U.S. M1905 Presentation Sword

U.S. Model 1902 N.S. Meyer Spartan Etched Dress Sword

$425.00

This is a fantastic U.S. Model 1902 etched presentation sword | Intended to replace the Model 1872 Calvary “Officers” Saber, this new sword was to be carried by all Army officer’s, regardless of service branch | This Sword was manufactured by the highly respected N.S. Meyer in New York | The sword is marked with the hallmark “SPARTAN TRADEMARK N.S. MEYER WEST GERMANY” | The blade is also marked with the brass inlaid PROVED medallion | The etching on the blade is beautiful with floral sprays, stands of military trophies, and an eagle at midpoint, clutching a ribbon with the words “E PLURIBUS UNUM”. The other side of the blade is the same except that the eagle is replaced with the “U.S.” initials in gothic script. This sword also features more floral pattern etched along the spine of the blade | This presentation sword has a nickel-plated hilt with a black finger molded bakelite grip and a four-branch decorated up-tilted D-guard also nickel plated | Includes the original nickel plated scabbard / sheath

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  • This is a fantastic U.S. Model 1902 etched presentation sword | Intended to replace the Model 1872 Calvary “Officers” Saber, this new sword was to be carried by all Army officer’s, regardless of service branch | This Sword was manufactured by the highly respected N.S. Meyer in New York | The sword is marked with the hallmark “SPARTAN TRADEMARK N.S. MEYER WEST GERMANY” | The blade is also marked with the brass inlaid PROVED medallion | The etching on the blade is beautiful with floral sprays, stands of military trophies, and an eagle at midpoint, clutching a ribbon with the words “E PLURIBUS UNUM”. The other side of the blade is the same except that the eagle is replaced with the “U.S.” initials in gothic script. This sword also features more floral pattern etched along the spine of the blade | This presentation sword has a nickel-plated hilt with a black finger molded bakelite grip and a four-branch decorated up-tilted D-guard also nickel plated | Includes the original nickel plated scabbard / sheath | Very fine example of this sword | Shows well in very good condition with a bright blade and very fine engraving / etching | Approx. Dimensions: Blade length 29″; Sword length 33.5″; Sheath and sword 34.5″ in length.

  • Weight

    5lb.

    Height

    4"

    Width

    34.5"

    Depth

    3"

    Artist / Maker

    N.S. Meyer

    Kind

    Collectibles, Militaria, Weapons

    Other

    Makers Mark, Scabbard

    Subject

    Military, Weapon