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Model 1818 Starr Cavalry Saber

“On December 28, 1818 the U.S. Ordnance Department signed a contract with Nathan Starr for the delivery of 10,000 Cavalry Sabers. Since there was no cavalry in the Regular Army at that time these sabers were all intended for arming the militia of the various states. These swords were completed and delivered between 1820 and 1822. These swords differ from the earlier 1812 contract in that they are not as massive and have a distinct fuller. The blade ends in a clipped point. The knuckle bow has a slot for a sword knot as does the Model 1812 swords. The wooden grip was covered with leather and a substantial amount remains on this example. The blade is stamped near the hilt: U.S./ P (for proved)/ L.S. (Luther Sage, Inspector)/ N. Starr (manufacturer). This sword is equipped with it’s iron scabbard with two rings. Many of these swords, both the Model 1812 and the 1818 models were carried by soldiers of both sides in the Civil War as period photographs show.

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