US Civil War Model 1850 Non-Regulation Officers Sword made by W. Clauberg Solingen.

Non-Regulation Civil War Officer’s Sword – Clauberg Solingen Etched Frosted Gilt Blade

A fine non-regulation Civil War officer’s sword | US Model 1850 | c. 1861 | Made by Clauberg Solingen | The ricasso is marked “W. Clauberg Solingen” and on the reverse side it has the “Proved” disc and marked “Iron Proof” on spine | Features a beautiful etched, frosted, and gilt blade with US,  an Eagle and Foilage (Peterson type 75) | The Brass hilt has an eagle in the brass guard over “US” and under a banner displaying “E Pluribus Unem” | Has an original tight rayskin and twisted wire grip | Has original steel scabbard with two carrying rings

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  • A fine non-regulation Civil War officer’s sword | US Model 1850 | c. 1861 | Made by Clauberg Solingen | The ricasso is marked “W. Clauberg Solingen” and on the reverse side it has the “Proved” disc and marked “Iron Proof” on spine | Features a beautiful etched, frosted, and gilt blade with “US”,  an Eagle and Foliage (Peterson type 75) | The Brass hilt has an eagle in the brass guard over “US” and under a banner displaying “E Pluribus Unem” | Has an original tight rayskin and twisted wire grip | Has original steel scabbard with two carrying rings | Approx. dimensions: Length of the blade is 32.5″, length of the sword is 37″, and overall length in the scabbard is 38 5/8″ | All parts appear original and intact – In very good condition.

     

  • Weight

    10lb.

    Height

    5"

    Width

    39"

    Depth

    5"

    Artist / Maker

    W. Clauberg Solingen

    Kind

    Collectibles, Militaria, Weapons

    Other

    Makers Mark, Scabbard

    Subject

    American Civil War, Americana, Battle Scene, Historical, Military, War, Weapon