Naval Practice Sword, Single Stick [Waster] Possibly USN, Embossed: WARREN
After a M1860 cutlass
Date/Period: 1860-1890


Naval Practice Sword, Single Stick [Waster] Possibly USN, Embossed: WARREN After a M1860 cutlas, entire view 1

Measurement: Overall length: 42"; hilt: 6.5"

Material: Oak and iron

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Professionally made of oak, hand hewn and fashioned into a
cutlass style blade with sheet iron guard. Single stick training was customary for all
enlisted sailors during the Civil and Spanish American wars. The USS Constitution
Museum has within its collection a nearly identical stick. See Boarders Away by William
Gilkerson.

$685.00

1334-20


Naval Practice Sword, Single Stick [Waster] Possibly USN, Embossed: WARREN After a M1860 cutlas, entire view 2

Naval Practice Sword, Single Stick [Waster] Possibly USN, Embossed: WARREN After a M1860 cutlas, hilt

Naval Practice Sword, Single Stick [Waster] Possibly USN, Embossed: WARREN After a M1860 cutlas, detail



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