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Below are some of the official sword patterns adopted by America (For more official and non official American swords visit www.OldSwords.com)....

Arm Model Description Images
Infantry 1840 Carried by Non-commissioned Officers.
36 1/2 Inches overall, blade 32 inches by 7/8 inches wide at the hilt.
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Infantry 1850 Carried by Staff and field Officers
Blade is 30-32 inches by 1 1/4 inches wide at the hilt.
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Infantry 1860 Carried by Staff and field Officers
Blade is 28 inches by 5/8th inches wide at the hilt.
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Cavalry 1833 Carried by Troopers.
Blade is 33 3/4 inches by 1 1/8th inches wide at the hilt.
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Cavalry 1840 Carried by Troopers.
Blade is 35 3/4 inches by 1 1/4 inches wide at the hilt.
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Cavalry 1860 Carried by Troopers.
34 5/8 inches by 1 inch wide at the hilt.
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Cavalry 1872 Carried by Officers
Blade is 32 1/4 inches by 3/4 inch wide at the hilt.
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Cavalry 1902 Carried by all Officers
29 3/4 inches by 7/8 inches wide at the hilt.
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Cavalry 1906 Carried by Troopers.
Same blade as the 1860 pattern but with an all steel hilt.
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Cavalry 1913 Carried by Troopers.
35 inches by 1 1/8 inches wide at the hilt.
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Artillery 1832 Carried by Enisted Men
19 inches by 1 3/8 inches wide at the hilt.
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Artillery 1840 Carried by Troopers.
32 inches by 1 1/4 inches wide at the hilt.
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Musician 1840 Carried by enlisted men. The same as the 1840 Infantry sword except the removal of the double outer guard.
34 1/2 Inches overall, blade 28 inches by 3/4 inches wide at the hilt.
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To view many more official and non official American swords visit www.OldSwords.com.

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