A lot of three U.S. Model 1860 staff & field officer's swords
All post-Civil War and comprising: 1) Example by Oak Hall Clothing of Boston, Mass., the blade etched with conventional motifs; hilt without folding shell, the knucklebow of variant form molded with stand of arms; black painted grip bound with gilt wire; nickeled scabbard with frog mount.2) By Continental Clothing of Boston, undecorated blade, hilt and scabbard of standard pattern. 3) Example with etched blade by Greenwood, Atkinson & Armstrong of Detroit, Michigan, the hilt and scabbard of standard pattern.
Condition: 1) Blade with light spotting overall, hilt with traces of gilding, scabbard finish with staining and bubbling. 2) Blade with minor spotting, hilt with dark patina, grip missing some leather, scabbard with light frosting and some pinpoint spotting. 3) Fine blade, hilt with slight traces of gilding, scabbard with minor spotting.