Reproduction 1860 Navy Cutlass
The Cutlass was adopted by the Navy in 1860, it was designed after the French M1833 cutlass.
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.
Its leather wrapped handle fits the hand perfectly and sports decorative brass accents and a shiny brass pommel.
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.
Overall: Approximately 36"
Blade measures: Approximately 26"
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