Civil War U.S 1860 Naval Cutlass Sword Reproduction
Civil War U.S 1860 Naval Cutlass Sword Reproduction

Civil War U.S 1860 Naval Cutlass Sword Reproduction

Civil War U.S 1860 Naval Cutlass Sword Reproduction

$33.95
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4I3-S-1067
The Cutlass was adopted by the Navy in 1860 it was designed after the French M1833.  This reproduction is constructed of carbon steel with a brass basket style hand guard. The first Naval 1860 Cutlass was reproduced by the Ames Company. This cutlass has a sweeping upturned blade (called a falchion), a single fuller (a fuller is the long groove found on some sword blades, it is there for balance and not as some think for exiting blood). Included is a wooden scabbard wrapped in leather with brass accents.  This style of sword was very popular during the Civil War.  

Specifications:
  • Overall Length: 35.5 Inches
  • Carbon Steel Blade
  • Blade Length: 25.75 Inches
  • Brass Fittings
  • Free Scabbard
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