This foot officer's sword was manufactured by Ames. Family legend states that the sword originally belonged to John Hunt Morgan and was taken when he was killed. The sword most likely belonged to a captain and not Morgan. It's a decorative sword;...
Model 1840 NCO's sword. Manufactured by Collins & Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Collins and Company, started in 1826, was still in operation during World War II. The company was located in Collinsville, Connecticut.
Model 1860 staff and field officers' sword and scabbard, marked on Riccassa "BENT & BUSH/ BOSTON, MASS." Sword has engraved blade, nice patination on guard and hilt, and the knuckle bow is slightly detached at pommel.
Colt model 1862 police revolver with a half rebated cylinder. It is a 5 shot .36 caliber. Its serial number is 20067. It was reported to have been used during the Civil War. The revolver belonged to Capt. William Armstead Marshall, CSA.