Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword


Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword with original scabbard.  This Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword very well could have done two tours of duty.  Could have fought Rebels for a while and then out West to do battle with the Native Americans.  This Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword has amazing wear on the scabbard mount.  This Bad Boy was no doubt carried for a long time on the trail.

This Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword has an touched patina.  The leather and wire are original and still reporting for duty.  The blade is full length and period razor sharp.  That makes me think it went out West to fight the Native Americans.  Many of the men that went West were battle hardened and mean.  I could see one of them wanting to inflict maximum damage raiding a Native American Village at Daylight.

This Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword has plenty of rack numbers on the hilt.  The sword is tight and no wobble.  The scabbard has not even been wiped off.  Could use a little oil to brighten up and look a little better.  This bad boy is fresh to the civil war relics market.

This Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword is Rebel Relics Priced.  The two American War possibility does add some sizzle to this sword.  The wear on the scabbard mount sure lets us know that this Civil War Relics 1865 Ames Sword was there.  Wherever there was it was darn sure there.  The razor sharp blade makes me think there was the fire of battle.

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