enfield Gallipoli Mk III Gallipoli

    1912 Lee Enfield Mk III Gallipoli

    The Lee Enfield Mk III, a .303 caliber bolt-action rifle, stands as an iconic symbol of military history, particularly renowned for its service during World War I. Its legacy is deeply intertwined with the Gallipoli Campaign, a pivotal conflict that shaped the course of the war.