Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard
Possibly Jeremiah Snow, (1735 to 1803) Springfield, Massachusetts
Brass urn pommel, pierced "slot" guard, wire wrapped cherry grip, triple fuller - SOLD

Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, scabbard view 1

Snow's sabers feature a distinctive brass stirrup hilt and wooden grip, generally turned of cherry and displaying a diagonal forward slanting incised ring pattern accommodating the twisted brass wire wrap. The blade remains in very good condition and displays a mottled smoky gray color; scabbard remains quite supple and retains brass tip protector (drag) and throat. (Overall L: 38", blade L: 32")

570-524


Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, entire view 1
Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, scabbard view 2
Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, entire view 2
Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, hilt 1
Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, hilt 2
Saber, American Revolutionary Era Sword, Original Scabbard, detail


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