Revolutionary War JAMES POTTER Horseman’s Sabre #237

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Revolutionary War JAMES POTTER Horseman’s Sabre #237

Revolutionary War JAMES POTTER Horseman’s Sabre of over 41 inches long overall…No sheath (only 3 known have a sheath)…If you know swords, you know what a “Potter” is, this is one!

“This pattern of light dragoon saber is the most famous, and collectible, of all Revolutionary War enlisted swords. Copied from British light horse examples, it was produced in the Maiden Lane workshops of New York cutler James Potter and is the only maker-marked, American-made saber of standard pattern with indisputable, documented usage by both sides during the War for Independence” James Kochen

 The sword is in very fine condition retaining its original wire grip wrap and an old thin layer of black painted finish applied several generations ago by a member of the family whose ancestor carried it in the war…Easily cleaned, but I’ll leave it untouched as found…Unconditionally guaranteed original in all respects.

Link to a great article on these swords: http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@15/75/title-desc;jsessionid=FFF1D344F8BE40E69CB719BD51AD122E?t:state:flow=fb4e531b-8831-4038-bb93-5b29561593bd

I will consider partial trades for rare U.S. Airborne artifacts, U.S. Medals groupings, Vietnam era Rolex GMT Master, Submariner, Cosmograph, Daytona, Explorer, Sea Dweller and Tudor Submariner and Chronograph watches, especially one owner watches with Box and Papers and solid provenance!

(Revolutionary War JAMES POTTER Horseman’s Sabre)

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Revolutionary War JAMES POTTER Horseman’s Sabre of over 41 inches long overall…No sheath (only 3 known have a sheath)…If you know swords, you know what a “Potter” is, this is one!

“This pattern of light dragoon saber is the most famous, and collectible, of all Revolutionary War enlisted swords. Copied from British light horse examples, it was produced in the Maiden Lane workshops of New York cutler James Potter and is the only maker-marked, American-made saber of standard pattern with indisputable, documented usage by both sides during the War for Independence” James Kochen

 The sword is in very fine condition retaining its original wire grip wrap and an old thin layer of black painted finish applied several generations ago by a member of the family whose ancestor carried it in the war…Easily cleaned, but I’ll leave it untouched as found…Unconditionally guaranteed original in all respects.

Link to a great article on these swords: http://emuseum.history.org/view/objects/asitem/classification@15/75/title-desc;jsessionid=FFF1D344F8BE40E69CB719BD51AD122E?t:state:flow=fb4e531b-8831-4038-bb93-5b29561593bd

I will consider partial trades for rare U.S. Airborne artifacts, U.S. Medals groupings, Vietnam era Rolex GMT Master, Submariner, Cosmograph, Daytona, Explorer, Sea Dweller and Tudor Submariner and Chronograph watches, especially one owner watches with Box and Papers and solid provenance!

(Revolutionary War JAMES POTTER Horseman’s Sabre)