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Civil War-era U.S. Navy cutlass dated 1862 (Ames).

Currency:USD Category:Antiques / Firearms & Armory Start Price:400.00 USD Estimated At:500.00 - 750.00 USD
Civil War-era U.S. Navy cutlass dated 1862 (Ames).
SOLD
400.00USDto L****************** + (60.00) buyer's premium. + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2010 Apr 09 @ 18:51UTC-4 : AST/EDT
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Civil War-era U.S. Navy cutlass dated 1862 (Ames). 2 lb 4 oz, 31-1/2" long. A popular model, made starting in 1860 and used as late as World War II, with sturdy, single-edged, slightly curved blade, wooden grip covered with leather and bound with brass wire, brass pommel and cup-like shell guard. The blade on this example is marked on the ricasso with the manufacturer on one side (Ames) and USN / DR / 1862 on the other side (the DR standing for inspector Daniel Reynolds). Excellent condition and intact, no nicks or cuts or rust on the blade, just missing its original black-leather scabbard.