Civil War Swords and Sabers
During the American Civil War, the Confederate and Union armies used rifles and muskets as one of their main weapons for combat. At times, however, close quarters forced the armies to resort to fighting with Civil War swords and Civil War sabers. Medieval Collectables has both decorative and functional Civil War blades for re-enactors, theater performers, and collectors to enjoy. These Civil War replica swords are made of high quality materials and feature realistic detailing, modeled on the actual military swords used during the American Civil War from 1860 to 1865. These re-enactor swords and historical sabers are great for Civil War collectors and buffs to showcase when they are not in use. Our Confederate army swords and Union soldier swords include striking military blades like cavalry swords, the Patton sword, the Trooper sword, and various officer sabers.
The Civil War Confederate N.C.O. Sword was made by several sword-making companies in the South during the course of the war. The design generally followed the official Union pattern of 1840, which in turn was based on a French design.
The U.S. 1860 Cavalry Sabre (SNA2), the standard issue for Union cavalry, has a fullered blade, leather spiral bound grip and a steel scabbard. This replica blade is an excellent value weapon for collectors to enjoy.
This fine reproduction saber is a faithful copy of ones used. The hand forged blade is British military spec steel that will flex over 20 inches and return to true. The leather handle is wire wrapped for an authentic look and feel.
Authentic, hand made replica has flexible, ornate blade and leather grip wrapped with brass wire. Of all the Confederate swords and sabers, this was the one used most. The scabbard has brass furniture, ring mounts, and drag.
The U.S. Foot Officer sword features an elaborately etched carbon steel blade, including the U.S. insignia. The leather grip is spiral wire bound and foliate designs are cast into the hand guard. The steel scabbard has brass fittings.
Civil War swords were more effective during the early years of the war. As modern weapons such as breech-loaders, repeating rifles, and machine guns were introduced, swords became less effective and could only be used in close battle.
This is an authentic, hand made replica that is hand forged and fully tempered of 1095 high carbon steel. Original handle and sheath materials ensure that this Confederate sabre performs exactly as the originals did.
The U.S. Foot Officers Sword (SNA18) features an elaborately etched carbon steel blade, including the U.S. insignia. The leather grip is spiral wire bound and foliate designs are cast into the handguard.
This is an authentic, hand made replica that is hand forged and fully tempered of 1095 high carbon steel. It is coupled with original handle and sheath materials to ensure it performs exactly as the originals did.
The original versions of this Confederate Troopers Sword (SNS134) were made by a number of Southern manufacturers. This economical sword carries the C.S.A. emblem on the ricasso.
The Confederate Cavalry Officer Sword (SNA15) replicates the model carried by Confederate General Joseph Shelby. The initials CS are cast into the handguard, with C.S.A. etched into the tempered carbon steel blade.
The Confederate Civil War Foot Officer Sword is ornately detailed, has a brass guard marked CS and a slightly curved plain blade, and comes complete with brass mounted steel scabbard. It was designed to be used in close battles.
This reproduction saber is a faithful copy of ones used. The hand forged blade is military spec steel that will flex over 20 inches and return to true. The brass, 3-branch guard is hand chased and engraved, as is the brass pommel.
The Civil War Trooper Sword (SNA17) is typical of swords issued to troops on both sides of the conflict. This economy sword features a fullered carbon steel blade, wooden grip with a spiral wire wrap, and a steel scabbard.
At the outbreak of the American Civil War, there were two types of sabers issued to the Federal Cavalry - light and heavy. The light version was popular, but the heavy model, dubbed the Old Wrist Breaker was the one worth owning.
On Sale For: $320.00
This fine saber has a 1065 high carbon steel blade with full tang and is well tempered. This historically accurate saber was known as the Wrist Breaker. The model 1840 Cavalry Saber has a three branch brass guard and wire wrapped grip.
By the time the United States was embroiled in its own civil war, the saber was nearly an outmoded weapon. Firearms were overtaking melee weapons, but the saber was still an officers weapon, as shown by the C.S.A. Officer Saber.
This saber has a 1065 high carbon steel blade with full tang and is well tempered. The grip is black leather and twisted brass wire. An authentic replica of the highest caliber, this is a chance to own a piece of US military history.
Civil War enthusiasts and collectors can now acquire a remarkable item for their home display. The Robert E. Lee Rifle Sword merges two weapons in its appearance, fitting a long blade within a rifle barrel-shaped sheath.
On Sale For: $53.91
Not all officers preferred to carry full-length swords, and not all situations allowed for them either. For those who had other preferences and needs, alternatives were available, including arms like this Small CSA Cavalry Sword.
On Sale For: $17.91