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  1. I have heard of Thurkle. Thanks for the info.

    I have heard of Thurkle. Thanks for the info.
  2. Thank you for that information. I whipped out the...

    Thank you for that information. I whipped out the Canon 350 took a picture of the disk. Is this any help?
  3. Do not know any previous history. When was it...

    Do not know any previous history. When was it made and who made it? Does it have a model specification? Is there collector demand?
  4. I have a couple of the Boston A&HAC 1902 swords...

    I have a couple of the Boston A&HAC 1902 swords and and the the Ames brass hilt sabers, but nothing as cool as this.
  5. Advise on recent purchase of Honourable Artillery sword.

    Did you know that there are two ways to spell "Honorable" or Honourable"? The Honourable Artillery Company uses the 'u' but spelled either way the search engine was not very helpful. The American...
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    Marine Officers swords with Eickhorn Trademark.

    It is post WWII. I have seen that trademark on other post Navy and Marine swords. I have, around here, a Marine/theatrical sword. I will post when I find.
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    Let's boil this down. The "red sword" is Odd...

    Let's boil this down. The "red sword" is Odd Fellows and was mounted up by M C Lilley, Columbus, OH. The "1860" sword is a low end Ames Sword Co. no. 500 with a cast brass grip. Both are ca 1900....
  8. Mid 19th Century Knights Templar sword that is of personal interest.

    Pre ACW Ames Mfg Co. Templar sword
    I just got this one and for reason that will be clear later I will add it to the collection even though I avoid lodge swords. It is big and heavy and very much a...
  9. Pre ACW Ames Mfg Co. Templar sword teaser.

    I just got this one and for reason that will be clear later I will add it to the collection even though I avoid lodge swords. It is big and heavy and very much a weapon, however the point has been...
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    If the ricasso is marked "Made in USA" it was...

    If the ricasso is marked "Made in USA" it was made by Lilley-Ames. The blade etching is the M.C. Lilley pattern. L-A used it mostly,but the Ames type II and the Eickhorn show up now and then. Meyer...
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    I think is Ames Sword Co. for theatrical use.

    I think is Ames Sword Co. for theatrical use.
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    The scabbard is Knights of St John.

    The scabbard is Knights of St John.
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    Hello Vladimir, There is a lot about the M1902...

    Hello Vladimir, There is a lot about the M1902 here,; it is not in any type of order so you will have to wade through it....
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    Bazelon says Work bros. was a Chicago clothing...

    Bazelon says Work bros. was a Chicago clothing supplier dating 1880's to mid 1900s. A nice Private label, likely made by Ames.
  15. When a weapon is dated to the US revolution, it...

    When a weapon is dated to the US revolution, it as a stink about it. I consider them damaged.
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    Here are a couple of other examples of light...

    Here are a couple of other examples of light weight sabers with 02 hilts. Ames and Lilley would create any combination of parts the customer could desire. here are a couple of others. They also...
  17. This period tin type has two senior militia NCOs...

    This period tin type has two senior militia NCOs with Ames, catalog no.500 swords and eagle belt plates. Ca. 1870-80's.
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    This period tin type has two senior militia NCOs...

    This period tin type has two senior militia NCOs with Ames, catalog no.500 swords and eagle belt plates. Ca. 1870-80's.
  19. Do not forget this thread....

    Do not forget this thread. http://www.swordforum.com/forums/showthread.php?107728-The-last-USMC-NCO-sword&highlight=USMC+nco
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    It was made by Ames. Joy, you may not ask about a...

    It was made by Ames. Joy, you may not ask about a sword when you have it listed on eBay.
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    This will contribute to the confusion....

    This will contribute to the confusion. http://www.swordforum.com/forums/showthread.php?107728-The-last-USMC-NCO-sword&highlight=marine+NCO
  22. I have come across an example of the no. 680. It...

    I have come across an example of the no. 680. It is an Italian officers saber marked F. Horster, Solingen. The owner has convinced himself that it is American Civil War and has considerable value. I...
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    Probably a Chinese copy of this Russian sword

    Probably a Chinese copy of this Russian sword
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    I agree. The higher ranking officers must have...

    I agree. The higher ranking officers must have wanted to wear them also. To bad there is no one alive to ask. My father was a WWII Navy pilot, but probably, to him, the sword was a nuance. I was...
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    In the 70's, Most of these were sent to "third"...

    In the 70's, Most of these were sent to "third" word countries. In the US they were used by convict labor. The aluminum snaths balanced differently and were not popular with those who learned with...
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